Sequim Middle School Honor Roll: Third term

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Sequim Middle School Honor Roll: Third term

Eighth grade

Jacob Adams, 3.14; Nikolas Andreyka, 3.28; Tristen Apley, 3.12; Jessica Asselin-Old Chief, 3.95; Brandon Barnett, 3.08; Chase Bedinger, 3.13; Anna Bell, 3.55; Audrianna Bennett, 3.95; Aidan Braaten, 4.00; Eleanor Byrne, 3.67; Kenzie Camp, 3.50; Mirella Chavarin, 3.63; Aleah Chen, 3.83; Erik Christiansen, 4.00; Chloe Clemons, 4.00; Nathan Clemons, 3.12; Lindsey Coffman, 4.00; Taylor Coleman, 3.95; Gavin Conway, 4.00; Anthony Cortani, 3.65; Douglas Crabb, 3.72; Kate D’Amico, 3.73; Gursumer Deol, 3.90; Dallin Despain, 4.00; Madeline Dietzman, 4.00; Coral Disinski, 3.05; Cole Douglas, 3.45; Joseph Elias, 3.28; Noah Eveland, 3.33; Nicole Fearn, 3.02; Jace Francis-Wallace, 4.00; Julianna Frease, 3.20; Isabel Frutos, 3.88; Abby Garcia, 3.18; Jessica German, 4.00; Noe Gomez-Hernandez, 3.27; Joseph Grasser, 3.83; Baylee Green, 3.83; Emily Green, 3.55; Enya Griffin, 4.00; Caylie Hammond-Neske, 3.83; Olivia Hare, 4.00; McKenna Hastings, 4.00; JoNell Hill, 3.50; Brooke Hodges-Harvey, 3.80; Garret Hoesel, 3.38; Erik Holtrop, 3.86; Mitchell Horton, 3.55; Rylie Hough, 3.88; Natalya James, 3.90; Mya Janssen, 3.55; Michael Jensen Jr., 3.17; Paul Jesionowski, 3.35; Donovan Johnson, 3.12; Sidney Johnston, 3.20; Jayla Julmist, 3.28; Katarina King, 3.17; Noah King, 3.48; Kevin Klopfenstein, 3.83; Braden Koch, 3.83; Dustan Koch, 4.00; Zachary Koch, 3.60; Steven Lam, 3.67; Logan Laxson, 4.00; Silas Lewis, 3.38; Benjamin Lohrmann, 3.17; Gabriel Ludvik, 4.00; Mary McAleer, 3.22; Matthew McCrossen, 3.22; David Melcer, 3.78; Donald Meyer, 3.33; Hayli Miller, 3.48; Chloe Morton, 3.95; Catherine Najera, 3.00; Amy Nava-Figueroa, 3.60; Kaleb Needoba, 3.95; Truman Nestor, 3.90; Austin Newton, 3.43; Devyn Nordlie, 3.67; Delaney Nucci, 3.83; Dillon Nucci, 3.83; Trevin Oakes, 3.72; Frederick OLeary, 3.52; Elizabeth Petersen, 3.62; Hanu-Kai Pincikowski, 3.83; William Plasch, 3.78; Melissa Porter, 4.00; Ryan Porter, 4.00; Olivia Preston, 3.95; Hannah Reed, 3.38; Jaden Rego, 3.95; Maya Reiter, 3.88; Qi Ridle, 3.23; Kiana Robideau, 3.48; Amanda Rodriguez, 3.55; Jacob Rorebeck, 3.67; Kyle Rosengren, 3.67; Irina Roybal, 4.00; Chloe Sampson, 3.22; Amara Sayer, 3.28; Abigail Schroeder, 4.00; Emma Sharp, 3.83; Jaylynn Sierra, 3.50; Peter Silliman, 3.77; Katy Simons, 3.23; Skyeanna Steenberg-Henning, 3.55; Tarrah Stipe, 3.95; Madison Stockdale, 3.60; Chloe Taylor, 3.62; Yessi Torres, 3.22; Kathrine Tucker, 3.02; Seth Ueltzen, 3.50; Tatiana Vidals, 3.22; Oscar Walchenbach, 3.72; Hunter Walters, 3.77; Walker Ward, 3.28; Blake Welch, 3.15; Amanda Weller, 4.00; Kalli Wiker, 4.00; Taig Wiker, 3.77; Michael Young, 3.73; Aryona Zappey, 4.00.

Seventh grade

Zachary Allen, 3.05; Maria Asselin-Old Chief, 3.22; Kristina Baker, 3.83; Connor Bear, 3.95; Harrison Bell, 3.28; Noah Bencomo, 3.22; Andres Benitez, 3.67; Abigail Benjamin, 3.72; Kelsi Bergesen, 4.00; Petra Bernsten, 3.90; Raina Bohm, 3.00; Alyssa Bonheyo, 4.00; Zoe Bordwell, 3.18; Abigail Carlson, 3.83; Jadon Cass, 3.30; Kaleb Cassidy, 3.62; Brandon Charters, 4.00; Isaac Choate, 3.02; Alexander Church, 3.85; Jaxon Cogburn, 3.95; Hailey Collier, 3.40; Myles Conroy, 3.10; Angelina Cooper, 3.62; Grace Cooper, 3.50; Cassidy Crecelius, 4.00; Aiden Dannewitz, 3.05; Mayhsa Deol, 3.88; James DeRosa, 3.72; Deirdre Dorrell, 3.45; Pippa Dressel, 3.67; Lilia Fili, 3.90; Erica Foresman, 3.72; Degefa Francis, 3.78; Madison Gabbert, 3.78; Marta Garcia Osorio, 3.45; Lillian Gaskill, 3.45; Layla Gibson, 3.00; Pryce Glasser, 3.60; Cristian Gonzalez, 4.00; Samantha Gonzalez, 3.85; Lexi Grasseth, 3.57; Jaxson Gray, 3.78; Zackery Gufler, 4.00; Beau Halverson, 3.00; Hannah Hampton, 3.77; Brianna Hegge-Hill, 3.95; Jordan Hegtvedt, 3.62; Kaely Henning, 3.10; Amelia Hermann, 3.73; Ella Hetzel, 3.43; Taegan Hogue, 3.06; Henry Hughes, 4.00; Ethan Hunnicutt, 3.43; Mallie Jackson, 3.72; Lilly Janis, 3.23; Andreana Johnson, 3.73; Kariya Johnson, 3.72; Zoey Johnson, 3.00; Kaiden Jones, 3.18; Liam Kuh, 3.67; Tyler Lawson, 4.00; Jayda Lewis, 3.57; Caleb Liebert, 3.38; Ashley Lines, 3.33; Charles Logan, 3.67; Sydney Marchefka, 3.62; Gabriella Mattern-Hall, 3.95; Robert McBeth, 3.07; Bailey McComas, 3.52; Dylan McComb, 3.05; Zachary McCracken, 3.12; Joshua McCrossen, 3.73; Madison McKeown, 3.38; Lillian McNair, 3.78; Richard Meier, 4.00; Kristian Mingoy, 4.00; Alexandria Monear, 3.05; Brayden Money, 3.73; Tyler Mooney, 3.62; Zoe Moore, 3.50; Malory Morey, 3.90; Kendra Munger, 3.88; Owen Nestorek, 3.78; Heidy Nolasco, 3.67; Hailey Nordlie, 3.62; Jesse James Obermeit, 3.60; Olivia Owen, 3.90; Natalyn Paapke, 3.43; Kaina Pawai-Pang, 3.46; Lillian Peterson, 3.67; Logan Phipps, 3.78; Madelyn Pickens, 4.00; Danica Pierson, 3.83; Joseph Pinell, 3.12; Sydnee Price, 4.00; Riley Pyeatt, 3.95; Leeann Raney, 3.50; Rozlynn Raychel, 3.38; Marley Reeder, 3.85; Mallory Reynolds, 3.38; Richard Reynolds, 3.90; Dominic Riccobene, 3.78; Cody Richardson, 3.07; Kaylee Riley, 4.00; Ruby Romano, 4.00; Emily Russo, 3.07; Heidi Salgado, 3.54; Alexandria Schmadeke, 3.95; Ryan Schmitt, 3.02; Gracie Sharp, 3.95; Piper Shields, 3.95; Aidyn Shingleton, 3.33; Kaden Sleeper, 3.12; Addie Smith, 3.85; Kathleen Snyder, 3.73; Chloe Stanford, 3.45; Morgan Stockdale, 3.40; Kevin Sumner Cigarruista, 3.23; Lauren Sundin, 4.00; Benjamin Sweet, 3.78; Christopher Tadlock, 3.43; Juliana Tamblyn, 3.50; Haydn Tamura, 3.95; Morgan Tate, 3.00; Cole Tierney, 3.95; Patrick Trudell Jr., 3.60; Ellie Turner, 3.83; John Vaara, 3.33; Jackson Van De Wege, 4.00; Brandon Wagner, 3.78; Hannah Wagner, 3.88; Jack Walsh, 4.00; Hannah Warriner, 3.38; Olivia Webb, 3.95; Kylee Weston Webb, 3.60; Melanie Wiggins, 3.55; Angel Williams, 3.27; Lauren Willis, 3.80; Kenneth Wolfley, 3.73; Kenia Zelada, 3.83.

Sixth grade

Makayla Allen, 4.00; Geraldine Johnna Arcelay, 4.00; James Ashbaugh, 3.23; Mohamad Awawda, 4.00; Sammie Bacon, 3.78; Garrett Barr, 3.62; Donovan Barrett, 3.33; Hannah Bates, 4.00; Walter Baze, 3.27; Katherine Belden, 3.95; Alivia Bender, 3.72; Aaron Bess, 3.72; Kali Biddle, 3.78; Mila Bohling, 3.07; Jonathan Bowden, 3.95; Ava Bower, 4.00; Dustin Cadero, 3.17; Brooklynn Castle, 3.38; Danika Chen, 3.85; Macy Cogburn, 3.07; Camren Constant, 3.55; Remy Conway, 3.77; Colton Cosio, 3.17; Ruby Coulson, 4.00; Temple Cummins, 3.90; Claire D’Amico, 3.83; Quinn Davidson, 4.00; Ethan Doig, 3.35; Rae Douglas, 3.95; Nahayla Drennen, 3.83; Erin Drescher, 3.38; Olivia Duran, 3.62; Friday Fendler, 3.38; Jenna Finley, 3.68; Aurianna Francis, 3.00; Kayli Fukunaga, 3.67; Yannick Gaetan, 3.62; Trinitylin Gaither, 3.57; Hunter Gallauher, 3.43; Matthew Gluck, 3.33; Andrew Goldsbary, 3.23; Hayden Goodson, 3.78; Annaraye Gowdy, 3.83; Nia Haley, 3.72; Peyton Hancock, 3.33; David Harris, 3.40; Kendall Hastings, 3.95; Burke Henderson, 3.63; Teagan Hough, 3.95; Kera Hyman, 3.00; Julia Jack, 4.00; Julia Jeffers, 4.00; Richard Jennings Jr., 3.22; Ally Johnson, 3.73; Lia Jones, 3.27; Espn Judd, 3.88; Jelissa Julmist, 3.57; Jordan Kidd, 3.73; Keaton King, 3.67; Samuel King, 4.00; Austin Kinsella, 3.93; Kade Kirsch, 3.83; Braiden Kitchen, 3.45; Calem Klinger, 4.00; Aidan Lara, 4.00; Lance Leader, 3.22; Brandon Linson, 3.90; Lacey Loewen, 3.95; Genesis Lopez, 3.60; Matilda Lundstrom, 4.00; Calvin Magelssen, 3.10; Maddison Marler, 3.13; Finnon Marlow, 3.83; Logan McClane, 3.07; Dylan McKeown, 3.65; Andrew Middleton-Sharpe, 3.55; Kyle Middleton-Sharpe, 3.90; Korinne Miller, 3.62; Savannah Minker, 3.67; Isaiah Moore Jr., 3.90; Brett Mote, 3.33; Cayden Nash, 3.10; Kellan Northaven, 3.57; Kari Olson, 3.90; Perry Olson Sharpes, 3.20; Fiona Orloff, 3.78; Alana Plasch, 3.95; Kalem Powell, 3.78; Amelia Pozernick, 4.00; Trista Priest, 3.50; Owen Randall, 3.83; Addison Reynolds, 3.55; Nathaniel Reynolds, 3.67; Tyler Reynolds, 3.55; Billy Richardson, 3.02; Sedona Rogers, 3.78; Dominic Rorebeck, 4.00; Briauna Saghafi, 3.95; Alexandra Salas, 3.28; Phoebe Sampson, 3.57; Harvey Sauiluma Jr., 3.35; Wayne Sayer Jr., 3.72; Norah Schmidt, 4.00; Jacsen Shook, 3.10; Delaney Sisemore, 3.28; Jennifer Slater, 3.72; Cole Smithson, 3.68; Svea Sparks, 3.72; Kaila Spaulding, 3.52; Lauryn Stephens, 3.40; Lindsay Swanson, 3.00; Zackary Thompson, 4.00; Nichole Tiemeyer, 3.50; Desmond Tippins, 3.45; Kayla Titgemeyer, 4.00; Aaron Tolberd, 3.95; Abraham Torres, 3.95; Juan Torres, 3.72; Alexandra Treece, 3.45; Sylvia Trudell, 3.57; Anastasia Updike, 4.00; Karlie Viada, 3.95; Laina Vig, 3.40; Angel Wagner, 3.85; Kaitlyn Wandel, 3.12; Alliyah Weber, 3.78; Jonas Welch, 3.05; Paige Wessel, 3.67; Talon Wilhelm, 3.63; Cody Williams, 3.00; Isabella Williams, 3.95; Saul Williams, 3.50; Leah Wolfe, 3.55; Joshua Ziesemer, 3.62.

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