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Thursday, January 17, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine By Tracee Saltz Tuesday, Dec. 18, the Norwalk Warriors wrest- led Grinnell and Roosevelt at home. The results of this dual are as follows: First, Norwalk met with Grinnell. The dual began with junior Kevin Onstot (182) from Nor-walk and senior Jack Leshen (182) of Grinnell. Leshen secured a fall in the 2nd period. After Onstot came sophomore Trystan Minnis (195) of Norwalk against sopho- more Anthony Clayton of Grinnell. Clayton secured another fall for GrinneU. Up next we saw Zach Swanson (220) with senior Austin Warrington of Grinnell. Warrington se- cured a 3rd fall for Grinnell. The Warriors were open at 285, so we had to forfeit that round to Grinnell. This gives us, at this point: Norwalk 0, Grinnell 24. Things do seem to be look- ing rough for our Warriors. So we forge on and send out Dylan DeFreece (106) for Norwalk to wrestle Connor McKay (106) of Grinnell. DeFreece successfully se- cures a fall for Norwalk and gives the Warriors a much needed boost. All it takes is one good pin! Because next we saw Michael Riordan (113) of Norwalk also se- cure a fall against Jacob Staroska of Grinnell. This 4 now sh. ,vs t], team scores tobeNo,vall; ?.,Grinnel124. Foll(  ow :wo falls in a row, W :ior enny Onstot (120) -t t next with Dalton Kie (120) from Grinne  Kie: secures an- other fa: for  ;s t'.:am. Jack Bucholx (12( '.: a a for- feited round )r iorwalk since Ginneh was open at that weight class. Norwalk's Zach John- ston (132) x as up next against Jost Crawford (132). Joiinsto an exciting guy to war h wrestle, earned xIor, alk a four- point major decision with his 11 point over Craw- ford's fc:lr. , !er Johnston came ;:.nother exciting Warrriot " to  atch, Austin Pierangeli :138), who decisioted Garrett Jay (138), Grnnel Points were Pierang ii 9, J:- : 3 at the end of the tldrd  ;eriod. Then our Jessie Cowie (145) lost a major decisioned match against Brody Beck (145) of GrinnelL Cowie scored three. B,ick scored 14 at the end of the third period. We again watch Casey Ru- dolph (152) of Norwalk lose a decisioned match against Kenny Clark (152) from GrinnetI. Rudolph scored two, Clark scored eight. Team scores at this point are Norwalk 25, Grinnell 37. Then up comes Dusten Norwalk Wrestling News "Saltz (160) from Norwalk of Roosevelt, scored two who wins a major decisioned match against Bryce Lidtka (160), Grin- nell. Saltz scored 12 points, Lidtka scored four. Our fi- nal match is between Nathan Johnston (170) of Norwalk against Julio Sanchez (170) from Grin- nell. Sanchez secured the fall for Grinnell, giving this dual a final score of Norwalk 29, Grinnell 43. Next we faced Roosevelt beginning with our 220- pound wrestlers.- Zach Swanson for Norwalk met up with Xavier Natera for Roosevelt. Natera secured the first fall of the evening putting Roosevelt on the board first with six points. Norwalk won the next two forfeited matches with Dylan Defreece (106) and Michael Riordan (113). Kenny Onstot (120) of Norwalk lost the next match when Jacon Kris- tensen (120) of Roose-velt secured a fall against him. The team scores at this point of the dual are Norwalk 12, Roosevelt 12 and we have a tie. Zach Johnston (126) then secured Norwalk a fall against Charlie Rose (126) of Roosevelt followed by our Ryley Smith (132) who wrestled Jacob Harman (132) into overtime with a tied score of 6 to 6. Harman, SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *DR. 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Well, Warrior wres- tler Johnston (170) secures yet another fall for US against Reggie Jones Jr. of Roosevelt. That's what hap- pened next. Can we keep it going? As a matter of fact, Onstot (182) does just that when he wins a major de- cision against John Kluding (182) of Roosevelt with his 12 points scored. We then watched Try- stan Minnis (195), of Nor- walk, wrestle hard against Sawyer Kochel (195) of Roosevelt. Rochel won a major decision over Minnis in the final match of the evening. The final scores of the dual were Norwalk 46, Roosevelt 22. Feel free to double check my math. I was so proud of our guys I may have lost track some- where. Our first dual of the New Year took place Thursday evening, Jan. 3, at Pella. The Norwalk Wrestling War- riors first wrestled the fellas from Pella. The dual began with our 120-pounder, Onstot. Onstot wrestled against Levi Azinger of Pella who secured a fall, putting Pella on the board first. Zach Johnston (126) then came out and won a decisioned match against Chase Perry (126), Pella. After Onstot and Johnston came Ryley Smith (132) and Pierangeli (138), who took two forfeits for Norwalk giving us an early team score of Pella 6, Norwalk 15. Next we saw Hunter England (145) go up against Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday ! LIBRARY HOURS. Monday- Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays (Memorial Day-Labor Day) a freshman from Pella, Jake Speltz (145). After three grueling periods, Speltz wins a major decision over England. Rudolph (152) then wrestled Dillon DeJong (152) from Pella. DeJong se- cured a fall against Rudolph, putting Pella back in the lead on the scoreboard. Only briefly though, for up next came Saltz (160) who won a ma- jor decisioned match against Johnny Blauw (160) and put Norwalk back on top. Nathan Johnston (170) then stepped onto the mat to take the forfeit round as Pella was again open at this weight class. Our team scores are now Pella 16, Norwalk 25. The next exciting round was won by Onstot (182), who secured us a fall score of six against Bryce Dawson (182). Senior Erich Voitel (195) began his varsity wrestling season by secur- ing us another fall wres- tling with Logan Van Bro- gan (195) from Pella. We are looking good tonight. The next three rounds were won by forfeit by Zach Swanson (285), Trevor Baack (106) and Chase Fouts (113) bringing the final score to PeUa 16, Norwalk 61. Without much of a break, the Warriors came back out to wrestle Ottum- wa next. This round of matches began with Johnston (126) securing a fall right away against Chance Courtney,(126) from Ottumwa. It can't be easy to wrestle teams back to back for these guys. However, our guys sol- diered on and Ryley Smith (132) came out and gave his all for three periods against Wyatt Schlotter winning by decision over Smith. Warrior Pierangeli (138) came out to face Ottumwa's Juan Aldaba (138) and se- cured a fall against Aldaba. Following next came En- gland (145) Norwalk, wres- tling Karsten Van Velsor (145), who secured a fall for Ottumwa in the first pe- riod. We have team scores at this point, Norwalk 12 and Ottumwa 9. Rudolph (152) secured a fall for the Warriors in the second period against Chase Wood (152). The mo- mentum only continues for Norwalk when Saltz (160) won a decisioned match against Tad Howard (160). Then Warrior wrestlers Johnston (170) and Onstot (182) both secured falls against Ottumwa's Isaiah Cox (170) and Skylar Genners (182). Now the team scores are Norwalk 33, Ottumwa 9. It is impos- sible not to feel pride watching our Warriors do so well after wrestling back to back duals. Next up senior Erich Voitel (195) wrestled one very intense match against Levi Cobler (195) from Otturnwa. The match ends up being a major decision win for Voitel. Trystan Minnis (220) then secured a fall for Norwalk when he wrestled Lucas Lunsford (220) from Ottumwa fol- lowed by Kevin Childs (285) securing a fall or Ottumwa over Swanson (285). This brings "the team scores to Norwalk 43, wa 15. Baack for the Warriors lost his match against Alec Clark (106) after Clark se- cured a fall in the third pe- riod. Fouts (113) then stepped up and won a decisioned match against Collin McConnell (113). Then the final match was a win for Ottumwa as Jeff Cox (120) secured a fall against Onstot (120). This makes the final scores for this dual, Norwalk 46, Ottumwa 27. How proud are you of our Warriors? NORWALK INSURANCE SERVICES [,'.