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Catawba College releases its spring semester presidential honor roll

The following area students have been named to the spring semester presidential honor roll list at Catawba College for achieving a 3.7 or higher grade-point average on 30 or more semester hours:
Albemarle: Matthew Amick.
China Grove: Kristin Beaver, Lloyd Crowe, Derek Freeze, Loraine Jones and Kelly Stanley.
Cleveland: Jacquline Coll, Catherine Minor and Shelby Ratledge
Cooleemee: Mary Lince.
Granite Quarry: Hilda Sigmon.
Kannapolis: Angela Bailey, Selene Hendricks and Teresa Turner.
Lexington: Mary Black, Lacy Kennedy, Adam Papale, Brenda Phillips and Patricia Queen.
Linwood: Johnnie Bell, Deborah Harman and Susan Pugh.
Mocksville: Craig Livengood, Roger MacLean, Eugenia Myers and Debra Stanley.
Mooresville: Justin Brady, Joseph Manser, Anita McGowan and Carlin Ours.
Richfield: Jessica Clinton.
Rockwell: Karen Allman, Ryann Baker, Tina Carroll, Megan Durham, Leah Farris, Sarah Grochoski and Melissa Jones.
Salisbury: Andrew Ashley, Brandon Belk, Sarah Blackmore, Semone Brisson, Sandy Buckwell, Steven Cauble, Bryon Correll, Leslie Denton, Lauren Flynn, Larry Gupton, Kristin Jarvis-Ahmed, Caroline Kholos, Sonya Leazer, Linda Murphy, Paul Norris, Timothy Readling, Gregory Richard, Laura Ritchie, Alesha Roseman, Julie Shrauger, Elizabeth Sloop, Laura Sweatt, Sherry Weaver, Lauren Wicker, Lori Wong and Aaron Young.
Woodleaf: Mallory Hodge.
Area students named to the spring semester dean’s list for achieving a 3.5-3.69 grade-point average include:
China Grove: Leslie Birch, Alfred Honbarger, Jennifer Valella and Jeremy Young.
Cleveland: Kristin Saine and Brett Wilhelm.
Cooleemee: William Cranfill.
Kannapolis: Mayra Arroyo, Kimberly Bumgardner, Jason Bynum, Ryan Dayvault, Walter Drinkard, Richie Egnor, Hannah Moon and Adam Seaford.
Lexington: Cody Ashby, Jon Bain, Richard Barnes, Angela Brinkley, Natalie Charles, Kelly Dooley, Angela Draeger, Deneé Hairston, Laura Jollay, Ava Palmer, Casey Wolfe and Sara Wood.
Linwood: Tessa Brindle.
Mocksville: Leanne Beck, Robert Brake, Molly Harris, Beverly Maurice and Travis Williams.
Mooresville: Richard Archer, Mark Ingram and Joseph Ready.
Mount Ulla: Jonathan Kennedy.
New London: Ashley Whitley.
Rockwell: Emily Harless, Richard Kolbasowski, Stuart Perkins and Rodney Seamon.
Salisbury: Adam Barton, Travis Casper, James Collins, Nathan Cross, Henry Fairley, Christina Fortune, Catherine Goodnight, Hillary Hampton, William Howe, Natasha Jackson, Brandy Kluttz, Karen LeRoy, Kristy Lowder, Elizabeth Morris, Amanda Nantz, Meredith Pope, John Setliff, Natasha Sifford, Angela Sloop, Daniel Sloop, Victoria Smith and Jennifer Steinauer.
Spencer: Alicia Bean, Samantha McCallum and Roger Morris.
Woodleaf: Daphne Atwood, Miranda Bare and Zeb Link.
Science excellence
Trevor Meadows, a student at Erwin Middle School, has been recognized by the U.S. Achievement Academy as a student of excellence in science and will be included in the academy’s yearbook.
Meadows is the son of Art and Terry Martin of Salisbury. He was nominated by Brenda Sloop, an Erwin teacher.
Elon academic lists
Seven area students were named to the spring semester president’s list at Elon University with no grade below an A minus.
They are Megan Sabo, Erick Brown and Annie Elliott of Salisbury; Nicole Belsole and Danielle Dufour of Mooresville; Monica Poteat of Kannapolis; and Cynthis Prentice of Lexington.
Eleven were named to the dean’s list with no grade below a B minus.
They are Elizabeth Doran and Cathryne Clark of Salisbury; Alexandra Hensley, Lesley Cowie, Kelseyt Gwilt, Michelle Scovill and Karen Scovill of Mooresville; James Williams of Kannapolis; Hilary Sheets, Emery BNelson and Taylor Brown of Lexington.

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