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Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District [ , Norwalk Warriors Thursday, February 7, 2019 Warrior Fans: I hope that the weather has not been as impactful to your schedules as much as they have been to ours. As a reminder when changes are made to schedules please refer to the Little Hawkeye Conference website and click on the Norwalk link to view all schedules and changes. Bowling: The Warriors traveled to Oskaloosa to take on the Indians in a dual match. In the boys match, the Indians came out hot and never trailed in the match. Freshman Dalton Stoffel led the Warrior charge by bowling a 371 series. Dalton also led the Warriors in the baker's games by throwing 8 strikes and spares out of 10 frames. Norwalk: 2,341, Oskaloosa: 3,272. The Norwalk girls kept the match close in the first round, but Oskaloosa used a good baker round to pull away for the win. Senior Tori Johnson led the Warrior efforts with a nice 331 two game series. Tori also led the Warriors in the baker games by going 5 strikes and spares out of 13 frames. Norwalk: 1,962, Oskaloosa: 2,310. Boys Basketball: The Warriors schedule was a bit disrupted due to the weather resulting in only one game last week, but what a game it was as the Warriors welcomed LHC rival Pella to town in a game that would allow the victor to take sole possession of first place in the Little Hawkeye Conference standings. The #3 ranked Pella Dutch and #4 ranked Warriors played yet another classic with Jr. Bowen Born leading the Warriors with 47 points in an 83- 76 victory. Born's 47 points set a new school record for total points in a game as he filled it up going 15- 21 from the field including 8-11 from beyond the arc. Jr. Tyler Johnson had 16 points. The Warriors trailed through most of the first half when the teams headed into the locker room at the half with the Dutch leading 40-33. But the 3rd quarter was a different story as Born and the Warriors outscored the Dutch 23-12 and would add on to that four point advantage in the 4th quarter for the final margin of victory. The victory moves Norwalk into sole possession of first place in the rugged Little Hawkeye Conference standings with that first place standing to be tested quickly as they travel to Oskaloosa for another top five ranked matchup with the #5 Indians. Oskaloosa currently sits in second place in the conference with a 5-2 record and are 9-4 overall. The Warriors 8-1 in conference play raised their overall record to 12-3on the year. N/Warren Town and County News NHS Activities ] By Al Lammers, Athletic Director Post season District Tournament assignments have been released and those schools in Norwalk's district include ADM, Boone, Clarke, Osceola, Dallas Center- Grimes, Gilbert, North Polk, Alleman, and Saydel. District brackets will be determined this week. Girls Basketball: Norwalk played several games this past week with a conference matchup with Pella and then hosted the #1 ranked Class 3A North Polk Comets in a matinee game. The young Warriors continue to improve each and every game thanks in large part to a great senior group of players who have displayed tremendous leadership. The continued improvement was very noticeable especially in their matchup with the Dutch as Norwalk played their best three quarters of the year holding the lead the entire game including an eight point lead as the start of the 4th qtr 34-26, only to unfortunately see the Dutch outscore the Warriors 26-11 in that final stanza and hand the hard luck Warriors a 52-45 loss. Senior Gianna Bell!zzi led the Warriors with a game high 15 points vhile Sophomore Jayden Lammers contributed 13. The Warriors faced another uphill challenge as the #1 ranked Class 3A North Polk Comets visiled the Warriors for a non-conference game. The C mets' red hot shooting was too much to overcome as North Polk was 10-19 from beyond the arc and 24-47 from the field. Norwalk played well as they trailed 14-9 at the half and 31-16 at the half before eventually falling 60-40. Freshmen Jo Jo Bice led the Warriors with 13 points. Swim milg: The Norwalk Swimmers and DSM Lincoln swin team traveled to Ottumwa for the CIML Central Conference Swim Meet and finished in 2nd place. They will now look forward to their state qualifying meet which will be held in Indianola. Best of luck to the Swim Team. Wrestling: The Warriors had a huge week in relationship to two conference championships in which they 1,oked to repeat last year's success with a regular s son dual conference championship against Indimola and then the LHC meet at Grinnell. A dual win ecer Indianola would have guaranteed the Warrior an outright dual season conference championshi) as the Warriors were 5-0 in conference duals while :ndianola and DCG were both tied for second with- 1 records. In a very exciting dual the Indians bestd the Warriors 38-29 forcing a three way tie for the regular season dual conference Page Seven championship. Winning by fall for the Warriors: 126- Austin Brenizer and 120- Grant Harbour. On Saturday at the LHC meet Norwalk showed that it was the most dominant team in the conference as the Warriors had 13 of 14 wrestlers place 4th or better on the day. The following are Saturday's results: 195- Jason Kriztler finished 4th place. 3rd place finishers for the Warriors: 106-Travis McCombs, 170-Tristen Duncan, 182-Connor Vroegh, 285- Bryce Kohls, 2nd place finishers: 120-Keaton Moret, 126-Austin Brenizer, 132-Landon Card, 138-Cade Schmidt. 4 Warriors finished as LHC Champions: ll3-Grant Harbour, 152-Carter Schmidt, 160-Anthony Huse, 220-Nate Heckart. Norwalk will travel to Council Bluffs TJ for their final meet of the year in a quad which also will include Boone and Carroll. After that the Warriors will wrestle in the Regional Dual Tournament at WDSM Valley when they face off against Lewis Central with the winner then meeting with Valley for the right to advance to the State Dual Tournament. Additional Warrior Activities: The Norwalk Jazz Bands had another successful weekend at the Iowa High School Music Association Jazz Festival. Jazz I earned a Division I rating for the 16th consecutive year earning straight division I ratings from the judges. Large Group Speech had a very successful performance last week as 8 out of 11 varsity groups are moving on to state competition while two out of four freshmen groups will also advance. This is a big deal! Participants include: Mime: Adam Serck, Trystin Heinold, Emma Chase, Will Reeves; One Act Callan Randall, Kilian Farrell, Eva Newland, Natalie Martin, Trystin Heinold, Emma Chase, Karsyn Bunnell, Patrick Foster, Rebecca Wigg, Will Reeves; Short film: Noah Schumacher, August Mulvihill, Asa Schuemann, Alex McGinnis, Ben Topliff, Alex Rodriguez, Rachel Adams; Im prov: Josh Nelson, Joe Puente, Jakob DeLong, Evan Voogd, Laura Stefan, Molly Cook, Noah Schumacher, Billy Thompson, Christian Smith, Lyndsey Torgerson, Laurynn Lovan, Caelyn Ward- Loffredo, Colton McKitrick, Jacob Puente, Eli Newland, Olivia Adams; Ensemble Acting: Caelynn Ward-Loffredo, Mackenzie Donald, Rebecca Wigg, Kilian Farrell; Musical Theatre: Andy Phillips, Kayla Workman, Colton McKitrick, Hannah Goodson, Emma Gullion, Milan Hale. 2019 Robert D. Blue Scholarship The application for the 2019 Robert D. Blue Scholarship is available online at rdblue.org. Graduates of any Iowa high school who plan to attend college in Iowa for the 2019-2020 school year are eligible to apply. Awards are based on financial need, an original essay, academic achievement, and written recommendations. "These scholarships not only help Iowa students financially, but also honor the achievements and potential of the young people of our state," Fitzgerald stated. '%ast year, nine $500 scholarships were awarded to nine outstanding students. Each of the recipients represents a different community from across our state and all of them went on to attend an Iowa college or university." The Iowa Centennial Memorial Foundation awards the Robert D. Blue Scholarship to Iowa students attending college in Iowa. Governor Blue created the foundation in 1949 to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of Iowa's acceptance into the union. At that time, a scholarship fund was established to encourage the youth of the state to attend Iowa's fine colleges and universities. In 1990, the foundation officially named the scholarship to honor the late Governor Blue. Robert D. Blue Scholarship applications are only accepted online through May 10th at rdblue.org. The winners will be announced during the summer. Those who would like more information on the Robert D. Blue Scholarship should visit the website or call the treasurer's office at 515-281-7003. Haveany volurteer opporunities for Nowalk students to get s rne commmity service ours for sOoot? Please ?et us knou at new,@ norw $ pap om and we'll be happy to publicize them for yOU. SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *BORST COUNSELING SERVICES 240-9474 *EDWARD JONES Benjamin Pearson 981-1800 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 *NORWALK FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *PHOTO PRINTING INC 989-3251 *TRUBANK 285-4900