Hoosac Valley Announces Second Quarter Honor Roll

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CHESHIRE, Mass. — Hoosac Valley High School has announced its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2019-20 school year.

High honors

Grade 12: Sophia Acquista, Kathryn Bentz, Syrah Bradley, Jacqueline Case, Kelsey Clark, Gabrielle Glasier, Derick Jimenez, Jackson Keplinger, Grace Kronick, Douglas LaDouceur, Jenna Levesque, Shaleigh Levesque, Madelaine Martin, Eliza Melillo, Savannah Morehouse, Daniel Pompi, Riley Robinson, Colby Rougeau, Henry Sniezek, Logan Stansfield, Peter Suriner, Anthony Tassone, Luc Trombley, Cameron Volff, Patrick Walsh, Aiyana Will, Katelyn Wojtaszek.

Grade 11: Nicholas Alibozek, Rylie Bishop, Annabelle Canales, Esther Chilson, Corben Craig, Jaylance DelaCruz, Jayrod DelaCruz, Amie Ginthwain, Anthony Harris, Zachary Hubbard, Abigail Hugger, Jessica Isbell, Sydni Jamros, Kassandra Jarvis, Lana Kingsley, Erica Langnickel, Kylee Legg, Madison Puppolo, Ambika Sharma, Jacob Soule, Alexander Strauser, Maia Trudeau, Kristen Wilczak, Annabellinda Wright.

Grade 10: Olivia Abbott, Lillian Boudreau, Hannah Brassard, Aaron Bush, Karyssa Charon, Ryan Czupryna, Ashlee Davis, Christopher Fortier, Alyssa Garabedian, Caleb Harrington, Isaac Herrmann, Charles Jean, Shaun Kastner, Chelsea Krutiak, Brodie Lanoue, John Liebenow, Abigael McAllister, Carson Meczywor, Tyler Norcross, Leona Olver, Natalie Pompi, Jennifer Prokopowicz, Alena Rehill, Sydney Roberts, Matthew Tassone, Nicholas Walsh.

Grade Nine: Gabrielle Billetz, Kadan Burdick, Ian Cappiello, Alyson Civello, Jolyn Davis, Megan Dubreuil, Owen Dubreuil, Mia Francesconi, Danielle Glasier, Trinity Greer, Abigail Gutekunst, Hannah Harding, Tia Kareh, Chloe King, Samantha Loholdt, Alexis Malloy, Katherine Martin, Antonio Millard, Zoe Parrott, Briannah Rowett, Zach Sawyer, Kathryn Scholz, Matthew Szabo, Michael Szabo, Anelia Ziaja.

Grade Eight: Gabe Bishop, Dana Brassard, Limoges Dauray, Andrew Dupee, Taylor Garabedian, Camron Goman, Jazmin Gregory, Rachael Herrmann, Madalyn Lamour, Tyler Little, Jack Martin, Mallory Mazzeo, Haley McNeice, Matthew Melito, Brandon Miller, Ashlee Nicol, Nicholas Pompi, Makayla Ranzoni, Talia Rehill, David Scholz, Keeghen Scott, Hanna Shea, Connor Walden, Hannah Walsh.

Honors

Grade 12: Kenneth Chesbro, Jayna Civello, Cole Desroches, Sarah Field, Faith Hall, Nataleigh Harrington, Logan Keyes, Kaylee Lemieux, Alannah McGrath, Christopher Nimmons, Evan Norcross, Matthew O'Neill, Nolan Roberts, Rayanna Therrien, Malina Ziaja.

Grade 11: Aiden Astorino, Gabriel Church, Emily Godfrey, Sharaya Keele, Lucas Levesque, Jacob Richardson, Emma Thurston.

Grade 10: Abby Bird, Bryanna Costine, Logan Davis, Alexis Ladouceur, Justin Levesque, Mackenna Malloy, Averie McGrath, Tyler Rohlfs, Frankie Scialabba, Blake Trumble, Joshua Weslowski, Rylynn Witek, Rosemary  Ziarnik.

Grade Nine: Autumn Carnevale, Lauren Davis, Jamie Gero, Kyla Lemieux, Michael Prendergast, Evan Scarpittom, Abhishek Tiwari.

Grade Eight: Shaun Astorino, Henry Daniels, Frank Field, Miranda Ranzoni, Noah Rozon, Mikayla Witto.


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