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Norwalk Warriors Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, April 18, 2013 Show Choir Showcase Norwalk Sound Revolution bid fare(veil to their 19 seniors at the final show held in late March. The seniors performed for their last time and were recognized for their leadership and commitment to the group. Best wishes to these students in their future plans! This year's seniors include, left to right, Row 1: Kes Smith, Calyn Thompson, Megan Cook and Sharlett Allen. Row 2: Brandie Robson, Kaitlyn Ludlow, Taylor Bair, Bethany Benes and Katie Phillips. Row 3: Jordan Pomeroy, Kat Appel and Emma King. Row 4: Ross Hraha, Ben Elliott, Sam Bergan, Nathan B~tk, Mi'elt~l BOCkholt, Tim Phillips and Ramsey Tabatabai. Photo submitted. Lady Warriors Open with Win Aleyna Moeller putting at PeUa. Girls Tennis Results The Warrior girls'tennis Roemer, N, def. Spowart, team traveled to Knoxville 6-0, 6-1; 3. Sarah Roemer, Tuesday, April 9 and came N, def. Norman, 6-2, 6-1; away with a Little Hawk- 4. Carter, K, def. Maddie eye Conference win. The Cornish, 6-0, 6-4; 5. Kes Warriors move to 2-1 on Smith, N, def. Cunning- the season, ham, 6-4, 6-3; 6. Liz Nimr Norwalk 8, Knoxville 3 mo, N, def. Chrisman, 7-5, at Knoxville 7-5 . Girls Singles Doubles 1. Michaela Pearson, N, 1. Pearson/Sam Roem- def. Griggs, 6-0, 6-2; 2. Sam er, N, def. Spowart/Carter, 3-6, 7-6 (7-3) 1 (5); 2. Griggs/Norman, K, def. Sarah Roemer/Cornish, 6- 3, 6-3; 3. Smith/Nimmo, N, def. Cunningham/Ken- dall, 6-3, 6-2; 4. Chrisman/ Blankenship, K, def. Becka Ober/Marcia Brenizer, 6-4, 6-2; 4. Westphalen/Stanley, N, def. Van Steenwyk/ Worrall, 7-5, 6-3 JV GIRLS TENNIS The Warrior Girls Jun- ior Varsity tennis team has participated in three meets this season. Here are the match winners from those meets. Boone Singles: Mikayla Jami- net, Christine Mallory and Sabrina Kennedy; Dou- bles: Julia Sheber/Kelli Newhall, Sabrina Kenn- edy/Rachel Riter, Isabel Clark/Hannah Grout Saydel Doubles: Rockie Brooks /Taya Downs, Kim Suck- ow/Elly Hofmaier, Brett Bunnell/Baylie Martin Knoxville Singles: Allison Stanley, Brooke Westphalen, Taya Downs, Elly Hofmaier, Kim Suckow, Baylie Mar- tinDoubles: Downs/Hof- maier, Suckow/Martin Jenna Migliero lines up her putt. Photos submitted. Norwalk's girls golf team finally took to the course on an uncoopera- tive spring to earn two conference wins. Norwalk out-dueled Pella and Oskaloosa in a conference meet and won by 28 strokes. Team scores were Norwalk 200, Pella 228 and Oskaloosa 236. Kaitlyn Ludlow was low for the Warriors with a 47, good enough to earn med- alist honors. Rachel Weber was next with a 49. Lauren Bennett finished with a 50 and Jordyn Cox carded a 54. Jenna Migliero shot 55 and Brandie Robson 61. This is the largest team fielded by Norwalk: The team consists of four se- niors, six juniors, eight crown and a first ever state sophomores and seven " team appearance. The freshmen. The Warriors War,iors have had three returned six letter winners meets cancelled or post- and have' strong hopes to poned due to inclement contend for a conference weather. Norwalk Boys Golf Results Norwalk vs. Oskaloosa and Knoxville The Norwalk boys golf team picked up a two confer- ence duel win Friday; April 5, at Willow Creek. Norwalk bested Knoxville and Oskaloosa. Norwalk shot 161, Knoxville 162 and Oskaloosa 169. Norwalk e aded the conference duei season with three wins and two losses. Norwalk was led by Senior Brandon Mahlstedt who fired a great round of 39. This score was good for sec- ond place overall. Other Warrior scores were: Carter Mallett 40, Ben Elliott 41, Carter Albrecht Mike Guessford 42 and Nick Rosonke 46. Norwalk's next meet will be at the West Marshall invitational.