MEGAN A. CORSON

MEGAN A. CORSON

WISCASSET

Wiscasset High School has announced the following members of the class of 2013 have earned the distinction of “Top Scholars.”

These seven seniors each have a cumulative gradepoint average of 3.5 or higher. Following tradition, the Top Scholars are announced in alphabetical order:

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Megan A. Corson. She serves as a school leader in many ways. Corson is president of the National Honor Society, vice president of Student Council, Treasurer of the Class of 2013, and captain of the cheerleading and softball teams. She is a member of the chorus, math team, the Yearbook Committee, and is a Middle School Mentor.

BRANDON S. DELANO

BRANDON S. DELANO

Corson’s community service includes volunteering with Special Olympics and District III Auditions. Her junior year, Croson received the Smith College Book Award and she was a Girls State Delegate.

She is the daughter of Rachel Corson of Wiscasset. She will study nursing at the University of Maine.

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Brandon S. Delano. An outdoor enthusiast, Delano enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, biking and camping with the Outing Club. Golf, fishing and amateur photography are his hobbies. He has been active as a Middle School Mentor and is a member of the National Honor Society. A Top Ten sophomore, Delano is consistently on the honor roll and has perfect attendance for all four years of high school. He received the St. Michael’s College Book Award his junior year.

HEIDI M. PINKHAM

HEIDI M. PINKHAM

Delano is the son of Scott and Leslie Delano of Wiscasset. He will attend Husson University in Bangor in the fall to study environmental science.

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Heidi M. Pinkham. She has distinguished herself on the athletic fields and courts of Wiscasset High School. Pinkham is a four-year member of the basketball, cross country, and softball teams serving as captain of each team. She has been selected for the Mountain Valley Conference All-Star Teams for cross country and softball, as an Academic All-Star Athlete in fall sports for the Mountain Valley Conference, and she has received the WHS Coach’s Award and Most Valuable Runner Award.

KYLE E. SHUTE

KYLE E. SHUTE

Pinkham was a Top Ten sophomore, received the St. Michael’s College Book Award her junior year, and has received academic awards in Spanish, math, English and art. She is a member of the Student Council, the Yearbook Committee, and is secretary of the Class of 2013. She has volunteered for Special Olympics, is a Middle School Mentor, and is a graduation hostess for the Class of 2012.

ALYSSA M. URQUHART

ALYSSA M. URQUHART

The daughter of Louanne and Michael Pinkham Sr. of Wiscasset, Pinkham will attend the University of Southern Maine to major in elementary education.

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Kyle E. Shute. He brings his dedication and cheerful attitude to a wide variety of school activities. Shute as been a four-year member of the cross-country and track teams and has served as an athletic timekeeper for basketball. For four years he has also been a member of the chorus, played the flute in the band, and been active on and off stage in the Drama Club. Shute is a member of the National Honor Society, the Outing Club, and Student Council. He was a Top Ten sophomore, a Boys State Delegate and received the Williams College Book Award his junior year.

CORMAC G. WALSH

CORMAC G. WALSH

Shute is the son of Lynne Flaccus and Greg Shute of Alna. He will attend the University of Maine to major in wildlife ecology.

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Alyssa M. Urquhart. She is a student with talent in many areas. Urquhart received the Phi Beta Kappa Academic Achievement Award and the Colby College Book Award her junior year, was a Top Ten sophomore, and a Girls State Delegate. She has performed the National Anthem with her beautiful voice for many WHS events and has participated in chorus. As a member of the Drama Club, she has been in several play productions. She has been active in the Outing Club all four years of high school. A vital member of the cross-country, track, and swim teams, Urquhart has served as captain of the swim team for three years. She is a member of National Honor Society, the math team, Student Council, and is co-president of her class.

MADELINE D. WEHRLE

MADELINE D. WEHRLE

Urquhart is the daughter of Carl and Lori Urquhart of Alna. She will attend the University of Maine in the fall.

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— Cormac G. Walsh. He has been a member of the track team at WHS and has participated in football and power lifting all four years on teams outside of the school community. Walsh served as captain of the football team and has held the state bench press record for 16- and 17- year-olds.

Walsh is a member of the National Honor Society, was a Top Ten Sophom ore, received the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Award as a junior, and was a Boys State Delegate. He is active in the civil rights team, the drama club, math team, Student Council, and has been a Middle School Mentor. Walsh also participated in the Model United Nations Program.

The son of Mark Walsh of Wiscasset and Jude Neveux of Biddeford, Walsh will attend Bates College to study biology and biochemistry.

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Madeline D. Wehrle. Her determination and motivation have made her a valuable asset to the school comm unity. Wehrle has acted as class treasurer and vice president and is a vital member of the math team, outing club, and National Honor Society. Wehrle has played the clarinet in the band, volunteered as a Middle School Mentor, and participated in basketball, soccer, and track. She attended the Mount Desert Biological Research Summer Internship Program.

Wehrle is the daughter of Ginger Wehrle and Paul Wehrle of Wiscasset. She will study bioengineering at the University of Maine in the fall.


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