Houlton Region

Hodgdon Middle-High School announces third quarter honor roll

HODGDON, Maine –  Hodgdon Middle-High School Guidance Director Bernadette Willette has announced the following students were named to the school’s honor roll for the third quarter.

Grade 7 – High Honors: Lindsay Little, Jacob London, Elspeth Moore, Wyatt Oliver, Logan Sherman, Mariah Silliboy, Gemma Wells and Kennady Wright; Honors: Natalya Bourgeois, Oakley Brown, Finn Gardiner, Ann Hopkins, Kody Richardson and Kaylee Shaw.

Grade 8 – High Honors: Paige Bosse, Kylie Campbell, Brody Dyer, Michael Fitzpatrick, Elijah Fournier, Joseph Scott, Morgan Smith and Emma Williams; Honors: Elizabeth Austin, Noah Bartlett, Johnas Barton, Daniel Clark, Kaelyn Cook, Jake DeHahn, Hunter Farrar, Padme Hardy, Cody James, Delilah Jay, Rylee Kramer, Jaydyn Moore, Wyatt Sanford, Miley Suitter and Evan Winship.

Grade 9 – High Honors: Hunter Duttweiler, Shakonnah Gilbert, Gracie Little, Anna Oliver, Alexander Sherman, Molly Suitter, Ava Wells and Brooke Wheeler; Honors: Emma Folsom, George Gaddis, Zechariah Hiltz, Jennell Jones, Cooper Lawlor, Kaelynn Little, Sarah Matheson, Sofia McNally, Kaydence Nickerson, Aden Perry, Gabriel Ramos, Sydney Rockwell, Samantha Shank and Jonathan Walker.

Grade 10 High Honors: Alaina Campbell, Alexis Ganzel, Oisin Gardiner, Joseph Griffin, Faith Howland, Meghan Peters, Ella Suitter and Olivia Wedderman; Honors: Maddox Buzzeo, Vanessa Ciarleglio, Addison LaPointe, Aleyah Matheson, Abigail Nightingale, Emma Taylor and Reiley Wright.

Grade 11 – High Honors: Andrew Duttweiler, Hope Howland, Amelia McAtee, Abram Nason, Walker Oliver, Amelia Scott, Madison Smith and Sadie Thompson; Honors: Evan Berube, Marissa Dow, Sequoyah Foster and Jasmine Jones.  

Grade 12 – High Honors: Timothy Fitzpatrick, Montana Hoops, Kaelyn Lawlor and Lucas Matheson; Honors: Samuel Adams, John Cumming, Damin Harris, Troy Hipsley, Delaney Little, Joshua McGillicuddy and Monique Polchies.

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