Top students at OCCHS recognized at annual honors banquet
Posted: Wednesday, June 3, 2009 9:31 am
The Messenger 06.03.09
Obion County Central High School recently honored its top students during an honors banquet held in the school’s commons area.
Principal Linda Short welcomed those in attendance and congratulated the students on their accomplishments.
Among the OCCHS students recognized during the evening were:
Challenge graduates — Adam Alexander, Andrew Berry, Jacob Bloodworth, Austin Burrow, Kyle Byassee, DeLaina Cary, Kara Cox, Jessica Crackel, Katie Donaldson, Erin Donnell, Kacee Eaves, Kevin Espy, Cory Ferguson, Jonathan Fuchs, Nick Gilliam, McCall Graves, Sarah Guy, Jessica Hart, Clarissa Hayes, Chelsea Hogg, Jeylan Isa, Savannah Jones, Gwen Leland, Savannah London, Meredith Lones, Will Miller, Matt Moore, Colby Napper, Katherine Parker, Glennese Patterson, Maria Rodriguez, Brandon Smith, Candace Sergerson, Amber Victory, Trevor Wallace and Emily Williams.
Top Ten seniors — Will Miller, Katie Donaldson, Jonathan Fuchs, Andrew Berry, Glennese Patterson, Delaina Cary, Meredith Lones, Adam Alexander, Kacee Eaves and Kara Cox
Top Ten juniors — Matthew Roberson, Liesel Grossner, Barrett Marlowe, Michael Ruddy, Cory Luther, Chelsea Boyd, Kelsey Reed, Jerrie Carrington, Christopher Kelly and Carson Castellaw.
Top Ten sophomores — Alton Alexander, Kacee Warren, Diana Whitmore, Hope Montgomery, Krysten Harris, Megan Montgomery, Amber Ward, Katie Beth Vancleave, Brett Cash and Joseph Davis.
Top Ten freshmen — Chelsea Southerland, Megan Cook, Colton Woodward, Christina Jackson, Lauren Richards, Radford McDavid, Tabitha Brown, Lauren Jones, Heather Muirhead and Kristen Scobey.
Academic Decathlon, Blue Team — Honor Team: Chelsea Boyd, Will Miller, Michael Ruddy and Reid Wiggins; Scholastic Team: Kacee Sanders, Jordan Smith and Bret Shelton; and Varsity Team: Kyle Byassee, Josh Ferrell and Chase Roney.
Academic Decathlon, Red Team — Honor Team: Barrett Marlowe, Matthew Roberson and Kacee Warren; Scholastic Team: Levi Bell, Bradley Harris and Emily Morton; and Varsity Team: Kendal Byassee, Chelsea Hogg and Jonathan Woodruff.
Reading Counts — Freshman, Danielle Burress; sophomore, Dylan Burress; junior, Andrew Elam; and senior, Tiffany Hill.
National Society Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America — Christopher Kelly.
Tennessee Scholars graduates — Andrew Berry, Jacob Bloodworth, Austin Burrow, Kyle Byassee, DeLaina Cary, KC Covington, Kara Cox, Jessica Crackel, Katie Donaldson, Erin Donnell, Kacee Eaves, Cory Ferguson, Jonathan Fuchs, Nick Gilliam, McCall Graves, Cody Groeneveld, Sarah Guy, Jessica Hart, Clarissa Hayes, Chelsea Hogg, Jeylan Isa, Savannah Jones, Savannah London, Meredith Lones, Will Miller, Matt Moore, Colby Napper, Katherine Parker, Glennese Patterson, Lindsey Rainey, Brook Ruble, Bret Shelton, Brandon Smith, Kandace Tomlinson, Amber Victory, Chase Wallace, Trevor Wallace, Jeriann Webster and Emily Williams.
Mathematics — Algebra 1, Chelsea Southerland; Algebra 2, Reid Wiggins; Advanced Algebra/Trigonometry, Katie Donaldson; Geometry, Katie Hardin; Technical Geometry, Chasity Webb; Pre-Calculus, Barrett Marlowe; Calculus, Will Miller; Foundations 2, Amanda Bell; and Technical Math, Brandon Alexander.
Language Arts — Honors English 1, Chelsea Southerland; Honors English 2, Kacee Warren; Honors English 3, Chelsea Boyd; Honors English 4, Stetson Ford; English Composition, Katie Donaldson; Regular English 1, Krista Tate; Regular English 2, Amber Ward; Regular English 3, Allison Cary; Regular English 4, Karli Fagan; Broadcasting/Journalism, Jomykel Hepler; Spanish 1, Diana Whitmore; Spanish 2, Ramon Mendez; French 1, Alton Alexander; and French 2, Alex Rapp.
Health and sciences — Biology 1, Rad McDavid; Biology 2, Katie Donaldson; Chemistry 1, Alton Alexander; Chemistry 2, Matthew Roberson; Physics, Will Miller; Biology for Technology, Jonathan Kelly; Physical Science, Linda Geary; Environmental Science, Ethan Rudd; Health Science Education, Chelsea Hogg; Anatomy and Physiology, Clarissa Hayes; Diagnostic Medicine, Colby Napper; Clinical Internship, Satara Webb; Rehabilitation Therapies, Sarah Guy; and Emergency Medical Service, Chante Lozier.
Social Sciences — World Geography, Devin Palmer; American History, Spencer Terry; Wellness, Jacob Daniels; Economics, Jonathan Fuchs; Government, Katie Donaldson; Freshman Studies, Tabitha Brown; and Directed Studies, Gordon Davidson.
Business Arts — Accounting 1, Barrett Marlowe; Business Management, Kevin Espy; Work Skills, Larry Riley; Integrated Input Technology, Nancy Calkins; Computer Applications, Megan Cook; Desktop Publishing, Andrew Berry; Multimedia Design, D.J. Higgins; Life Skills, Montana Eaves; Family and Consumer Science, Megan Cook; Family and Parenting/Child Development, Kara Cox; Interpersonal Communications and Career Connections, Jailayia Werner; Nutrition and Foods 1, Amanda Goodman; Adult Living, Elora Davis; Culinary Arts, Jeriann Webster; Criminal Justice 1, Stephanie Glisson; and Criminal Justice 2, Martin Reyna.
Arts — Art 1, Megan Montgomery; Art 2, Hope Montgomery; Art 3, Crystal Rerick; Art 4, Stetson Ford; Annual Staff, McCall Graves; Piano Keyboarding, Michael Ruddy; and Vocal Music, Tiffany Hill.
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