December 6, 2021 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

SJO 2021-2022 1st Quarter High Honor Roll

Freshmen

Barton, Rylie
Beckett, EJ
Benoit, Audrey
Bonny, Sarah
Brown, Landon
Clampitt, Madison
Coffey, Hayden
Davenport, Aerolyn
Dewese, Lauren
Dietiker, Ella
Ditchfield, Luke
Ennis, Jackson
Franzen, Savanna
Funk, Addison
Gaines, Kaiden
Gerdes, Tayton
Getty, Olivia
Hamilton, Makennah
Harms, Brodie
Harris, Lauren
Houston, Maebree
Kearney, Sara
Lankster, Madison
Mills, Logan
Mortlock, Gabriel
Osterbur, Grace
Patel, Sonia
Phillips, Nathan
Ruppel, Audrey
Schmidt, Paige
Schmitz, Charles
Swanson, Kyler
Thomey, Collin
Uden, Samantha
Wheatley, Reese
Wolken, Madison
Wright, Charley
Xiao, Fiona

Sophomores

Allen, Logan
Allinger, Kaden
Armstrong, Aden
Baltzell, Owen
Beetz, Samantha
Bott, Mya
Burkhalter, Chloe
Denhart, Garrett
Divan, Rachel
Dressen, Cameron
Frick, Addison
Getty, Grace
Haake, Logan
Harper, Chloe
Harris, Rachel
Hausman, Brody
Hueber, Annabelle
Jacob, Tanner
Jolley, Kya
Jones, Helene
Kibler, Tori
Lannert, Lauren
Lewis, Hayden
Lewis, Quinn
Little, Connor
Lockhart, Taylyn
Martinie, Addisyn
McMahon, Shannon
Miller, Talan
Mock, Isaiah
Musselman, Rowan
Ochs, Caleb
Pruitt, Cole
Reed-Thompson, Macy
Roesch, Addison
Santiago, Daniel
Skelton, Lucas
Slowikowski, Aescton
Smith, Logan
Thurman, Drew
Vaughan, Ethan
Ward, Elissia
Wayland, Colin
Wells, Corbin
Williams, Hayden
Williams, Peyton

Juniors

Acton, Alyssa
Atwood, McGwire
Baker, Kaytlyn
Baltzell, Olivia
Blanchard, Cara
Burch, Tyler
Carter, Maddux
Casanova, Yamilka
Chambers, Ariana
Chatterton, Gwen
Cramer, Morgan
Cromwell, Aiden
Dahman, Zachary
Elsbernd, Emily
Frerichs, Joselyn
Funk, Alex
Greer, Kennedy
Greer, Kylie
Guelfi, Andrew
Haley, Mikyla
Henkelman, Hayden
Hewkin, Maya
Hug, Taylor
Immke, Shayne
Jeffries, Emily
Jones, Aliya
Jones, Peyton
Kelley, Cameran
Kern, Jacob
Ketchum, Hunter
Lane, Aaron
Livesay, Collin
Meccoli, Kyle
Miller, Teagan
Myren, Courtney
Osterbur, Madeline
Pearman, Allegra
Pence, Ty
Robertson, Jack
Schaefer, Kirsten
Schmitz, Johanna
Setterdahl, Jack
Sexton, Isabel
Siegmund, Paige
Tapia, Trinity
Vander Logt, Payton
Voorhees, Taylor
Wagle, Alayna
Wagner, Mallory
Ward, Emma
Ward, Maggie

Seniors

Allen, Addison
Altenbaumer, Tyler
Anderson, Kailyn
Anzelmo, Alessa
Behrens, Abigail
Bensyl, Alanna
Besson, Ella
Beyers, Andrew
Bowlin, Brandie
Burkhalter, Mara
Burnett, Kennedi
Chahine, Angela
Clampitt, Braden
Conerty, Anastasia
Cummins, Deanna
Cunningham, Benjamin
Dressen, Zander
Eldridge, Ashley
Emmert, Jared
Falls, Matthew
Fox, Hannah
Fulk, Mackenzie
Fuqua, Zella
Haake, Brennan
Hamer, Liam
Hamilton, Alyssa
Harper, Lauren
Ingram, Kailyn
Jacob, Payton
Kearney, Alison
Knap, Ava
Lannert, Ashlyn
Lewis, Jacey
Loghry, Wyatt
Martlage, Kelsey
McDade, Sophia
Miller, Coby
Miller, Conrad
Mock, Elijah
Morris, Jett
Palmer, Jessica
Parkinson, Emma
Poulter, Jonathan
Rajlich, Hope
Roesch, Griffin
Schmitz, Grace
Sexton, Taryn
Shoviak, Alyssa
Stegall, Luke
Steinbach, Rebecca
Trame, Mackenzie
Wells, Taylor

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