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May 29, 2013

West Elementary's third trimester honor roll

CULLMAN — All As

• Second Grade: Christian Bullock, Ethan Burgett, Kennedy Byer, Eli Calligaris, Beckett Calvert, Sophia Caretti, Sydney Carpentier, Bella Carroll, Lauren Chapin, Kanyon Cobbs, Hunter Coffey, Lily Cottingham, Emma Dodd, Nathaniel Dotson, Isaac Drake, Zac Emerson, Lucas Friedrich, Camille Gibbs, Giselle Gibbs, Kaden Glimpse, Preston Gray, Daemon Griffith, Garrett Hall, David Hays, Ashton Henderson, Sarah Herfurth, Alexzandria Hill, Caroline Hill, Brodie Hunter, Riley Jackson, Brayden James, Landeigh James, Kaydence Johnson, John Krassick, Sadie Land, Emily Leigeber, Lucian Martinez, Ramses Martinez, Kaitlyn Mason, Eli Mccollum, John McGill, William Nichols, Easton Peed, Katia Peterson, William Pipes, Mary Puckett, Haile Roberts, Caroline Sandlin, Caydence Sansing, Payton Scott, Haley Shannon, Jared Shelton, Lindsey Skinner, Ryan Skinner, Kaleb Slaton, Lauren Smith, Allison Stidham, Alexis Sumrall, Meshae Teague, Emma Thomas, Kylie Wells, Lydia Wells, Braxton White, Maddie Witcher, Aden Wylie 

• Third Grade: Ava Akridge, Gabrielle Allred, Tucker Apel, Jordan Armstrong, Gracie Barksdale, Dylan Bates, Jessica Baturin, Faith Borden, Marissa Brown, Fisher Burney, Alivia Busby, Sara Campbell, Michael Canada, Cody Clark, Gabriela Conde, James Cornelius, Olivia Craft, Brittney Day, Emma Dees, Lane Dial, Kadin Doggett,  Tina Dong, Jacob Dye, Zac Edwards, Landon Evans, Jeta Falcon, Matthew Foster, Brayden Freeman, Gabriel Friedrich, Eduardo Fluentes, Emily Gable, Kristian Graveman, Bryn Hilliar, Eli Howse, Lilly Hudson, Lakelan Jenkins, Noah Kee, Ben Kelly, Sara Land, Abigail Lawson, Ninh Le, Areli Leon, Kinsey McBrayer, Isabella McEachern, Madisyn Meharg, Alex Nance, Christian Nance, Sasha Peterson, Landon Piper, David Pipes, Kyleigh Potter, Lee Ratliff, Rafael Reynoso, Jacob Rodriguez, Autumn Selman, Evelyn Shelton, Stella Smith, Abigail Sosa, Kaina Thomas, Mercy VanDyke, Angel Wolford

• Fourth Grade: Eli Borden, Devon Campbell, Rylee Campbell, Ragan Canter, Laiklind Casey, Isabella Cottingham, Alaina Denney, Jaxon Denney, Andy Dong, Emiley Gable, Daven Haynes, Lily Heard, James Hilburn, Hannah Hoffman, Eliza Hollingsworth, Dakota Hyde, Destiny Jones, Sophia Karolewics, Morgan Lambert, Jackson Llewellyn, Grant Morrison, Emma Murphree, Jackson Murphree, Brennen Norton, Jaden Orr, Octavia Owen, Mya Parker, Christian Patrick, Summer Payne, Trent Power, Katie Rains, Emma Ray, Josie Rice, Morgan Shikle, Gabe Sosa, Jade Thompson, Bernarda Tizapa, Lanie Townson, Landon Vance, Jaden Whaley, Tyler White, Owen Young, Sadie Young

• Fifth Grade: Cole Akridge, Isabella Allred, William Baker, Nicholas Braswell, Juliet Burney, Zacrye Busby, Autumn Calvert, A.J. Coffey, Garrett Crider, Lauren Grace Evans, Preston Gunter, Michelle Herrera, Ivey Howse, Sam Jones, Della Kelly, Lily Latham, Jacey Lawrence, Will Lowery, Sheldon Marti, Hanna McCravy, Lizbeth Medina, Olive Morring, Olivia Noblett, Christopher Palos, Carson Riley, Jacqueline Ryals, Campbell Sandlin, Willa Sears, Coleen Shelton, Lauren Skinner, Wil Stallings, Ashton Story, Lauren Sumrall, Carmen Tizapa, Alex Turner

• Sixth Grade: Emily Apel, Morgan Barton, Mackenzie Brown, Liliana Burgess, Ezra Burks, Jordan Campbell, Peyton Colvard, Lexi Daily, Jakob Easterwood, Megan Flynt, Joseph Harbin, Piper Hempfling, Breanna Hilburn, Caroline Hollingsworth, Sy Hulgan, Ben Hunter, Jennifer Jester, Raigan Litteral, Emily Little, Maggie McGuire, Anna Murphy, Jacob Oliver, Chloe Powers, Claudio Ramirez, Madison Richardson, Paige Rocca, Jennifer Sanchez, Alayah Smith, Brian Spicer, Tiffanie Taylor, Kylee Thomas, Amber Tipton, Daniel Vance, Chastan Walker, Jaret Whaley

As/Bs

• Second Grade: Kaytlin Abbott, Braylon Adcock, Abran Andres, Samantha Bavar, Nora Branham, Bennett Cabri, Forrest Calvert, Anzlee Chaney, Kyle Christense, Kaden Cornelius, Caden Dasher, Mary Davis, Fernando Dominguez, Hunter Earick, Storm Felps, Brianna Garcia, Gavin Gooch, Ryan Green, Ana-Spencer Griffin, Chelsea Hallmark, Angela Harris, Brennan Hart, Aysia Hausler, David Hays, Brody Hopper, Gabriella Johnson, Kevin Jones, Jack Lee, Caleb Louallen, Ulices Mena, Noemi Ortiz, Joseph Phelps, Brandy Pylant, Julian Regalado, Adamari Reyes, Ashton Shelton, Brayden Steele, Nathan Stewart, Raelee Stinson, Jared Stricklin, Taelee Thigpen, Rhett Tucker, Braxton Williams

• Third Grade: Olivia Addison, Drew Ball, Kaleb Bates, Savannah Bryson, Layla Calloway, Reagan Campbell, Christian Canseco, Robert Carpenter, Ashleigh Drake, Brenda Flores, Grayson Goodwin, Jameson Goodwin, Amber Hanson, Peyton Hayes, Evan Haynes, Caren Hernandez, Stuart Herring, Bryce Holten, Cody James, Yair Jiminez, Alexis Jones, Mary Kaple, Axel Medina, Kunthea Murillo, Hailie New, Diya Patel, Jordan Phelps, Emma Price, Kristen Rhodes, Javier Rodriguez, Brody Schaefer, Malach Sisk, Derrick Slaughter, Brycen Swann, Leslie Taylor, Kirin Tisdale, Bailey Turrentine, Monica Zapien

• Fourth Grade: Jordan Allen, Parker Andrews, Griffin Barksdale, Levi Bates, Lauren Bradford, Brooklyn Browning, Daniel Campos, Joanna Churape, Brilee Clark, Logan Crawford, Robert Curtis, Hunter Dahlke, Tiffany Dotson, Jakeb Gilliland, Anthony Gonzalez, Bailey Gooch, Camryn Graham, Cayden Graham, Carson Griffin, Kennedy Griffin, Alexis Hagemore, Bricen Harper, Tess Heaton, Fiaya Herc, Cole Herfurth, Cameron Lebron, Kayleigh Lee, Emma McAnally, Anna Minor, Josue Miranda, Hunter New, Karlie Patterson, Hudson Puckett, Lindsey Ragsdale, William Romero, Lilly Rutherford, Ian Sanders, Riley Schaefer, Morgan Schultz, Katherine Segars, Brock Smelser, Coby Stewart, Rhianna Tysinger, Nathaniel Weeks, Isaiah Wylie

• Fifth Grade: Christopher Acton, Johan Barragan, Chloe Bullock, Jaxson Calvert, Harmony Corbitt, Heath Cordes, Jonathan Denney, Kimberly Gonzalez, Destiny Griffin, Madelyn Hendrix, Mason Herron, Grant Holland, Brooklyn Horton, Alexia Jones, Laiklyn Jones, Eli Kilpatrick, Colby Klein, Brady Lang, Eric Lopez, Avery McCay, Caitlin McCay, Caitlin McDonald, Owen Pope, Autumn Pylant, Israel Ramos, Aubrey Robertson, Katelyn Smith, Mayce Smith, Landon Talley, Alexis Thompson, Tyler Tisdale, Ben Turner, Parker Twilley, Madison Watson, Katie White, Emily Widner, Jessica Youmans, Alexis Young

• Sixth Grade: John Allred, Braiden Aris, Samuel Arzola, Greta Bishop, Mary Branch, Abigail Branham, Montana Burks, Gavin Burtis, Caige Carpentier, Olivia Clark, Ashelyn Cook, Dana Cordes, Adrionna Cox, Ivy Falcon, Cassidy Griffin, Nicholas Harbison, Logan Heatherly, Madison Heatherly, Payton Heaton, Abby Hodge, Morgan Holmes, Trey Hunkeapillar, Alaina Jones, Keaton Kinney, Andy Kreps, Garrett Lee, Lauren McAnally, Trey Middleton, Macey Orr, John Parrish, Bailey Quick, Marcos Ramirez, Emily Robertson, Adrianna Rodriguez, Colin Rose, Alyssa Sandlin, Jade Sanford, Caleb Schmale, Blayne Scott, Emma Shirey, Blake Spicer, Jackson Tucker, Anya Twilley, Sydney Vantrease, Brittini Waldrop, Christian Wilson, Kennedy Witcher, Michael Yates

 

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