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Thursday, February 12, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine MIDDLE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Concluded from p. 8 Marker, Matthew Morgan, Matthew Palen, Maci Palmer, Nicole Palmer, Lani Patterson, Cole Pauls- en, Johnathan Peterson, Devon Pollard, Torrance Pugliano, Hanna Reeg, Stephen Reid, Hannah Roberts, Tyler Robertson, Nicole Rudolf, Dylan Schwery, Madison Seely, Ashton Simpson, Taylor Smith, Adryan Stravers, Creighton Sup, Aaron Tay- lor, Lucas Taylor, Sarah VanAmburg, Eliza Weav- er, Elise Wermerskirchen, Blake Whitaker, Savannah Yeager and Nohemi Zarate The name "piano" is an abbreviation of the original name for the Instrument: piano et forte, or soft and loud. Lady Warriors Defeat DM Lincoln Norwalk hosted Lin- coln in a rare Saturday triple-header and all three team recorded victories. The varsity won 61-45. The game was close at the start as both teams traded bas- kets when Tori VanVelzen scored to break a 4-4 tie, giving the Warriors a lead that they would not relin- quish. Norwalk score nine unanswered points before the Rails would score again. The Warriors held a nine point advantage at the half. Lincoln was able to close the gap in the third, pulling to within two points 32-30, but the Warriors increased the lead through the final pe- riod to secure the win. VanVelzen led Norwalk with 14 points. Shae Campbell had 12. Anna Laire had a career high 11 points, Jaycie Owens fin- ished with nine and Riley Origer had eight. Hannah Poppens chipped in four points and Shelby Nelson three. The Norwalk High School Cheerleaders and Coaches THANK the fans and community for sup- porting them in raising money in the fight against breast cancer. For eight years the NHS Cheerleaders have been selling pink-out t-shirts to raise money for the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure@ nonprofit orga- What is radon? Radon is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas that results from the natural breakdown of uranium. It can be found almost anywhere in soil, rocks, some building materials and even well water. Radon then escapes into the air we breathe. Does your home have a Radon problem? FREE Radon test kits available at Warren County Health Services 301 N. Buxton Ste. 203 Indianola, IA 50125 515-961-1074 How is radon harmful? Radon releases decay products, or radioactive particles, which become trapped in our lungs when we breathe. These particles discharge energy that can damage lung tissue. Exposure to radon over time has the potential to cause lung cancer. Public Health SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *NORWALK FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *SCOTT'S FOODS 981-0606 *NEWTON STANDRIDGE STANDRIDGE GROUP 229-5310 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 NHS Cheerleader Pink-Out nization and you have generously supported their efforts. This year was the best year yet. Through this year's t-shirt sales, over $3,700 was raised and sent to the Su- san G Komen@ organiza- tion. The NHS Cheerlead- ers and Coaches want you to wear your NHS pink- out t-shirt proudly and know that you have made a difference. Thank you for your generosity and your support in the fight against breast cancer. Pho- to submitted. I NHS Activities Director By A1 Lammers Bowling The Norwalk Warriors traveled to Pella to take on the Eagles of Pella Christian. The Warriors got off to a good start in round one. Austin Artwein led the Warriors with a series of 435 and a great game of 257. Senior Noah Daniels also added a two game series of 390 and a 215 game. Daniels also led the Warriors in the baker round by throwing nine strikes and spares out of 10 frames. The Warriors won the match by over 500 pins with a final score of 2,694 to 2,152. The Lady Warriors found the going tough on the lanes in Pella. Senior Claire Hoyt led the Lady Warriors with a 275 score. Senior Ashley Coughennower led the Lady Warriors in the baker games by rolling 10 strikes and spares out of 14 frames. The Lady Warriors held off the Lady Eagles in the baker games and won the match with a final score of 1,804 to 1,700. Boys Basketball The Warriors had only one game, but in essence it was worth two games as the Warriors pulled out an exciting Little Hawkeye Conference victory over conference rival Dallas Center-Grimes, 64-61 in double overtime at Dallas Center-Grimes. The conference win was the second of the season over the Mustangs and kept the War- riors in a conference first place tie with the Pella Dutch at 6-2. The Warriors took a one point lead into halftime 28-27 and the seesaw game was tied at the end of regu- lation at 50. The first overtime saw both teams turn the ball over several times, result- ing in just four points in the first extra frame. But the Warriors rallied to outscore the Mustangs in the second and final overtime 10-7 to escape with the win. Freshman Luke Vaske was clutch as he drained five of six 3s and four critical free throws to lead the Warriors with 19 points. Senior Matt Guessford dropped in 16, including four 3s and junior Michael Geistler had 13 points. Girls Basketball The Warriors picked up a non-conference victory as they defeated the visiting DSM Lincoln Railsplitters 61-45. Junior Tori VanVelzen, returning from an injury that has kept her from playing the last two weeks, led the Warriors with 14 points, freshman Shea Campbell had 12 points, while junior Anna Laire contributed a career high 11 points. Wresting The Warriors traveled to Newton for the Little Hawkeye Conference meet and fell just short of claiming both regular season and conference tournament champion- ships as they finished second to the Grinnell Tigers in the team standings by just three points. Unfortunatel the Warriors did not have a single champion, but placed well enough up and down the lineup to come close to taking the title, The following were the team standings from the Little Hawkeye Conference Wrestling meet: 1. Grinnell 205.0, 2. Norwalk 202.0, 3. Dallas Center-Grimes 191.5, 4. Oskaloosa 156.5, 5. Pella 140.5 and 6. Newton 134.0. Norwalk will prepare for the individual district tournament to be held at Ankeny Centennial Saturday, Feb. 14, beginning at noon. Other schools competing include Ankeny Centennial, Des Moines Lincoln, Marshalltown, Newton, Pella and Southeast Polk. Large Group Speech Congratulations on a successful day at the district speech contest. The group had eight 1-ratings and 10 2-ratings. Congratulations to the following students who will be going on to the state speech contest: Bryce Origer, Elly Hofmaier, Jennie Kern, Marisa Davidson, Mariah Cook, Brad Adair, Qrisza Paterno, Chenoa Burton, Allison Heckart, Paul Frederick, Matt Jameson, Zach Cook, Hannah Broadbent, Charles Putbrese, Melinda Klawonn, Elizabeth Klawonn, Josh Greenwood, Layne LeQuatte, Kara Borrman, Reid Kallenbach, Dakota Bright, Alexis Hutchins, Natalie Breese, Paige McClure, Olivia Campbell, Kyra Pastor and Jordan Heinold. Jazz Band I Norwalk Jazz I received their 14th consecutive Division I rating at the IHSMA State Jazz Festival. This was their second year competing in 4A classification. Jazz I placed 5th at the Simpson Jazz Festival and Aleyna Moeller, Paul Frederick, Bailey Neifert, Paul Appleget, Jake Cook, Kai Utterback, Marisa Davidson and Mariah Cook were all recognized as outstanding performers. The Jazz Band will perform and work with college professors at the Urbandale Jazz Colloquium and wrap up their compe- tition season at the Indianola Jazz Festival Saturda Feb. 21.