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Norwalk Warriors I Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, January 22, 2015 Wrestlers Are Conference Champions ::::: :: : i :::: " Norwalk Warrior Wres- tling punctuated Senior Night Thursday, Jan. 15, with a victory over Grinnell 49-13. They se- cured their place as out- right CONFERENCE CHAMPS with the victory. Senior wrestlers Chase Fouts, Jesse Cowie, Riley Smith,Trystan Minnis, Blake Hoover, Zach Kelley and Manager Abby Livingston hold the Se- niors sign, along with head coach Brandon Schmitz. The varsity wrestlers have enjoyed much success this sea- son with much more to come. Senior Cheerleaders Jessica Cross and Allison Stanley continue to lead the squad in support of the wrestlers. Follow Norwalk wrestling on Twitter @warrior_wrestle to keep up-to-date on the matches and the team. Photos submitted. Twin Rivers Softball Norwalk Twin Rivers games before the end-of- uniform sizes will be avail- Softball League's 2015 reg- season tournament. There able at registration for cor- istration at the Norwalk will be a Twin Rivers Soft- rect sizing and fit. The cost Easter Public Library is ball League Tournament atis $75 plus uniform. Vol- Saturda} Jan. 24 and Sat- the end of the season forunteers may be needed. urday, Jan. 31 from 10:30 each division. For more information, a.m. to 12:00 p.m. both All new players must emaildukesl2h2@gmail. days. show up at registration to com. Softball Divisions are try on uniforms. Sample Minor League: Grades 3-4 and Major League: Grades Fort Des Moines 5-6. Games will be Tuesday Little League Baseball and Thursday evenings Fort Des Moines Little League 2015 Baseball Sign-up starting in late April and is set for Saturdays Jan. 31 and Feb. 7, at Southridge continue through June. Mall. Use the skating ring entrance. Registration both Minors games begin at days is'from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 5:15 p.m. and Majors Registration fees are Barn Barn (3 & 4), $55; T-Ball (5 games begin at approxi- & 6), $75; Rookie (7), $85; 8-year-old, $90; Minor/Major mately 6:30-6:45 (follow- (9-12), $100; and Jr./Sr. (13-16), $115. There is a family ing the completion of the cap of $225. Registration after February 7 will be assessed a $20 Minors game). NTRSUis a late sign-up fee. traveling league. Games Each player is expected to sell one box of candy bars, are played in Churchville, or they may buyout of the fund-raiser for $30. Lacona, Milo, Norwalk, St. Parents will not be required to work the concession Marys, Truro and stand. Winterset. For more information, contact Jon, 554-7471, or Minors and Majors Cayanna, 689-2664. teams will play 12-15 You also may sign up online at http:// eteamz.active.com/FDMLL/. NHS Activities Director I I By A1 Lammers Bowling The Norwalk Warriors traveled to Cardinal Lanes to take on the Newton Cardi- nals for first place in the Little Hawkeye conference. The Warriors got off to a slow start and trailed Newton by 143 pins after the first round. Austin Artwein led the Warriors with a fine series of 377. TheWarriors started their comeback with a great 236 in the first baker game. Norwalk wiped out their deficit by the second game with a 190 game. Norwalk then held off a Newton rally to win the Conference meet 2,584 to 2,566. Freshman Caleb Bangs led the Warriors with a perfect 10 for 10 in the baker games. Norwalk also took on the Knoxville Panthers and came up short with a final score of 2,776 to 2,584. The Lady Warriors also did well at Cardinal Lanes, but came up short against Newton in a conference match as well as Kaloxville in a non-conference match. Se- nior Ashley Coughennower led the Lady Warriors with a fine series of 334 and took 2nd place overall. The Lady Warriors provided some excitement in the baker games and rolled two fine games of 197 and 190. Senior Claire Hoyt led the Lady Warriors with an outstanding effort of nine strikes and spares out of 10 tosses. Norwalk bowled their best so far this season, but came up short to a strong Newton team 2,438 to 2,171. Boys Basketball The Warriors split a pair of Little Hawkeye Conference games as they toppled the visiting Pella Christian Eagles 63-52 to extend their conference record to 4-0. Senior Carter Albrecht had a game high 19 while Senior Baylee Steele had another double- double, scoring 18 points to go along with 13 boards. The Warriors used a fourth quarter surge to seal the game late, outscoring the Eagles 23-13 in the final frame. Next the Warriors traveled to their conference nemesis, Pella, to take on the Dutch a game that would help shape the conference standings at the end of the initial first round of conference play. Pella proved to be the better of the two on this night as they dropped the Warriors in a physically-contested game 63-44. Junior Matt Guessford was the only Warrior to reach double figures in scoring as he had a season high 13 points. The Warriors now stand at 5-4 overall on the season and are 3-1 in conference play. Girls Basketball The Warriors dropped a pair of Little Hawkeye Conference games falling to Pella Christian and Pella. The Warriors held an eight point lead at the half but were outscored in the second hail by three points as they fell to the PC Eagles at home 48- 45. Junior Tori VanVelzen led the Warriors with 11 points. The Warriors traveled to Pella and found the final three quarters to be difficult as the Dutch outscored Norwalk in those three frames 56-32 and roiled to a 66-41 conference win. Freshman Miranda Hughes had 11 points, while senior Gabby Grove dropped in a career high 10 points. Wrestling The Warriors had a busy duel schedule as they had a total of nine duel matches. The Warriors traveled to Indianola to participate in the first annual Warren County Duels and found that the county is fairly deep in wrestling talent. In their first duel, the Warriors took care of Indianola 40-28 and then fell in their second duel to South- east Warren, 34-33, in which the criteria of overall number of matches won deter- mined the winner. They then finished off the evening by crushing Martensdale St. Marys 78-4. Next the Warriors traveled to Pella to take on the Dutch in a Little Hawkeye Conference matchup and remained undefeated in conference duel stand- ings by demolishing the Dutch 60-10. The Warriors finished off the week by travel- ing to Marshalltown to participate in the Allie Morrisson Duels and finished as the runner-up champions, going 4-1 on the day. In their only loss, the Warriors fell to the Johnston Dragons 43-21, but rebounded with three straight wins defeating East Marshall 60-19, Webster City 37-21, Solon 31-29 and Marshalltown 42-31. The War- riors hosted-the Grinnell Tigers in a Little Hawkeye Conference match in what will be their final home duel of the season in which we will honor nine seniors who will be participating in their final home match of the season. Additional Athletic/Activity News Congratulations to Lincoln / Norwalk swimmers Christian Belden and Tyler Whitehead for helping the team defeat Indianola 88 to 82. The swim team remains undefeated on the season with only one dual meet remaining. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211