Sunday, August 19, 2001


Colerain graduate scores top GPA

        Brian Bucholtz, an environmental engineering major at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the spring semester and was named to the dean's list for the fourth consecutive semester.

        A graduate of Colerain High School, he is the son of Elliott and Jude' Bucholtz of Colerain Township.

Scholastic winners

               Anderson High School posted two state championship teams and two individual divisional state champions in the Ohio Tests of Scholastic Achievement.

        Senior Josh Vogt, divisional state champion, led the senior English team to its 11th divisional state championship. The junior English team also won the divisional state championship.

        Sophomore Leah Zoller, divisional state champion, led the sophomore team to a third-place finish, while the freshman team placed fifth in the state.

Latin achievement

               Laura Hart, a sophomore at St. Ursula Academy, achieved a perfect score on the 2001 National Latin Exam. Only 1,230 students out of 112,000 who participated in the United States, Australia, Belgium, Canada, England, Italy, Japan, New Zealand and Zimbabwe attained this distinction.

        Laura is the daughter of Eileen and Michael Hart of Anderson Township.

Scholarship awards

               The Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 10 has awarded college scholarships to the following students:

        Adam Hildebrand of Oak Hills High School; Nicholas Taylorof La Salle High School; Carl Pratt Jr. of Cincinnati State Technical & Community College; Shan non Lively of the University of Dayton; and Aaron Clark and Melanie Tryon of Raymond Walters College of the University of Cincinnati.

        The scholarships are awarded to veterans or their dependents who display character, community involvement and academic achievement.

Medical degree

               Erin Tarr has graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She is a graduate of Lakota High School and the University of Dayton.

        The daughter of Robert and Barbara Tarr of Liberty Township will do her family practice residency at Grant Medical Center in Columbus.

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