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March 27, 2014

Clinton High School honor roll

Clinton High School’s second trimester honor roll

Honors 3.0 – 3.499

Austin Anderson, Nicole Andresen, Alyxanderia Archer, Deanna Arioso, Austin Armstrong, Shalaya Austin, Brooke Bahnsen, Trevor Barry, Olivia Bechtel, Alexandra Bell, Lane Boisen, Austin Bouchard, Cara Brewer, Joseph Brewer, Stephanie Brown, Victoria Brown, Brennen Burgess, Anthony Cady, Jonathan Cady, Alexander Caldwell, Dustin Caldwell, Kaitlynn Chadwick, Jordan Chapman, Walker Chapman, Koby Cleary, Kelli Clement, Kayla Conley, Brittany Coppess, Shawn Coppess, Selena Cortez, Dylan Cottrell, Cheyanne Couvillion, Ezri Cox, Victoria Coyomani, Bailey Crigger, Samuel Cruthis, Lesli Cuatlacuatl-Marcos, Mitchell Dann, Rachael Dierksen, Bradley Dodd, Jayme Doescher, Marissa Doescher, Chase Dolmage, Roman Dombrowski, Austin Dondiego, Virginia Doty, Jahryah Drake, Brandon Eagan, Kyle Eagan, Brady Ernst, Trenton Eversoll, Jakob Faur, Helena Fisher, Tyrin Freels, Steven Fullerton, Breanna Garien, Hunter Genco, Ashleigh Gerber, Austin Gifford, Jessica Golan, Victoria Goldensoph, Ronald Graves, Irene Griffin, Jessica Grimes, Sabrina Grinnall, Madison Guthrie, Ethan Haan, Andrew Hager, Jacob Hamstra, Diante Harris, Mia Harris, Theodore Harris, Nicholas Heimbaugh, Travis Hensel, Eric Hensley, Tequila Herman, Corrina Herrmann, Aleena Higuera, Kristen Higuera, Elizabeth Hill, Zachary Hjerpe, Dustin Hornberg, Jordan Horst, Justin Horst, Avery House, Taylor Housenga, Derrick Howard, Tristen Hughes, Lexis Huizenga, Natalee Hull, Evan Jackson, Jazmin James, Alexiah Jungen, Joshua Kane, Jordan Keller, Tyler Keller, Anthony Kelly, Trey Kenney, Brennan Kissack, Garrett Knutsen, Jessica Koranda, Michael Kremer, Adam Kruse, Madison Kruse, Maya Kruse, Naomi Kruse, Jamie Kuhse, Steven Kuster, Phillip LaCroix, Scott Lamb, Jacob Lauritzen, Isaiah Leprevost-Bailey, Timothy Lindquist, Mandi Lopez, Hope Luce, David Ludemann, Jacob Luett, Eric Maddasion, Aubrey Main, Tobias Marburger, Abigail Matamoros, Katelyn McCutcheon, Allison McQuistion, Kendra McQuistion, Christopher Meunier, Jaden Mixon, Megan Mojeiko, Jonathan Napolitano, Jordan Nelson, Maria Nichols, Darian Nielsen, Samantha Nielsen, Isaac Otto, Destiny Paulsen, Steven Paulsen, Mariyah Pearson, Mary Pendley, Carlos Perez Lizan, Carlie Perry, Brenna Peska, Austin Peters, Nicolas Petersen, Preston Petersen, Martina Prins, Kayleigh Raab, Stone Raaymakers, Taylor Randall, James Rausenberger, Jordan Ready, Marquis Robinson, Shampayne Robinson, Kelly Roox, Joseph Rose, Jaci Saiter, Janah Sampson, Evan Sander, Ethan Schultz, Jalin Scott, Paula Seden, Sierra Seidell, Daniel Shaw, Tallin Shelley, Brooke Shontos, Shannon Shovlain, Dylan Simons, Donivan Sirna, Katherine Smith, Abagail Soesbe, Cody Sorrell, Zachary Spittler, Jamie Spitzer, Morganne Stansbarger, Daniel Stewart, Garrett Stumbaugh, Abigail Sullivan, Michael Sullivan, Brett Tornow, Malika Usmanova, Kassidy VanHorn, Paige VanKampen, Ashley Vasquez, Tiffany Vesey, Jordan Voss, Cameron Weaver, Tonita Webster, Hannah West, Christopher Whitehead, Kurtis Williams, Brett Wilson, Brigita Wilson, Kyle Wilson, Alicia Winkler, Nicholas Wolfe

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