RPAC announces 2021-22 ACT Recognition students

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

CURTIS, Neb. -- The Republican Plains Activity Conference has announced 2021-22 academic medalists based on ACT Scores.

The 2021 — 2022 Top Individual ACT Score was achieved by Damin Luedke, Paxton

Award level is based on ACT composite score with the following levels: Bronze medal—awarded to a student achieving a score of 24, 25 or 26, Silver medal—awarded to a student achieving a score of 27 or 28; Gold medal—awarded to a student achieving a score of 29 or higher.

All students listed are in the 12th grade.

Gold Medal Honoree(s): Grant McQuay, Alma Public Schools; Alese Williams, Arapahoe Public Schools; Johanna Ford, Bertrand Public Schools; Kayne Gonzalez, Bertrand Public Schools; Jordan Hilmer, Bertrand Public Schools; Autumn Deterding, Cambridge Public Schools; Dylan Downer, Cambridge Public Schools; Zachery McArthur, Cambridge Public Schools; Taylor Bailey, Dundy County Stratton Schools; Aimee Merrill, Hitchcock County Public Schools; Allyson Jay, Paxton Public Schools; Damin Luedke, Paxton Public Schools; Andrew Matson, Wallace Public Schools; Ainsley Strawder, Wallace Public Schools.

Silver Medal Honoree(s): Jason Stenka, Alma Public Schools; E Leslie Hillman, Arapahoe Public Schools; Grant Taylor, Arapahoe Public Schools; Wyatt Ervin, Cambridge Public Schools; Mark Nelms, Dundy County Stratton Schools; Layne Sutton, Dundy County Stratton Schools; Lindsey Rippen, Hitchcock County Public Schools; Ellery Simpson, Maxwell Public Schools; Jace Grunden, Maywood Public Schools; Shelby Rickert, Southern Valley Public Schools; Brianna Russell, Southern Valley Public Schools; Jesselyn Roland, Southwest Public Schools; Kassidy Wilcox, Southwest Public Schools.

Bronze Medal Honoree(s): Caleb Malone, Alma Public Schools; Jessica Pfeil, Alma Public Schools; Kendall Stemper, Alma Public Schools; Alexis Wolfe, Alma Public Schools; Hope Koller, Arapahoe Public Schools; Tracy Roskop, Arapahoe Public Schools; Hannah Whitson, Arapahoe Public Schools; Jonah Nelson, Bertrand Public Schools; Paige Klumpe, Cambridge Public Schools; Megan ten Bensel, Cambridge Public Schools; Ali Webb, Cambridge Public Schools; Lillian Wiese, Dundy County Stratton Schools; Katie Hrnchir, Hitchcock County Public Schools; Myah Essman, Maxwell Public Schools; McKenna Renner, Maywood Public Schools; Josie Callihan, Paxton Public Schools; Sierra Hicks, Paxton Public Schools.

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