Patterson honors top scholar-athletes
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A total of 43 athletes, 21 boys and 22 girls earned the distinction of being named the 2012-13 Patterson High School Scholar-Athletes on Wednesday, May 22.

To be named a scholar-athlete, an athlete must maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA for each grading period and must letter in a varsity sport.

Seniors

Ethan Albrigo, baseball

J.T. Aguilar, basketball

Claudia Barron, soccer

Gracie Bradley, cross country and soccer

John Brouse, tennis

Lauren Cabonce, tennis and swimming

Jennifer Camberos, tennis

Michael D’Onofrio, swimming

Joey Howard, cross country, wrestling and tennis

Isabella Howell, swimming

Skylar Job, basketball

Sandy Luo, tennis

Robert McDonnell, football

Megan McWilliams, track and field

Blake Mahan, football

John Minton, basketball and tennis

Paul Pineda, wrestling

James Shugan, tennis

Lizvette Villafana, swimming

Juniors

Jovannah Arrington, basketball

Oscar Calderon, football

Michael Campbell, football

Jacob Gomez, football and baseball

Dayna Hansen, golf, basketball and softball

Brooke Hejnal, soccer

Kiara Job, volleyball and basketball

Brissa Nunez, swimming

Mariele Schut, volleyball

Sadie Schut, volleyball and softball

Evelyn Silvas, swimming

Jake Thompson, baseball

Sophomores

Bailey Boschi, volleyball and softball

Avree Chairez, tennis

Maria Cortez, volleyball

Dylan Halland, tennis

Freshmen

Shawn Apostol, wrestling and swimming

Anthony Francis, swimming

Justin Gonzalez, wrestling

Keith Gordon, swimming

Steven Halseth, swimming

Danielle Jenkins, basketball

Alejandra Munoz, swimming

Julissa Saltos, swimming

Contact Marc Aceves at 892-6187, ext. 28, or marc@pattersonirrigator.com.

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