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Shoutouts

Sacred Heart Catholic School announces its all-A honor roll for the second trimester.
Fourth grade — Grace Blackwell, Ben Childress, Colin Donaldson, Sophia Malloy, Ella Trainor, Sutton Webb, Will Webb.
Fifth grade — Caroline Cardelle, Josh Klein, Katy Klein.
Sixth grade — Brody Dillon.
Seventh grade — Olivia Dagenhart, Jack Fisher, Mary Sobataka.
Eighth grade — Alex Antosek, Gemma Brown, Elly Burks, Michael Childress, Keegan Dillon, Rachel Harrison, Julia Honeycutt, Zach Huddleston, Grace Kellicut, Johnson Huynh, Mary McCullough, Miriam Roy, Leah Wyrick.
Kelsey Payne of Kannapolis was named to the dean’s list at the State University of New York at New Paltz for the fall 2013 semester. Payne’s major is communication studies.
Dean’s list designation is reserved for students who excel academically and earn at least a 3.3 grade point average in a semester with a full-time course load.
William Peace University, a private four-year university in downtown Raleigh, has named Wesley Dumford of Mooresville a 2013 fall dean’s scholar. Dumford, along with 66 other students, maintained a 4.0 GPA and earned an A in each course for the fall semester.
The school also named Olivia Worsham of Mooresville to the 2013 fall dean’s list with distinction. Worsham, along with 56 other students, maintained a GPA of at least 3.70 and earned passing grades in all courses for the fall semester.
On March 14, area middle schools competed in the district level Battle of the Books. The students competed on their knowledge of 26 books. The winners are:
Corriher-Lipe Middle School, first place — Addi Watson, Anna Blume, Alissa Pressley, Ashanti Knox, Cecilia Gonzalez-Rios, Elizabeth Harrell, Lauren Hayes, Haley Sloop, Heaven Thornton, Jillian Rippey, Paige McGrew.
Erwin Middle School, second place — Sara Coello, Kristen Fortner, Jacob Kepley, Zhyaun Lane, Haley Loflin, Delaney Nielsen, Maribel Portillo, Mary Stoelting, Vallie Vazquez.
Southeast Middle School, third place — Jonah Evans, Olivia Gregory, Korbynne Hill, Ainsley Moore, ZaReah Smith, McKenzie Upright, Jordan Watts.
In the elementary division, the competition was on March 17.
Mt. Ulla Elementary, first place — Carolynn Cogan, Erica Conjelko, Laney Gabosch, Luke Harrison, Ben Kiser, Madeline Kluttz, Will McLaughlin, Ryan Misenheimer, Mallory Ramsay, Madison Reber, Zach Carnes.
Koontz Elementary, second place — Ailie Adamenko, Clara Brown, Aniyah Ingram, Dylan Rowh, Nathaniel Stoelting, Sage Huffman, Dominic Aleman, Na’Taliya Bembry, Britney Flores.
Overton Elementary, third place — Alex Blumenthal, Molly Jones, Mallory Link, Sophie Chimel, Phoebe Hollingsworth, Lillie Rusher, Devyn Lasker, Natalie Lusk.
Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy has named Salisbury resident Katie Brush Haynes to the dean’s list for the fall 2013 academic semester.
In order to be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must maintain a 3.50 or better grade point average based on a 4.0 system.
Hurley Elementary school is pleased to announce its good citizens for March.
Kindergarten — Kylie Oddie, Zy’keria Bailey, Gabriel Mashore, Maida Babic and Kennedy Nash.
First grade — Savannah Cron, Aren Kelly, Nahriya Barber, Jade Sankey and Nariyah Toomer.
Second grade — Ryan Leach, Lanna Blackwell, Emily Garcia Lopez and Andres Vazquez Saucedo.
Third grade — Autumn King, Vedad Begic, Daisy Alba Carrillo and Ella Kennedy.
Fourth grade — Zoe Poindexter, Michael Garcia, Jaharrie Jackson and Hannah Braman.
Fifth grade – Jabari Samolu, Jacob Bentley, Amy Nguyen and Cheyenne Cornell.

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