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SCHO()L and SPORTS Norwalk Warriors Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District [ Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, April 9, 2015 Norwalk Girls Track Results The Norwalk girls track team opened the season at the Simpson Invitational Saturday, March 28. The team finished third overall behind Urbandale and Southeast Polk. The team showed a lot of potential with five 1st place finish- es. Results are as follows: Discus-lst, Talia Zook, 114- 01; High Jump-lst, Tori VanVelzen, 5'; 400H=lst, Jaycie Owens, 1:12.13; Shuttle Hurdle-lst, Olivia Steenhoek, Torie LeQuatte, Taylor Vanderholt, Ashley Williams, 1:13.11; Sprint Medley-lst, Jordyn Phipps, Williams, Shae Campbell, Vanderholt, 2:01.56; Shot Put-2nd, Zook, 35-03; Long Jump-2nd, Campbell, 15- 05; 100m Hurdles-2nd, Williams, 18.11; 4x200-2nd, LaQuette, Vanderholt, Owens, Campbell' 1:55.38; 4x400-3rd, Owens, Van- Velzen, Joplyn Whitehead, Jenna Riordan, 4:39,59; 100m-4th, Phipps, 13.46; 100m Hurdles-4th, Megan Adams, 18.80; 4xl00-4th, Steenhoek, Phipps, Will- iams, Campbell, 54.80; 4x800-4th, Emma Myers, Riordan, Ellie Grell, Kennedy Scallon, 11:19.87; 200m-6th, LeQuatte, 29.98; 1500m-6th, Scallon, 5:33.27; Distance Med-6th, Eva Clark, Taylor Adams, Whitehead, Miranda Hughes, 5:21.05; Shot Put- 7th, Makayla McDonald, 31-10.75 Junior Varsity Results: Sprint Medley-8th, Clark, Taylor Adams, Whitehead, Hughes, 2:12.26; Distance Med-7th, Hannah Robert- son, Riordan, Sam Van- Amburg, Jordan Heinold, 5:25.86 ii!ili!i:00:00 .... 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The two judges gave this group a 33 and a 35 out of 40 points, between 36-40 is a division I+ rating. Some of the comments included: this band needs to im- prove on balance and blend of the overall band, lots of air support in the instruments, and improve our dynamic contrast. Most of these areas will come with more experi- ence. The 7th grade began their performance with "Rites of Tamburo" by Robert W. Smith. The sec- ond selection was "Hymn for a Child" by James Swearingen. The final se- lection was the "Honor Guard March" by R. M. Geisler. Members of the 7th grade Concert Band that were in competition are: FLUTE Grade Dickson, Mack- enzie Donald, Lauren Fick, Vanessa Hautekeete, Grace Kiboko, Brianna Pomeroy, Kiera St. John, Madisori Sweet, Aubrey Williamson OBOE Kyla Stiegelmeier CLARINET Sophie Adams, Eliza- beth Gideon, Nicole Good, Leona Hudson, Dharyan Medina, Briana Morrisse3 Haley Mudge, Sierra Nava, Eva Newland, Kath- ryn Reeves, Stephen Reid, Pauline Scribano, Abby Silvers, Joslyn Sperr Rebecca Wigg BASS CLARINET Sam ClaD Grace Kibo- ko, Diamond Reynolds ALTO SAX Taylor Bergan, Alexis Cooper, Ellie Cox, Kaitlin Dammeier, Ben Hoodjer, Gavin King, Nathan Lane, Zach Marker TENOR SAX Emilee Coates, Jor- danne Hensley, Logan Ne- ifert BARI SAX Lucas Taylor HORN Ashton Simpson and Lily Quade TUBA Xavier Cooper and Ethan Fetters TRUMPET Jordan Anderson, Brea- na Duffs; Kilian Farrell, Phoebe Fox, Lucy, Higgins, Riley Jermier, Grace La- man, Alec Lester, Miranda Murphy, Elaina Schuma- cher, Thomas Supper, TJ Thielen TROMBONE Nick Bergan, Cole Bright, Logan Duffy, Ethan Stockwell, Aaron Taylor PERCUSSION Lauren Bice, Caleb Belden, Abbigail Bowles, Nevaeh Burnett, Evan Coonrod, Abbie Davitt, Brett Dawson, Jack Houk, Dean Kimball, Tyrus Lank- ford, Matt Palen, Torrence Pugliano, Garrett Westvold, Blake Whitaker The 7th grade directors are Jeff Heltman and Nick Menke. The 8th grade Concert Band gave a great perfor- mance and received an "Excellent" rating of 1; they received a 32 and a 35 out of 40 points. The judg- es enjoyed the literature we had performed and the difficulty level it was and how well we performed it. The concert band opened with "Flight of the Thun- derbird" by Rob Grice. The second selection was a bal- lad "Deir' In De" by War- ren Barker. We ended with "Gallant Marines" by Karl L. King arr. by James Swearingen. Members of the 8th grade Concert Band that were in competition are: FLUTE Ana Eagan, Gina Gos- hon, Seth Hanson, Lily Kallenbach, Ashley Luedt- ke, Emily Richardson, Chloe Zierke CLARINET Jordan Brandow, Grace Crady, Grade Geist, Maya Hjelden, Jaeda Isle Han- nah Jameson, Victoria Johnson, Allie Ollila BASS CLARINET Konnor Karg BASSOON Levi Benes and Noah Schumacher ALTO SAX Camden Arnold, Jenna Fisher, Anthony Huse, Rockett Perkins TENOR SAX Andrew Good BARI SAX Xavier Halblom FRENCH HORN Nick Serck TROMBONE Jackson Arbogast, Owen Martin, Nick Will- iams TRUMPET Brayden Clark, Jaden Deal, Steven Hart, Gianna Lancelotti, Shane Mora BARITONE Alex Fuller TUBA Nathan Heckart PERCUSSION Luke Age3 Jenna Age3 Jeren Carr, Peyton Capp, Zach Dye, Jordan Sulliva The 8th grade directors are Jeff Heltman and Ken Huen. This was a very success- ful day for the instrumen- tal department and we were very proud of how well the groups represent- ed Norwalk Middle School and also the Nor- walk Community. The Norwalk Instrumental staff is Carroll Hard3 Jeff Heltman, Ken Huen, Car- rie Krupke and Nick Men- ke. We would also like to thank all of the parental and high school students who volunteered to make the day a success! Upcoming Events that you can hear these groups and others perform: April 22-Jazz Band to perform for Oviatt, Lake- wood and Ruby Van Meter Schools April 24-"Jazz Night" at 6:30 p.m. held in the Norwalk Performing Arts Center with the Norwalk HS Jazz Band and a guest musician- Dave Kobber- dahi May 11- "Spring" Con- cert for the two 6th grade, Concluded p. 9