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2021-22 Wrenshall High School Quarter 3 Honor Roll

The third-quarter honor rolls for Wrenshall High School.

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‘A’ Honor Roll

Olivia Aldridge, Natylee Anderson, Bryce Bartczak, Eli Beetcher, Gavin Beetcher, Kyler Clarke, Bethany Erjavec, Easton Everett, Sage Fernquist, Mason Goetz, Nathan Hamilton, Brie Hoglund, Tyler Iverson, Eathen Johnson, Jenna Johnson, Julieauna Johnson, Kaylie Lammi, Elliana Lattu, Joel Lembke, Tyler Mills, Alex Murray, Alexis Nelson, Andrew Olesen, Isaias Padilla, Kylie Parker, Reece Prouty, Abbie Resberg, Owen Resberg, Isabel Riley, Jack Riley, Molly Sheda, Janae Sjodin, Jeshua Sjodin, Magdalene Sowada, Kaya Stark, Birk Stensaas, Alexis Swanson, Eli Twedt, Nala Ward, Wesley Ward, Molli Williams.

‘B’ Honor Roll

Clarissa Andersen, Jesse Anderson, Joshua Anderson, Bruddy Axtell, Keely Bergman, Dakota Carbaugh, Corey Despot, Briar Fernquist, Landon Hammitt, Jordyn Harvey, David Hopp, Addison Hulgan, Taylor Hulgan, Brysen Jessup, Elizabeth Johnson, Gracelyn Johnson, Quinn Johnson, Natalya Kacer, Cory Kane, Mira Kilby, Mackenzie Kuehnow, Makenzie LaRue, Austin Larva, Shane Lavamaki, Eden Loucks, Uriah Loucks, Ryan Mattson, Abby McKay, Joseph Mills, Paige Olson, Andres Padilla, Audranna Padilla, Hanna Pearthree, Camden Peterson, Joseph Rubesh, Daylen Schmidt, Matthew Shaw, Lillian Vanderpoel, Leonard Wallace, Maddi Williams.

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