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CHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Thursday, January 17, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Norwalk warriors Page Seven NHS Activities By Al Lammers, Athletic Director Warrior Fans: We are now officially into our 2019 schedule. Bowling: The Norwalk Warriors hosted the Panthers from Knoxville, and the Panthers proved to be a bit better in picking up both the boy’s and girl’s matches over the Warrio‘rs. In the boys match, the Warriors were led by Junior Logan Duffy with a 325 series as well as in the Baker games by rolling 8 strikes and spares out of 11 frames. In the girls match, the Warriors were led by Freshman Macie Sylvester with a solid 299 series. Senior Tori Johnson led the Warriors in the baker games by going 7 strikes and spares out of 14 frames. Next up for the Warriors is a road trip to Bonduarant-Farrar, at The Great Escape bowling alley to take on the Blue Jays. Boys Basketball: The Warriors rolled to an easy 77-50, Little Hawkeye Conference .victory over the visiting Grinnell Tigers. Norwalk jumped out to a 21-6 first quarter lead and were never really threatened after that as Jr. Tyler Johnson dropped in a team high 26 points on 10-14 shooting including going 5-8 from beyond the arc. Jr. Bowen Born had 18 and Sr. Tyler Endres contributed a double-double with 18 pts and 12 rebounds. The victory improved the Warriors’ overall record to 8-3 and they are now 5-1 in conference play. Norwalk will next be back in action when they travel to DCG for a conference matchup with the Mustangs. Girls Basketball: The Warriors faced an arduous xileiiw‘ah 3‘” We. 33% ié'nVit-i ’IL‘i :..m<ém& 5 :wé i7?!» ‘.'i*‘l'\, HM!- \Hii‘iill‘f 2019 College Savings Iowa Deduction Amount State Treasurer Michael L. Fitzgerald has announced that the Iowa income tax deduction has once again been raised for those saving with College Savings Iowa.* “Iowa taxpayers can deduct the first $3,387 they contribute per beneficiary account from their state taxable income in 2019,” Fitzgerald said. “A married couple with two children will be able to deduct up to $13,548 in College Savings Iowa contributions on their 2019 state taxes.” Treasurer Fitzgerald is also reminding Iowa taxpayers that they may elect to contribute to their College Savings Iowa account up through the tax deadline for filing an individual Iowa state income tax return. “There is still time to contribute for 2018,” Fitzgerald added. “Iowa taxpayers can still contribute for the 2018 tax year up through April 30, 2019, and claim a 2018 tax deduction of up to $3,319 per College Savings Iowa account.” College Savings Iowa lets parents, grandparents, friends, and relatives invest for college on behalf of a future scholar. It takes just $25 and ten minutes to open an account online. Investors in the plan can withdraw their investment tax free to pay for qualified higher education expenses, which include tuition, books, supplies, and room and board at any eligible college, university, community college, or accredited technical training school in the United States or abroad.“ While participants do not need to be an Iowa resident to invest in the plan, they do need to be an Iowa taxpayer to take advantage of the Iowa income tax deduction.‘ For more information about College Savings Iowa, call 888-672-9116 or visit CollegeSavingsIowa.com. l'i‘n’ , ~13 «..<t‘ .r It~12 z m Mame a,,stkfimmwxwxhawaroynx: Iowa Corn “Future of Agriculture” Scholarships Available The Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) and the Iowa Corn Promotion Board (ICPB) are again offering the Iowa Corn Future of Agriciilture scholarships to aid in the development of future talent for the Iowa agriculture industry. This year, Iowa Corn will award sixteen (16) $1,000 one—year scholarships to deserving, qualified students enrolled at an accredited U.S. 2-year or 4-year junior college, college or university, or graduate school, in a program of study that can equip the student to contribute to the agriculture‘industry in Iowa. “A factor in the future success of Iowa corn growers and Iowa agriculture is the ability of Iowa Corn to offer support, relevant programming, advocacy and services to those entering Iowa’s agricultural sector,” said Larry Buss, an ICPB director and farmer from Logan who chairs the Iowa Corn Grassroots Network, Membership & Checkoff (GNMC) Committee. “This scholarship program provides some relief toward tuition, school supplies or student housing. 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