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SCHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Thursday, February 28, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Norwalk warriors Page Seven NHS Activities By Al Lammers, Athletic Director Warrior Fans: Congratulations to Senior Carter Schmidt who was this year’s Class 3A Runner-up Champion at 152 lbs. at the State Wrestling Tournament. In addition Keaton Moret finished in 4th place and Grant Harbour finished 7th. Congratulations to all three of these Warrior Wrestlers. Anthony Huse, Tristen Duncan, and Nick Heckart also competed at the State Wrestling Tournament with Tristen winning his second match while Huse and Heckart lost their first two matches. Congratulations to all six on their state tournament qualification. . Youth Baseball, Softball, and Girls Track camp information and signups are currently live on the Warrior Athletic Website. All registration and payments are to be completed on-line. Please use this link https://norwalkwarriors.org/page/ 301 7 Bowling: The N orwalk Warriors traveled to Lewis Central for the state qualifying meet and found the lanes to be difficult to master as both the boys and girls failed to qualify. The following were the team results from the meet. Boys: Zach Hartman was the Warriors’ leading scorer rolling a two game series 403. The team standings were as follows: Thomas Jefferson, Urbandale, Lewis Central, DSM Lincoln and Norwalk. Girls: Macie Sylvester rolled a two game 294 series to lead the Warriors. Team standings were as follows: Lewis Central, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Urbandale, and Norwalk. Boys Basketball: The Warriors completed their season with a single non-conference game, hosting the ADM Tigers before beginning sub-state play. Norwalk finished the season on a solid note as they defeated ADM 75—59 to complete a successful 17-4 ' season. Three Warriors scored in double figures as Sophomore Bowen Born scored a team high 24 points while Senior center Tyler Endres produced a double— double with a 23 point and 10 rebound effort and Jr. Tyler Johnson contributed 20 pts. The Warriors got out to a somewhat slow start as they were down by one at the half but then outscored ADM in the second half 43-26. Sub-state brackets have been released and the Warriors will be the #1 seed in Sub-State 7. Girls Basketball: The Warriors began postseason play and their improvement over the latter part of the season became especially apparent in their first round matchup with the Knoxville Panthers who came into region play with a 14-5 record. Trailing by 13 points in the first half the Warriors cut the lead to nine at 23 —— 14 and then came out of the locker room and played perhaps their best second half of the year as they outscored the Panthers 20-6 in the 3rd and then held on throughout the 4th qtr for 50- 45 regional win. Freshman Jo Bice paced the Warriors with 17 points and Sophomore Jayden Lammers recorded 13. The Victory set up a yet another matchup with conference rival Pella for the third time this year. Unfortunately the Warriors could not overcome another first half deficit as they trailed the Dutch .38-15 before ending their season with a 59-33 loss. Bice along with freshman Olivia Johnson led the scoring with 11 respectively. Norwalk ends the year with an overall 7—16 record winning four of their last seven games. Wrestling: The Warriors had an outstanding showing at the state traditional wrestling tournament highlighted by Carter Schmidt’s Runner- Up Championship finish. Schmidt was defeated in a‘ very gutty performance in the championship match by SE Polk’s Lance Runyon 9-2. Up to that match Runyon had won every match by fall. The following are the results from the State Meet. 3A-220 Champ. Round 1 Landon Green (Iowa City, West) over Nate Heckart (N orwalk) (Dec 6-4); 3A-220 Cons. Round 1 Gage Linahon (Newton) over Nate Heckart (Norwalk) (Dec 5-4). 3A-1 13 Champ. Round 1 Grant Harbour (Norwalk) over Ethan Mahoney (Dowling Catholic) (MD 13-2); 3A—113 Quarterfinals Austin Kegley (Prairie, Cedar Rapids). over Grant Harbour (Norwalk) (Fall 1:38); 3A-113 Cons. Round Grant Harbour (Norwalk) over Adler Kramer (Dubuque Hempstead) (MD 15-2); 3A-113 Cons. Round 3 - Jacob Penrith (Cedar Falls) over Grant Harbour (Norwalk) (Fall 1:07); 3A-113 7th Place Match Grant Harbour (Norwalk) over Jackson Bresson (Ankeny Centennial) (Fall 1:53). 3A—17O Champ. Round 1 Ashton Barker (Iowa City, Liberty) over Tristen Duncan (Norwalk) (Dec 13-6); 3A-170 Cons. Round 1 Tristen Duncan (Norwalk) over Dylan Harper (Sioux City East) (Fall 4:19); 3A-170 Cons. Round 2 Jake Hosch (Epworth, Western Dubuque) over Tristen Duncan (Norwalk) (MD 14-3). 3A-120 Champ. Round 1 Nick Walters (Sioux City North) over Keaton Moret (Norwalk) (Dec 9—5); 3A- 120 Cons. Round 1 Keaton Moret (Norwalk) over Kael Scranton (Clear Creek-Amana) (Dec 9—8); 3A— 120 Cons. Round 2 - Joel J esuroga (Southeast Polk) vs. Keaton Moret (Norwalk); 3A-120 Cons. Round 3 Keaton Moret (Norwalk) over Nick Miller (Waukee) (‘SV—l 10-8); 3A-120 Cons. Semis Keaton Moret (Norwalk) over Cullan Schriever (Mason City) (M. For.); 3A-120 3rd Place Match Aiden Evans (Bettendorf) over Keaton Moret (Norwalk) (Dec 5-1). 3A-152 Champ. Round 1 - Carter Schmidt (Norwalk) over Bradley Hill (Bettendorf) (MD 14-1); 3A—152 Quarterfinals - Carter Schmidt (Norwalk) over J ustis Kruse (Prairie, Cedar Rapids) (Fall 6:46); 3A-152 Semifinals Carter Schmidt (Norwalk) over Jake Matthaidess (North Scott) (Dec 4-3); 3A- 152 1st Place Match Lance Runyon (Southeast Polk) over Carter Schmidt (Norwalk) (Dec 9-2). 3A-160 Champ. Round 1 Parker Klocke (Carroll) over Anthony Huse (N orwalk) (MD 9—0); 3A-160 Cons. Round 1 Trever Maiers (Dubuque Hempstead) over Anthony Huse (Norwalk) (MD 16-7). V Additional Activities News: Congrats to the Norwalk Jazz Band II who placed 1st in the 2nd band class and Jazz I who placed 1st in the class 4A band contest this past Saturday at Indianola. Jackson Arbogast was selected as the outstanding soloist in class 4A. Great job Warriors. National Youth Preparedness Council Applications FEMA has started accepting applicants ‘for the Youth Preparedness Council. This program brings teens together from across the country who are interested and engaged in community preparedness. Council members are selected based on their dedication to public service, their efforts in making a difference in their communities, and their potential to expand their impact as national leaders for emergency preparedness. Students in 8th through 11th grade are eligible to apply. The Youth Preparedness Council, formed in 2012, offers an opportunity for youth leaders to serve on a , distinguished national council and participate in the Youth Preparedness Council Summit in Washington, DC. During their two-year term, the youth leaders will complete both a local and national-level project and share their ideas regarding youth disaster preparedness with FEMA leadership and national organizations. Youth interested in applying to the council must submit a completed application form, provide two letters of recommendation, and submit academic records. All applications 'and supporting materials must be received no later than 1 1:59 pm. pacific time on March 31st. New council members will be announced in May. To access the application materials, read about the current council members, and for more general information about the Youth Preparedness Council, visit www.ready.gov/youth-preparedness-council. School staff members: do you have pictures and information about all the great activities going on in your classrooms and elsewhere at school? Send them our way at news@norwa1knewspaper.com. We will also happily accept photos and information from parents, students, and community members. 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