Coupeville High School honor roll

The following Coupeville High School student made honor roll for second semester:

Asia Abernathy, Lauren Grove, Emma Mathusek, Lucy Rose Sandahl, Jared Allen, Phoebe Haddock, Holly Mathusek, Bronwyn Schmidt, Payton Aparicio, Sofia Hassapis, Tyler Mccalmont, Koby Schreiber, Delaney Armstrong, Matthew Hilborn, John Mcclarin, Kory Score, Jermaine Barnes, Madeline Hilkey, Katrina Mcgranahan, Brian Shank, Jakobi Baumann, Jacob Hoagland, Anayanci Melendrez Partida, Harris Sinclair, Jaschon Baumann, Kaela Hollrigel, Evelyn Melendrez Partida, Helen Sinclair, Lauren Bayne, Natalie Hollrigel, Ashley Menges, Emma Smith, Alexander Beech, Ja’tarya Hoskins, Mckenzie Meyer, Hunter Smith, Trevor Bell, Dawson Houston, Claire Mietus, Jacob Smith, Ariah Bepler, Jonathan Johnson, Mattea Miller, Molly Smith, Laurence Boado, Kenneth Johnson, Arisbeth Montiel-Dominguez, Simon Socha, Desirae Bradley, Aiden Juras, Citlalli Montiel-Fominguez, Emma Somes, Zara Bradley, Uriah Kastner, Mira Mostafavinassab, Chayson Sorrows, Tiffany Briscoe, Teo Keilwitz, James Myers, Gavin Straub, Jered Brown, Kailey Bellner, Zackery Nall, Alejandro Tejada, Kiara Burdge, Christian King, Jasmine Nastali, Megan Thorn, Kyle Burnett, Mallory Kortuem, Tamika Nastali, Olivia Thrailkill, Kaileah Burns, Madison Krieg, William Nelson, Cameron Toomey-Stout, Gabe Carlson, Raechel Kundert, Elaira Nicolle, MayaToomey-Stout, Luke Carlson, Heather Laderer, Alexxis Otto, Sean Toomey-Stout, Mitchell Carroll, Charlotte Langille, Maria Partida Garcia, Valen Trujillo, Robin Cedillo, Michael Langille, Jake Pease, Zoe Trujillo, Christopher Cernick, Skyler Lawrence, Thane Peterson, Peytin Vondrak, Gavin Clavette, Nicole Laxton, Noah Ratcliff, Dorothy Walker, James Conlisk, Alexis Lenahan, Marenna Rebischke-smith, Seraina Weatherford, Maggie Crimmins, Jaelynn Levine, Avalon Renninger, Joseph Wedekind, Veronica Crownover, Aram Leyva-Elenes, Victoria Renninger, Ulrik Wells, Bree Daigneault, Joseph Lippo, Journey Richardson, Allison Wenzel, Rose Dale, Skyylynn Lippo, Maxim Rische, Eric Wertz, Dominic Dausey, Uriel Liquidano Hernandez, Madison Rixe, James Wood, Mackenzie Davis, Mia Littlejohn, Allyson Roberts, Sarah Wright, Megan Deporter, Hope Lodell, Lindsey Roberts, Christiane Wurzrainer, Lainey Dickson, Dane Lucero, Joshua Robinson, Gabriel Wynn, Anna Dion, Nikolai Lyngra, Jorjie Anna Rose, Henry Wynn, Nicholas Dion, Garrett Machen, Kayla Rose, Alexander Young, Nicholas Etzell, Spencer Machen, Lauren Rose, Jacob Zettle, Zachary Ginnings

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