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November 28, 2012

Duncan Middle School Honor Rolls

DUNCAN — DMS Honor Rolls

Duncan Middle School honor rolls for the first nine weeks of the 2012-13 academic year have been released. Honor rolls are published as space permits as quickly as possible upon being provided by the school districts.  These were first published in the printed edition, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012.

DMS A and B Honor Roll

Sixth grade: Anjelica Alcorta, Diana Arriaga, Julian Ayala, Rebeca Bailey, D’Kari Baldwin, Kimberly Barger, Desteny Bettencourt, Hayli Blalock, Kaitlyn Bobbitt, Gavi Boucher, Kaleigh Bowers, Kyleigh Bowers, Caylie Boydston, Kelsi Bradford, Kaylee Brammer, Colby Bronson, Megan Browning, Ian Chwalisz, Cheyenne Clemons, Lucas Contreras, Aspen Conyer, Stephanie Cooper, Joseph Corcoran, William Dean, Mariah DeJesus, Melissa Denham, Erin Dennie, Hunter DeVoe, Lizbeth Diaz, Gabriel Dillin, Katrina Dowdy, Haley Doyle, Makayla Drake, Haley Duke, Savanna Edwards, Sierra Esquibel, Collin Etheridge; and,

Alivia Galvan, Maranda Gibson, Cameron Giles, Abigale Glenn, Lillian Graham, Logan Harper, Harley Hazen, Kyle Heim, Sheridyn Hernandez, Cheslyn Hesbrook, Mayci Hlavaty, Veronica Holalde, Robert Holman, Connor Holt, Logan Honeycutt, Valorie Howard, Samantha Hurley, Declan Hurst, Broedy Jessen, Travis Keenan, Carson Kinnaird, Joshua Leonard, Haegan Looney, Dylan Lynch, Corbin Maddox, Kevin Maldonado, Daniel Marine, Zane Mayes, Brian McCoy, Samuel McGough, Luke McGovern Caleb Mikel, Destyne Miller, Kaitlyn Moody, Devin Moore, Melany Moran, Kara Nichols, Trinity Nichols; and,

Jason O’Neal, Haley Olsen, Allison Ray, Jarrett Reynolds, Kortney Rodgers, Kinder Ryals, Tamera Scifres, Bradyn Smalley, Jaden Smith, Julie Smith, Hanna Sprouse, Malydia Starr, Braylen Sullivan, Caitlin Taylor, Michaela Taylor, Morgan Taylor, Skylar Teddington, Cassandra Tengbeh, AndreaStar Traut, Linda Vallecillo-Ramos, Baylee VanOven, Allen Vermillion, Carson Villalon, Melody Waugh, Chasidy West, Reese White, Braden Wright.

Seventh grade: Gabrielle Abshire, Carter Adams, Dane Alston, Devin Amos, Kaitlyn Anderson, David Avila, Michael Bailey, Benjamin Barnett, Brent Bauer, Amirra Bear, Richard Beebe, Reese Beeson, Jaydon Bethea, Chelsea Black, Alicia Bowles, Sarah Boyd, Tayler Braswell, Chase Brewer, Aaron Bryant, Misty Burleson, Ryker Cain, Hannah Case, Michael Cavanaugh, Logan Churchman, Honesti Dangerfield, Holly Davis, Pablo Delossantos, Crimson DePeal, Racel Dickens, Jeremy Dickinson, Jasmine Dool, Daniel Downey, Kali Drake; and,

Baylee Elam, Tayvion Elugardo, Brenna Eppison, Westley Ferguson, Katelyn Fox, Sydney Frey, Garret Glenn, Ana Gonzalez, David Gonzalez, Delie Gonzalez, Madison Graham, Summer Gregston, Kyle Griffin, Erica Guerra, Dailynn Halliburton, Joshua Hentry, Cesar Hernandez, Hunter Howell, Emma Hurley, Carlos Izaguirre, Dylan Johnson, Indica Jones, Lillian Jones, Kamryn Kimbrell, Nathan Lambert, Hayley Lawson, Braden Ledford, Lily Leeper, Kyla Lewis, Kyndle Lindsey, Brandon Massie, Trevor McCurdy, Skylar Meadows, Justin Melton, Maison Millan, Rosaria Milton, Dylan Morris, Andrew Mullins, Anayeli Munoz, Dustin Munsey, Alexis Olivo, Jonathan Ortiz, Kayley Owen, Ashley Parkhurst, Sajan Patel, Haylee Pearl, Caleb Pharaoh, Tyler Polk, Maria Ponce, Rikki Poop, Yesenia Ramirez, Savanna Reynolds, Kiyana Rochell; and,

Maribel Rodriguez-Vargas, Stormy Sanchez, Taylor Scifres, Austin Sheldon, Brian Skinner, Jakob Smalley, William Stafford, Kaden Stephens, Peyton Stone, Thomas Strong, Allison Strutton, James Sturges, Devon Taylor, Janila Torkelson, Joel Trevino, Shelby Trostle, Marinna Vasquez, Harmony Vermillion, Matthew Wagenseller, Brendan Waller, Ashleigh Walsh, Christian Whitney, Ariana Wiggings, Cameron Wilkerson, Arien Wilkins, Dawson Wilkinson, Felicia Williams, Madelyn Wilson, Zoey Zapata.

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