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Devin Pascoe, daughter of Greg and Beverly Pascoe of Jacksonville, Fla., is a graduate of Stanton College Prep. She was a National Merit finalist and a member of the varsity lacrosse team. Pascoe plans to major in advertising.

Elizabeth Sinclair, daughter of Daniel and Mary Sinclair of St. Louis, Mo., is a graduate of Cor Jesu Academy. She was a member of the National Honor Society and recipient of high honors all four years. She was class vice-president for two years and class president for two years. She captained the varsity basketball team and soccer team for two years. Sinclair plans to major in business.

Allie Turgeon, daughter of Peter and Lisa Turgeon of Andover, Conn., is a graduate of Rham High School. A National Merit commended student and AP scholar, she was a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society and varsity track and field team. She performed mission work in Costa Rica and Mexico and had her work published in two magazines, Teen Ink and Reptiles. Turgeon plans on studying biology, Spanish and Italian.

Luke Wachsmuth, son of Paul and Rhonda Wachsmuth of Kingston, Ga., is a graduate of Cartersville High School, where he was valedictorian, National Merit Scholar, AP scholar with honor, student body president and captain of the swim team. Wachsmuth plans on majoring in biology and international relations.

Tyler Alion, son of Dan and Lu Anne Alion of Charlotte, N.C., is a graduate of Providence High School, where he was president of the Tri-M Honors Society and horn line captain of the marching band. Alion plans on majoring in physics and music.

Amy Yanicak, daughter of Michael and Mary-Joy Yanicak of Charlotte, N.C., is a graduate of Ardrey Kell High School, where she was member of the National Honors Society and Mu Alpha Theta. She was secretary of the Tri-M music honor society and the culinary club and a member of the Latin club. She captained the marching band and was first chair alto saxophone the wind ensemble and jazz band. She was a member of the chamber choir and was awarded in outstanding musicianship award. She also volunteered with the YMCA and Special Olympics. Yanicak plans on majoring in pharmacy.

By Office of Media Relations

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