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Wednesday, July 17, 2024


Catholic High Announces Third Period Honor Roll

By Herald Staff

NORTH WILDWOOD — Wildwood Catholic High School announced the honor roll for the third marking period. Students achieving honors were:
First honors, seniors: Kelly Bradley, Elaina Davidson, Katrina Dever, Patricia Dougherty, Marianne Harlan, Keira Heilpern, Elizabeth Herron, Mary Marino, Melissa Murphy, Sara Tumasz-Zolty, Madeleine Von Savage, Allison Weiser, Jessica Wheaton
Juniors: Victoria Bennett, Sarah Cannon, Christine Casiello, Lindsay Galle, Anna Kane, Angela Mathis, Catherine Matteucci, Kaitlin Moran, Cristina Mucchetti, Amanda Palombo, Joseph Poukish, Kyle Raucci, Ashley Russo, Danielle Sharkey, Sarah Smith, Alexa Stefankiewicz, Cassidy Stoughton, Franes Winans
Sophomores: Bror Eric Axelsson, Maria Catanoso, Danielle DiPeso, Brittani Helverson, Jason Krobatsch, Laura Martin, Graham Neville, Mark Rucci, David Von Savage, Morgan Wheaton
Freshmen: Gabrielle Adams, Arianna Alosi, Susan Boswell, Taylor Bradshaw, Michael Capozzoli, Stephen Casiello, Trevor Cooper, Taylor Gleason, Kaitlin Harrison, Katherine Jett, Christopher Kanya, Thomas Malinowski, Neve Marino, Clara Mathis, Jimmy McNally, Megan Metzler, Patrick Roche, Sarah Visalli, Brianna Yuhas, Kaitlin Zinkewich
Second honors, seniors: Samuel Accardi, Paula Gala, Samantha Gery, Christina Ohlsen, Michael Quinn, Jeralyn Raffa, Greta Reichert
Juniors: Kenneth Haury, Morgan Kimmerle, James Mathis, Anna Marie McKee, Timothy Myland, Laren Neill, Toni Nudo.
Sophomores: Matthew Accardi, Ava Braunfeld, Maria Faia, David Hall, Morgan Kelly, Leatrice Spiewak, Jessica Yesgosh
Freshmen: Sarah Coale, Ross Hammer, Grace Philips, Katherine Youschak.

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