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SCHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District I Norwalk Warriors Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, February 3, 2011 Mateer to Play Volleyball at DMACC Norwalk High School senior Tori Mateer (Row 1, center) signs a national letter of intent to play volleyball next year at Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC). Those taking part in the signing ceremony include left to right, Row1: DMACC Head Volleyball Coach Patty Harrison; Randy Mateer, Tori Mateer, Brenda Mateer and DMACC Assistant Volleyball Coach Rayna Cain. Left to right, Row 2: Travis and Trey Mateer. Photo submitted. Norwalk High School senior Tori Mateer, the daughter of Randy and Brenda Mateer, has signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball for the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) Bears. Mateer was a three-year letter winner at Norwalk. She was named to the Iowa Girls Coaches Association All-District Volleyball ;, Team as a senior, Little Hawkeye Conference (LHC) First Team during her senior year and Second Team during her junior year. She was named to the LHC Academic All-Con- ference team every year as a high school student. Mateer is a versatile ath- lete who lettered in basket- ball for three years and has lettered in track and soft- ball three times each through her junior year. She has been named to the LHC All-Conference Hon- orable Mention Team in basketball and has been a state qualifier in track as a freshman, sophomore and junior. She has also been an Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union (IGHSAU) Excellence in Academics Award recipient. "Tori has the skill level and quickness that will benefit the Bears right away," said DMACC . Head. Volleyball Coach .......... PffiyHii. "Her am-. letic versatility and excel- lence in the classroom are terrific attributes that Tori will bring to our pro- gram." Mateer joins the Bears, who have advanced to the National Junior College Athletic " Association (NJCAA) Division II Na- tional Volleyball Tourna- ment four of the last five years. The Bears had a 26- 15 overall record in 2010. NHS BOWLING The Norwalk bowling teams traveled to Adel for Little Hawkeye Conference action Saturday, Jan. 22. Chelsea Frazer led the Lady Warriors with a 294 series. This helped the Warriors to a third place finish. Jenna Manatrey, in her first varsity action, did very well by being 63 pins above her average. Devan Loffredo also saw her first varsity action and bowled around her av- erage. Frazer also was a leader in the baker games by going eight strikes and spares out of 11 attempts. Paige Landstrum led the JV team by bowling 64 pins over her average. Elise Backstrom also bowled well for the JV. She was 55 pins over her average. Tuesday, Jan. 25, Norwalk made up their match with the Indians from Clarke of Osceola. The Lady Warriors bested their opponent by a score of 2,037 to 1,604. Frazer led the Lady Warriors with a fine two-game series of 346. Frazer also bowled the Lady Warrior's first 200 game of the season with a 207. Kayle Sheets also bowled well by bowling 54 pins over her average. Megan Green- wood bowled well by being 40 pins over her average. Paige Landstrum, Bailey Peters and Jessica Overturf bowled around their averages. The Warriors also defeated their counterparts from Clarke with a score of 2,452,to 2,303. Casey Maher led the Warriors with a 358 series to help the Warrior's ef- forts. Spencer Hoyt continued his hot bowling by being - 82 pins over his average. Dave Phillips bowled 28 pins over his average, while Tim Phillips rolled 13 pins over his average. Lincoln Henry and Alex Weikum bowled around their averages. The JV boys also were victors-over the Clarke JV team with a score of 1,981 to 1,731. Logan Cooper led the Warriors by being 67 pins over his average. Tyler Johnson was 59 pins over, Austin Schultz was 42 pins ove[, wle Bra[ Chase was 23.t? over his average: . Lady Warriors Have Tough with a 20-footer for a 3-2 Norwalk lead. The War- riors went cold for five minutes until Brianna McAninch scored to make it 10-5 Eagles. Both teams traded baskets with Shelby Seibert accounting for the Warrior bucket and McAninch again scored, Norwalk vs Pella Christian Norwalk faced some tough competition re- cently on the hardwood. The Eagles came to Norwalk Tuesday, Jan. 18 and squeaked out a 51-47 win over the Warriors. Paige Lammers began the scoring for the Warriors Week 2011-2012 Kindergarten Registration Information Kindergarten Registration is Monday, Feb. 7, from 5- 6:30 p.m. in the Oviatt Elementary Conference Room, Room 209/211. Check the school district's homepage on the District's website at www.norwalk.k12.ia.us to ac- cess the required registration forms parents/guardians need to complete. If you do not have access to a computer and/or printer, contact Cheri Atherton, District Registrar, at 981-0676, for paper copies of the registration form(s) prior to the February 7 date. We will also have registration packets available the evening of February 7. We appreciate in advance your participation in this registration process. Your promptness in completion of these forms allows us to prepare for your child and all of the children in the kindergarten class of 2011-2012! 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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The fourth quarter the Warriors outscored their opponent 20-13 but that was not enough as the Concluded p. 10 o:. . ."'" ...