Ray High School releases third quarter honor rolls

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Ray High School has released the honor roll for the third nine week grading period in the 2012-13 academic year.

The 3.5 GPA honor students include:

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

Sophomores – *Jacob Baca, Luke Byrd, *Sidney Chenoweth, Taylor Day-McGrane, Seth Harmon, Elena Huerta, Ramon Marinez, *Sabrina Martinez, *Alisa Molar, *Derek Pacheco, *Brittany Payton, Leah Wallace, *Alexander Willis and *Destry Yocum.

Juniors – *Grant Armendariz, Richard Bickley, Ryan Bickley, Dominic Bravo, *Amber Bryce, Jason Cruz, *Elias Cude, Mariah Denny, Yvette Dickey, Jordan Gilliam, Austin Herrick, Rosalia Marquez, Kayla McDowell, Natasha Peterson, Andrew Riley, Luisandra Sainz, Mikayla Seller and Rexxie Sosa.

Seniors – Ruth Bickley, *Altin Hing, *Josette Kimmel, Chris Misita, *Jesse Molar, Haleigh Osborn, Kymberly Terry, Jacob Wernett and *Harmony Wormwood.

Named to the 3.0 GPA were:

Freshmen – Taylor Ashby, Jeron Coleman, Kylie Cuellar, Sarah Duncklee, Billy Lutz and Ashley Ortiz.

Sophomores – Triston Gantt, Stephanie Lomeli, Hannah Mercer, Jacob Pace and Wyatt Phillips.

Juniors – Abbigale Calhoun, Katie Cuellar, Anthony Garcia, Breauna Hathaway, Nicholas Lara, Jesse Perez, Alicia Romero, Brett Smitch and Quentin Camacho.

Seniors – Shannon Cuellar, Angela Fuentes, Kara Gillaspy, Matthew Graham, Daniel Harmon, Annie Hinojos and Dakota Mabuce.

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