Robyn Cyr

The daughter of Robert and Renee Cyr of Limington. Robyn was in the National Honor Society, Natural Helpers, Student Academic Mentors and was a student council representative.

She played varsity soccer and tennis. She was awarded the Kiwanis Award of Academic Excellence and all-academic team for soccer. Robyn hopes to attend a four-year college and study pre-medicine and psychology and to become a psychiatrist.

Maegen Johnson

The daughter of John and Susan Johnson of Steep Falls, Maegen has been active in the National Honor Society, Foreign Language Honor Society, and Fight Against Cancer Society.

She played varsity softball. Maegen received high honors and was listed in “Who’s Who Among American High School Students.” She will be attending the University of New England to study marine biology.

Joey Marro

The son of Lorraine and Dana Marro of Buxton, he has been active in the National Honor Society and Foreign Language Honor Society. He played varsity baseball and basketball.

He was nominated for Boy’s State, on the Southern Maine Athletic Association all-academic all star basketball team, 2007 varsity baseball Most Dedicated Award, 2008 Coaches’ Award in basketball and Kiwanis Honor Student Award. He plans to attend a four-year university to study international affairs.

Amanda Martin

She is the daughter of Vinny and Christine Martin of Standish. While in high school, Amanda has been active in the Foreign Language Honor Society and newspaper. She was a Kiwanis three quarter honor student. She will attend the University of Maine Orono in the fall.

Brian Moskevich

The son of Paul and Ellen Moskevich of Buxton, at Bonny Eagle he participated in the concert band, wind ensemble, pep band, and jazz band. He played basketball, baseball and golf. He received and the Kiwanis Club Award, Lab Chemistry Award, all-academic team for golf, and Most Dedicated for golf. He will attend Lebanon Valley College in Pennsylvania.

Victoria Negus

The daughter of Sandra and Rick Negus of Limington, she has been active in the National Honor Society as treasurer, Foreign Language Honor Society as secretary and Natural Helpers.

She was a captain on the varsity girls soccer team and ran outdoor track. Victoria was awarded the Junior Scholar Athlete award, AP U.S. History Award, St. Joseph’s Book Award, and Most Dedicated for varsity soccer. She will attend Brandeis University majoring in international and global studies.

Cassandra Pecoraro

The daughter of Janice Pecoraro of Limington, she has been active in the National Honor Society, Amnesty International, Model United Nations, International Club, Drama Club, and Student Mentors. She will attend Northeastern University with a major in music industry.

Rachel Porter

The daughter of Randall and Susan Porter of Buxton, Rachel was president of the Fight Against Cancer Society, in the National Honor Society, Foreign Language Honor Society, Prom Committee and Project Graduation. She was a captain of the varsity soccer team, and played on the indoor track, and softball teams.

She was nominated for the Maine Princeton Book Award, Girl’s State representative, high honor roll, English 9 and 10 Awards, Math 9 Award, and Southern Maine Athletic Association All-Academic Award. She plans to attend the University of Maine at Orono.

Amy Richardson

The daughter of Elizabeth and Jeffrey Richardson of Standish, she has been a president of the National Honor Society, participated in Foreign Language Honor Society and the Fight Against Cancer Society.

She was a captain of the lacrosse and field hockey teams. She received the Kiwanis Club Scholastic Achievement Award, Scholar Athlete Award twice, Lab Biology Award, Lab Physics Award, Economics Award, English II Award.

She was also named Field Hockey Most Dedicated Award and, first team All-State Field Hockey twice, a three time Southern Maine Athletic Association all star, an Southern Maine Athletic Association All-Academic Award winner, 2007 Player of the Year Western Maine Conference, two-time lacrosse most valuable player and Southern Maine Athletic Association second team all-conference. Amy plans to attend Babson or Wellesley in the fall to study economics.

Emily Soucy

The daughter of Robert and Debra Soucy of Standish, she was a member of the National Honor Society, Foreign Language Honor Society, Fight Against Cancer Society and was class vice president. She was a varsity soccer captain. Emily received the All Academic Award and Kiwwanis Club High Honors. She is attending the University of New Haven in the fall for dental hygiene.


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