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Northwestern High School honored the outstanding seniors of the class of 2014 at the Senior Honors Banquet April 25.

Brenda Jurek of the Northwestern High School faculty was the chairperson for the event. Michael Hintzman Music Teacher and Department Chairperson at the Maple School District was the guest speaker.

The School District of Maple congratulates the honored seniors:

Brayden Bartelt, Distinguished Athlete, Physical Education.

Tyler Blair, U.S. Army.

Duane Lindgren, DECA, SADD.

Julia Burhans, Yearbook.

Wesley Clark, Principal’s.

Megan Dirkes, Top 10%.

Brandee Dittbrender, U.S. Army, Yearbook.

Ryan Dolsen, Principal’s.

David Fechtelkotter, Spanish.

Lucas Freeman, DECA.

Josephine Fudally, Top 10%.

Cassandra Fuller, Physical Education, FCCLA.

Hannah Fuller HON Academic All Conference, Commencement Speaker, Top 10%.

Jean Germano, HON Academic All Conference, One Act Plays, Commencement Speaker, Newspaper/Octagon, Top 10%, Quiz Bowl.

Damerkhan Ibralinov, AFS.

Jay Karich, Outstanding Senior Athlete.

Molly Lattery, National School Choral, WIAA Scholar Athlete, Outstanding Senior Athlete.

Semper Fidelis Band Award.

Bret Little, Top 10%.

Mason Lomard, FBLA, Yearbook, SADD.

Morgyn Lombard, Dance Team State/Captain, Office Assistant.

Tyler Maki, ACDA Leadership Award, FACT.

Joseph Markon, Top 10%, Commencement Speaker.

Macy Meteraud, Principal’s Award.

Jonathan Nelson, Science, Mathematics.

Jeb Pflug, DECA.

Krysta Pooler, Principal’s.

Makenna Sadenwasser, Fine Arts.

Reggie Semanko, Distinguished Senior Athlete, Most Valuable Athlete.

Duane Lindgren, Top 10%.

Matthew Stai, National School Choral, HON Academic All Conference, Forensics – State Acting Award, English, Top 10%, Commencement Speaker.

Louise Armstrong Jazz Award, Quiz Bowl.

Deanna Trzynka, Top 10%.

Josiah Vik, WIAA Scholar Athlete, Most Valuable Athlete, John Philip Sousa.

Melissa Walsh, Fine Arts, Social Studies.