Ray High School releases honor rolls

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Ray High School has released the Honor Rolls for the second quarter and first semester grading period for the 2012-2013 grading period.

Second quarter 3.5 students included:

Freshmen – Napeese Avechuco, Ainsley Bull, Jeron Coleman, *Stormee Galka, *Savannah Hunt and *Gabrielle Juvera.

Sophomores – *Jacob Baca, Luke Byrd, *Sidney Chenoweth, Seth Harmon, *Sabrina Martinez, Hannah Mercer, *Alisa Molar, Jacob Pace, *Derek Pacheco, Wyatt Phillips, *Alex Willis and *Destry Yocum.

Juniors – *Grant Armendariz, Richard Bickley, Ryan Bickley, Abbigale Calhoun, Jason Cruz, Eli Cude, Mariah Denny, *Yvette Dickey, Nicholas Lara, Kayla McDowell, Netasha Peterson, Luisandra Sainz, Brett Smitch and Rexxie Sosa.

Seniors – Matthew Graham, *Altin Hing, Annie Hinojos, *Josette Kimmel, Christopher Misita, *Jesse Molar, Haleigh Osborn, *Maranda Pettey, *Christian Rios, Jacob Wernett and *Harmony Wormwood.

Named to the 3.0 honor roll were

Freshmen – Ashlie Bryce, Kylie Cuellar, Sarah Duncklee, Jared Garcia, Austin Huffman, Billie Lutz and Ashley Ortiz.

Sophomores – Kolton Bray, Taylor Day-McGrane, Triston Gantt, Dakota Hale, Elena Huerta, Stephanie Lomeli, Ramon Marinez, Cheyanne Rodriguez, Amber Romero, Leah Wallace, Roy White and Cami Winsor.

Juniors – Dominic Bravo, Amber Bryce, Cheyenne Dickey, Austin Everett, Anthony Garcia, Jordan Gilliam, Austin Herrick, Rosalia Marquez, Jesse Perez, Andrew Riley and Mykayla Seller.

Seniors – Ruth Bickley, James Byers, Alyssa Dao, Angela Fuentes, Kara Gillaspy, Daniel Harmon, Shaun Heathman, Ciera Huffman, Kyle McDowell, Jake Smith and Kymberly Terry.

Second semester 3.5 students included:

Freshmen – Napeese Avechuco, *Ainsley Bull, Jeron Coleman, Kylie Cuellar, *Stormee Galka, Austin Huffman,*Savannah Hunt and *Gabrielle Juvera.

Sophomores – *Jacob Baca, Kolton Bray, Luke Byrd, *Sidney Chenoweth, Seth Harmon, Ramon Marinez, *Sabrina Martinez, *Hannah Mercer, *Alisa Molar, Jacob Pace, *Derek Pacheco, *Alex Willis, Cami Winsor and *Destry Yocum.

Juniors – *Grant Armendariz, Richard Bickley, Ryan Bickley, Abbigale Calhoun, Jason Cruz, *Eli Cude, *Mariah Denny, *Yvette Dickey, Anthony Garcia, Rosalia Marquez, Kayla McDowell, Jesse Perez, Andrew Riley, Luisandra Sainz, Mikayla Seller, Brett Smitch, Rexxie Sosa and Samantha Zaragoza

Seniors – Alyssa Dao, Angela Fuentes, Kara Gillaspy, Matthew Graham, *Altin Hing, Annie Hinojos, Ciera Huffman, *Josette Kimmel, Christopher Misita, *Jesse Molar, *Haleigh Osborn, *Maranda Pettey, Christian Rios, Kymberly Terry, Jacob Wernett and *Harmony Wormwood.

Named to the 3.0 semester honor roll were:

Freshmen – Ashlie Bryce, Sarah Duncklee, and Ashley Ortiz.

Sophomores –Taylor Day-McGrane, Triston Gantt, Dakota Hale, Elena Huerta, Stephanie Lomeli, Wyatt Phillips, Armando Rodriguez, Cheyanne Rodriguez, Elissa Rodriguez, Amber Romero, Leah Wallace and Roy White.

Juniors – Dominic Bravo, Amber Bryce, Cheyenne Dickey, Austin Everett, Jordan Gilliam, Breauna Hathaway, Austin Herrick, Brandon King, Nick Lara, Adrianna Martinez, Netasha Peterson and Alicia Romero.

Seniors – Ruth Bickley, James Byers, Shannon Cuellar, Daniel Harmon, Shaun Heathman, Michelle Johnson, Kyle McDowell, and Jake Smith.

*denotes straight A’s

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