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SCHOOL and SPORTS IOfficial Publication for the Norwalk Community School District [ Norwalk Warriors N/Warren Town and County News Page Eight Seniors Honored at Triangular Meet with Knoxville and Des Moines Roosevelt Senior wrestlers and managers honored Thursday, Jan. 28 are, left to right, Cory Ogle, Blair Cooper, Kyle Coates, Zach Miller, Kristi Rogers, Reece Sharp, Ashlee Seibert, Tyler Thompson and Jadie Ellis. Photos sub- mitted. gressive match to post a 13-12 decision. Landgrebe (189) took Matt Riley, the 2009 189 lh runner-up to the second Period, but ended up getting cradled and pinned. Reid (215) lost by pin. Thompson (Hwt) avenged a loss from the Ankeny Tournament when he won a 6-2 deci- sion over Dakota Tennant. The athletes appreciate the awesome student sec- tion and the community members for supporting them all season. The Dis- trict action will be Satur- day, Feb. 13 at Knoxville High School. Thursday, Jan. 28, Norwalk fans packed the gym to honor their wres- tling seniors. The evening started with a conference dual against the Panthers from Knoxville. Norwalk dominated the match and posted a score of 68-6. Action started at 215 with Hunter Reid winning by pin. Tyler Thompson (Hwt) followed suit with a pin. Evan Reynolds (103) came up short and lost a 2- 0 decision. Christian Ogle (112) won by forfeit. Zach Cowie won by decision. Matt Gustin (125) won by forfeit. Kyle Coates (130) won by pin. Jon Cortez (135) lost a tough 17-2 de- cision. Zach Miller (140) technical falled his oppo- nent 17-0. Brandon Britt (145) won by pin, Cory Ogle (152) won by forfeit and Zach Elliott (160), Blair Cooper (171) and Alex Landgrebe (189) all finished in Warrior fashion with pins. Before the Roosevelt match, the senior cheer- leaders, managers and wrestlers were honored. 2010 seniors are: Ashlee Seibert, Jadie Ellis, Kristi Rogers, Kyle Coates, Blair Cooper, Zach Miller, Cory Ogle, Lance Pevestorf, Reece Sharp and Tyler Th- ompson. Norwalk posted a huge victory over the Rough Riders from Roosevelt 52- 24. The atmosphere was intense and the Warriors were fired up to wrestle a tough Roosevelt team. Reynolds (103) started the action with a pin, Chris- tian Ogle followed suit with a pin, Cowie (119) won by forfeit, Gustin stepped in at 125 lbs and wrestled 2009 state cham- pion John Meeks and lost by fall. Coates (130) re- ceived a forfeit, Cortez (135) won a major decision 18-9. Miller (140) won by pin. Britt (145) wrestled tough, but was defeated by his opponent. Cory Ogle (152) won by pin. Elliott (160) was trailing 6-0 when he reversed his opponent in the second period and Thursday, February 11, 2010 Norwalk JV Girls Basketball The girls lost a close game against South Tama .Friday, Jan. 29. The score was 37-32. With the score tied going into the fourth quarter, the girls could not hold on. Devin Brown led the team in scoring with 11 points. Shelby Seibert and Dana Billingsley each added eight points. Lyndsey Pritchard and Taylor Weldon each had a bucket and Shannon Stephany added a free throw. Sierra Nelson, Kayla Hyden and Calyn Thompson helped the team bring the ball down the court and with defense rebounds. The following day, the team traveled to Sioux City Heelan. The game did not turn out what they ex- pected, but everyone re- ceived quality playing ex- perience. Competing against a tough and tal- ented team allows the girls to compete at a higher level. Abbey Montgomery led the team with. 11 points, Alyssa Emmons scored five points and Th- ompson added four points. Stephany, Sarah Schreck, Hyden and Billingsley each had two points. Nelson and Dani Musselman contributed with their rebounding both offensively and defensivel)a Norwalk Wrestling Warriors are Little Hawkeye Conference Champions! Ogle Brothers and Thompson Bring Home Champion Medals pinned him. Cooper (171) looked tough and went the Saturday, Jan. 30, the Warrior wrestling team traveled to Knoxville to compete in the Little Hawkeye Conference (LHC) Wrestling Tourna- ment. The day was filled with both individual and team ups and downs, but the day ended in exciting fashion when the Warriors were crowned LHC Champions. After the first round, Norwalk was 1.5 points behind Grinnell, but a victorious round two put the Warriors ahead of the Tigers by 32 points. After round three, Grinnell only trailed by 5.5 points and the outlook was looking grim when Grinnell started the final round strong in the lighter quickly learned that each of their place winners' points were vital in deter- mining the final outcome. Final scores were: Norwalk won with 203.5 points. Second place was Grinnell with 196. Third was Oskaloosa with 155.5 points. Norwalk had six wres- tlers in the finals. Evan Reynolds (103), Christian Ogle (112), Kyle Coates (125), Cory Ogle (152), Zach Elliott (160) and Tyler'Thompson (Hwt). Of the six, three ended up on the top of the podium. Christian Ogle (112) pinned Matt Innis from Grinnell; Cory Ogle (152) beat Colton Spaur from Knoxville and Tyler Th- Medal winners, left to right: Christian Ogle, Tyler Thompson and Cory Ogle. Ragan Brock from New- ton. Second place finishers: Kyle Coates (125), Evan Reynolds (103) and Zach finishers: Blair Cooper (171), Hunter Reid (215). Fourth place finishers: Zach Cowie (119), Jon Cortez (130), Zach Miller Landgrebe (189). Sixth place: Logan Marvelli (135) and seventh place: Brandon Britt (145). distance in an exciting, ag- wei h" but Norw lk " $~ g ts, a ompson (Hwt) p'mned Elhott (160). Third place (140). Fifth place: Alex