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Burrell High School Class of 2014

| Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 12:56 a.m.
Erica Dietz | Valley News Dispatch
From left, Ashley Szymkowiak, Valerie Szypulski and Brady Taraborrelli pause and reflect during the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of Burrell High School's graduation ceremony held at the high school gymnasium on Tuesday, June 10, 2014.

Presenting the Burrell High School Class of 2014:

Rachel Acre, Joshua Adams, Alec Albinini, Michaela Alcorn, Jesse Allan, John Andrejcik, Corey Arabia, Ean Arnold, Kiley Artman, Natalie Artman, Joel Baker, Kacy Baker, Krysta Baxter, Derrick Beattie, Eric Bevilacqua, Olivia Bibza-Morrow, Elizabeth Boggs, Nicholas Bradstreet.

Brennan Brothers, Cody Brown, Emma Brown, Colton Butler, Kaylyn Cameron, Kristen Cardenas, Nicholas Caruso, Jessica Cercone, Daisy Chapman, Rosee Chapman, Marco Ciapetta, Marisa Ciapetta, Megan Coffman, Colton Conway, Alexis Davenport, Ryan Davis, Abigail Desiderato, Alissa Dolensky, Travis Donaldson.

Baylee Eaton, Steven Edwards, Corey Falleroni, Amber Fennell, Andrew Fisher, Logan Fitzmaurice, Justin Fleck, Darcy Foster, Mackenzie Fox, Jeffrey Gartley, McKenzie Gordon, Aubrey Grazier, Fabian Green, Justin Hall, Isaac Hannah, Brianna Hawk, Alexsandra Heller, Tyler Horwatt, Marie Hough.

Benjamin Johnson, Cameron Johnson, Tyler Johnson, Allison Jordan, Kami Kaczanowicz, Conner Kapelewski, Nicholas Kastelic, Megan Kennedy, Austin King, Melissa Knox, Olamide Kolawole, Omolade Kolawole, Jillian Kuruc, Shawn Lamberton, Avery Lang, Gregg Leipertz, Taylor Lender, Jordan Lettrich, Amanda Linden.

Madison Locke, David Ludwig, Scott Mahan, Mark Makowski, Christina Malak, Dustin Malone, Jaila Manga, Shannon Mazzei, Jonathan Mazzei, Cheyana McCall, Jordan McCreight, Sara McIntyre, Austin Metnick, Devan Middleby, Lucas Misera, Daniel Montgomery.

Matthew Mrozek, Drek Mrvan, Stephen Murphy, Jacob Myers, Hannah Neff, Kayla O'Donnell, Kelsey Oddis, Michael Okobi, Makenzie Okopal, Ryam Olean, Nicholas Pattock, Miranda Peel, Rachel Piazza, Cassidy Pollick, Mitchell Pollino, Anthony Potts, Katerina Procyk, Eric Puglin, Haylee Roach, Jake Rude, Casey Rupert.

Kayla Rusak, Samantha Sandrey, Sydney Santucci, Cassidy Schafer, Matthew Schaub, Brandon Scholze, Catelynn Seinera, Alexandra Sharick, Brittany Sharick, Emily Sharick, Samantha Shepherd, Eva Smittle, Thomas Spagnolo, Hannah Speedy, Thomas Suppa, Thomas Swigart.

Ashley Szymkowiak, Valerie Szypulski, Brady Taraborrelli, Jaclyn Tinnemeyer, Samantha Tobin, Chad Tonks, Jacon Tuminella, Mitchul Wadsworth, Natasha Wadsworth, Evan West, Cody Wolfe, Brent Zanella.

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