Tuesday, May 15, 2001
Sycamore grad on UC dean's list
Social services major Devon Husband was named to the autumn quarter dean's list at the University of Cincinnati.
The graduate of Sycamore High School is the daughter of Cheryl and David Risher of Symmes Township.
Three local skaters won medals at the USA Roller Sports Quad National Speed Championships in Casselberry, Fla.
Sheila Clark of West Chester Township placed first and Shelley Meinersof Lawrenceburg placed second in the Master Ladies Division. The teammates also joined to take the silver medal in the Masters 2-Woman Relay Race.
Billy Culhane, of Wyoming, skated to a national silver medal in the Junior Men's Division.
Maureen Heintz, assistant principal at Colerain High School, was named the PTA Educator of the Year for Northwest Local School District.
The following have accepted academic scholarships from Xavier University:
Laura Thoman, who attends Mother of Mercy High School. The daughter of Sari and Thomas Thoman of Bridgetown plans to major in biology (premed) and Spanish.
Elizabeth Arnett, who attends Reading High School, daughter of Judy and Gerald Arnett of Reading.
Jennifer Groh, who attends Mother of Mercy High School. The daughter of Carol and Michael Groh of Cleves plans to major in early childhood education and Spanish.
Brian Schaeper, of Loveland, who attends Moel ler High School. He intends to major in theology.
Joseph Drennan, of Lakota West High School, son of Debbie and Dennis Drennan of West Chester Township.
Sean Ernst, of Bridgetown, who attends Elder High School. He is planning to major in business or education.
Nicholas Imholte, who is home-schooled. The son of Beth and John Imholte of Finneytown intends to major in math.
Recipients of these Xavier scholarships must rank in the top 25 percent of their high-school class and achieve a 25 or higher on the ACT or 1,130 or higher on the SAT.
Call (513) 755-4164. Fax: 755-4150. Mail: Congrats, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069.
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