Dozens of Redmond-area students qualified for the scholastic honor roll for winter term at Oregon State University, according to a news release.

Redmond students with a straight-A average — Lawrence L. Arefieg, junior; Tara B. Gabriel, senior; Cynthia D. Hanley, senior; Pernell C. Harris, senior; Jordyn L. Langeliers, senior; Meagan Looney, senior; Amanda E. Lovsness, senior; James D. Martinez, junior; Lisa D. Mathis, senior; Meriah F. Parker, junior; Jasmine I. Pina, junior; and Shayne D. Sensenbach, junior.

Redmond students with a 3.5 or better grade-point average — Mackenzie Anderson, junior; Grace K. Bollard, junior; Rebekah A. Cleary, freshman; Bradley A. Cook, senior; Guillermo De La Torre, senior; Liam R. Flynn, senior; Lynnea M. Fredrickson, junior; Jamie K. Garza, junior; Alexander D. Guyer, sophomore; Tyler L. Guyer, junior; Ashley L. Hagner, Senior; Cole E. Harris, junior; Jacob Hodges, senior; Joseph H. Kensey, senior, Biochemistry; Jessica A. King, senior; Rosalee M. Land, freshman; Dalton B. Lewis, junior; Tim J. Lieberenz, senior; Nicholas W. Lochner, senior; Ryan J. Lunsford, junior; Wesley L. McDaniel, senior; Macy J. McFetridge, freshman; Cordell A. McKinney, senior; Natalia A. Menshova, senior; Kristin Miller, junior; Abagail D. Murray, junior; Bryna K. O’Keefe, junior; Zachary L. Powell, senior; Ashlyn R. Rojas, freshman; Carol A. Saleta, senior; Jennifer R. Speaks, senior; Dakota N. Steen, senior; Zachary D. Taylor, freshman; Samantha L. Tullis, junior; Chad J. Wall, senior; Breanna L. Whitley, senior; Bethany J. Williams, junior and Jacob D. Young, sophomore.

Terrebonne — Senior Miranda N. Schmidt also had a 3.5-or-better GPA.

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