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Warrensburg graduates granted scholastic awards

WARRENSBURG - The following Warrensburg Central School graduates were bestowed with schoscholastic awards as described during the recent commencement ceremonies held at the school:

Teagan Rafferty: Highest Average in Math 12 and Spanish, Highest Physic Regents Grade, Advanced Placement Awards in Two Courses, Honor Society Award, Sobering Thoughts Award, United States Army Reserve Award Certificate, W.C.S. Sports Booster Club Award, and a Top Ten Students' Medallion.

Nicole Newell: Highest Average in AP English, Physics, Economics AR, Government AR, AP Calculus, Spanish, Chorus, Music, Theory, Band, Advanced Placement Courses in Four Courses, the W.C.S. Board of Education Highest Average, David W. McKee Memorial Award, Honor Society Award, John Philip Sousa Band Award, Nina S. & Noble H. Harpp Memorial Award, and a Top Ten Students' Valedictorian Medallion.

Erika Gundel: Highest Average in Spanish, Advanced Placement Award in Two Courses, Honor Society Award, and the Top Ten Students' Salutatorian Medallion.

Noah Davis: Community Fund Drive Award, Honor Society Award, W.C.S. Sports Booster Club Award, Top Ten Students' Medallion, Highest Average in Industrial Arts, and Advanced Placement Award in Three Courses.

Katarina Edwards: Frederick Flynn Memorial Award, Honor Society Award, and a Top Ten Students' Medallion.

Casey Combs: Advanced Placement Award in Three Courses, Cliff and Dolly Combs Memorial Award, Seth D. Wagner Combs Award, and a Top Ten Students' Medallion.

Davida Paniccia: Advanced Placement Award in Two Courses, Honor Society Award, and a Top Ten Students' Medallion.

Justin Sabattis: Highest Average in English AR, Algebra II, Honor Society Award, Lauren Zarczynski/Jamie Haskell Award, and a Top Ten Students' Medallion.

Callee Baker: Highest Average in French and Art, Honor Society Award, Permanent Student Art Collection Award, Woodmen of the World Lodge #1015 Award, and a Top Ten Students' Medallion.

Dakota Fuller: Advanced Placement Award for Three Courses, Honor Society Award, and a Top Ten Students' Medallion.

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