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61 to graduate from Riverview

Dillon Carr

Sixty-one Riverview High School seniors are set to graduate during commencement exercises Friday.

The ceremony will start at 7 p.m. at Riverside Park in Oakmont. In case of rain, the ceremony will move to the Tenth Street Elementary auditorium on Pennsylvania Avenue.

The school’s valedictorian is Cassandra DeBacco and the salutatorian is Grace Ison.

Here is a list of the graduates in alphabetical order:

Rachel A. Aber, Yasmeen M.G. Al-Khawaja; Mirjana M. Balkovec, Devon C. Binz, Noah D. Black, Benjamin P. Blacksmith, Carter C. Alexander Cameron, Michael J. Condron II, Devlin S. Costello, Angeleque S. Y’vonne Craighead, Katelyn N. Davis, Nathan M. Davis, Cassandra G. DeBacco, Megan J. Dell, Cody C. Demko, Samuel C. Dreher, Malin E. Eide, Destiny M. English, Leah E. Ford, Hunter R. Fritschie and Elizabeth M. Galupi;

Christopher T. Gibson, Veronica L. Gibson, Summer S. Girson, Jacob D. Glaser, Ryann V. Heffley, Celaine A. Hornsby, Christoph E. Hudack, Grace E. Ison, Allura J. Lynn Jendrasik, Madeline F. Katich, Meredith M. Kocur, Isabel M. Komaniak, Aubrey M. Lewis, Jared J. Massack, Tyler J. Mastrocesare, Richard D. Matassa, Destynn J. McLuckie, Kane M. McLuckie, Thomas McShea and Christopher W. Meising;

Seth R. Merryman, Louisa M. Miguez, Christopher J. Miller, Lucas M. Murphy, Lara E. Pietz, Annabella M. Porco, Joshua C. Preisner, Paige A. Presutti, Preston S. Proctor Jr., Matthew P. Rice, Brigette N. Rogers, Jennifer Rubio-Garcia, Ryan N. Slebrich, Ethan L. Snyder, Clay C. Solares, Luke D. Spinola, John R. Stock, Tyler A. Stoner, James D. Sykes IV and Michael N. Yots.

Dillon Carr is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Dillon at 412-871-2325, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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