Tuesday, July 31, 2001
Seton graduate on dean's list
Victoria Denham, of Delhi Township, was named to the winter quarter dean's list at Ohio State University.
The graduate of Seton High School spent her spring quarter studying intensive Spanish and Mexican culture in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Tehila Wise, a seventh-grader at Yavneh Day School, placed first overall out of students from 50 schools competing in the Southwest Ohio regional Power of the Pen creative writing competition.
Jonathan Wallace, a senior at Moeller High School, has been awarded an Army ROTC Scholarship and will attend Xavier University. He is the son of Elaine and Wayne Wallace of Loveland.
Knight of St. Patrick
Andy Powell was named a Knight of St. Patrick at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Based on service, leadership and scholarship, it is the highest honor awarded by the School of Engineering. He was also named to the dean's list each of his eight semesters.
Mr. Powell received a bachelor's degree in engineering majoring in materials engineering and was named as a Class of 2001 Top 100 by the University Alumni Association.
The graduate of St. Xavier High School is the son of Joan and Mike Powell of West Chester Township. He has accepted employment with GE Aircraft Engines in Sharonville in the Edison Engineering Leadership Program.
The Cincinnati Junior Cyclones Mite A/AA ice hockey travel team won six major tournaments last season. They were the Silver Stick Mid-Am Region Champions, Sports Plus Mid-Season Tournament Champions, International Silver Stick Final 4 Champions, Mite AA Buckeye Tournament Champions, Detroit Sports Extravaganza Tournament Champions and the Nashville C&W Showdown Tournament Champions.
The 7-, 8- and 9-year-old team members were: Patrick Murphy, Mark Terhar, Joshuah Miller, Ian Drake, Kurt Von Zychlin, Jake Michalak, Cameron June, Drew Kinman, Ryan Denney, Joey Breslin, Brennan Kallmyer, Hunter Long and Josh Fogel. Coaches were Joe Murphy, Rick June and Pat Kallmyer.
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