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CG Middle list
The following students have been named to the all-A honor roll for the fourth quarter at China Grove Middle School:
Sixth grade: Jeffrey Austin, Amber Aycock, Kenzi Bennick, Anna Brown, Rachel Clark, Allyson Fesperman, Kenneth Freyer, Alyssa Hall, Katherine Harrington, Morgan Johnson, Zahra Khan, Jessica Kinney, Zachary Pruitt, Erin Shaw and Eric Tyler.
Seventh grade: Stephanie Allman, Bailey Bourn, Holly Brigman, Jesse Chen, Kayla Corriher, Caleb Helms, Nathan Hill, Tanner Hoke, Macie Hudson, Ashley Johnson, Kaitlyn Jones, Kacie Kelly, Nicholas Martin, Hilda Martinez, Kristina Miller, Lauren Miller, Heather Moose, Kayla Moose, Mckenzie Norton, Megan Osborn, Misty Parrish, Dalton Parrott, Alexander Pinion, Brittany Pressley, Christian Shuping, Karissa Story, Jasmine Thurston and Phillip Wirz.
Eighth grade: Kristin Bruce, Taylor Campbell, Alisha Cook, Jestin Fritts, Paul Frye, Jamie Fuzette, Samantha Goins, Zachary Gragg, Ashlynn Hampton, Joshua Herring, Kandiss Hunt, Caleb Lippard, Kathryn Long, Joel Luther, Maria Martinez, Rebecca Mishak, Amber Scoggins, Tahree Sloop, Daquelia Smith, Ryan Smith, Brooke Stancil, Carolina Stirewalt and Kaitlin Weber.
Corriher-Lipe list
The following students have been named to the all-A honor roll for the fourth quarter at Corriher-Lipe Middle School:
Sixth grade: Aaron Bare, Kayla Christy, Benjamin Cobb, Heather Ervin, Whitney Hardison, Bianca House, Lauren Johnson, Kaitlin Kelly, Sydney Kelly, Spencer Matlock, A.L. McConneaughey, A.N. McConneaughey, Makayla Moore, Dylan Purvis, Lauren Register, Laura Reid, Luis Sanchez, Madison Sides, Zachary Smith, Katherine Starnes, Brittany Sweat and Alex Thurmond.
Seventh grade: Taylor Bailey, Leslie Bean, Amber Holderfield, Hannah Houston, Kaylin Little, Kiersten Lockman, Chelsea McManus and Ethan Pethel.
Eighth grade: Nicole Barringer, Kirstie Corriher, Taylor Draper, Kimberly Fesperman, Joshua Lowder, Walter Parham and Kimberly Plott.

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