Lakota Junior High School
Students at Lakota Junior High School who earned at least all A’s and B’s for fourth quarter have been
named to school’s honor roll.
GRADE 8 – Danica Struck.
GRADE 7 – Gates McGough, Jack Raymond.
ALL A’s AND B’s
GRADE 8 – Tyler Aldrich, Ben Gabel, Adrian Graber, Genevieve Hankins, Jordan Miller, Brandon Noon, Nathan
Ray, Aaron Reasor, Breese Reidling, Samantha Reinbolt, Twyla Shuck.
GRADE 7 – Luke Baker, Alaina Bickford, Allen Brickner, Mac Flanagan, Sierra Harris, Kyleigh Harrison,
Marissa Hicks, Alexandra Hovis, William Jenne, Alexandra McDole, Jeremiah McGowan, Bailee Milligan,
Cariss Reese, Taylor Smith, Kevin Woodruff, Shaw Wright.
Lakota East Elementary
Lakota East Elementary School in Burgoon has released its list of students who earned fourth-quarter
honor roll status. The list includes:
GRADE 6 – Keeley Brust, Elizabeth Graber, Simon Jay, Isaac Ritter, Katrina Park, Austin Payne, Allyson
Schoendorf, Patrick Shull, Jacob Stewart.
GRADE 5 – Hunter Chalfin, Christopher Fillhart, Jaclyn Flanagan, David Mason, Zach Rayle.
A’s AND B’s
GRADE 6 – Tessa Ball, Caitlyn Brown, Corey Damschroder, Makayla Dull, Holcomb Durst, Drake Foos, Dylan
Foos, Morgan Gangwer, Austin James, Casey Monroe, Michael Morehart, David Murphy, Alee Myers, Kyler
Painter, Paige Paxson, Laura Reiter, William Riddle, Audrey Spaulding, Caleb Steele, Allison
Strausbaugh, Ricky Taulker, Nicholas Watts, Eric Wiseman.
GRADE 5 – Summer Allen, Bailey Bomer, Andrea Bordner, Nicholas Busack, Emily Crowe, Dakota Gilbert,
Brittany Goris, Andrea Hickle, Jessica James, Ali Kagy, Spencer King, Joshua Mason, Gabrielle McGough,
Racheal Miller, Kenidee Myers, Adrian Phillips, Wesley Ridenour, Joshua Short, Samantha Shultz, Kyle
Strong, Ryan Talbert.
Central Catholic High School
At Central Catholic High School in Toledo, 698 students earned academic honors for the fourth quarter.
Three students from Bowing Green earned honors.
First Honors, for earning a grade point average of 3.9 or higher, went to senior Steven Billmaier and
freshman Erin Seiler. Second Honors, for earning a grade point average of 3.50 to 3.89, went to junior