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I Thursday, April 30, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine The Warriors fell a few strokes short in an attempt to repeat as the Champi- ons of the Winterset Invi- tational. In a rain-short- ened 18 hole event, Carroll prevailed with a team score of 194, Norwalk fin- ished with 197, followed by Chariton 223 and Clarke 243. Winterset, Perry and Creston also competed, but did not have the necessary four players to qualify a team score. Rachel Weber and Jenna Migliero tied with 46, but Norwalk Takes 2nd at Winterset Lady Warriors pose with medals at Winterset. Photo submitted. Weber won the "card off" Rico finished the scoring pleted three holes on the for medalist honors and with 54. Emily Kawano second nine when light- Migliero took runner-up, and Camri Vivone also ning streaked across the Gabby Grove shot a per- competed for the Warriors. sky, forcing the day to end. sonal best 51 and Ceara Most teams had corn- Warriors Win Bondurant Invitational Norwalk battled the wind and five other teams to take top honors. The Warriors finished with a 195. Bondurant was next with 214, Panorama 233, Iowa Falls 235, PCM 254 and CMB 155. Migliero recorded her first career Eagle on the par 5 second hole on her way to another tie for medalist with a 44. Migliero lost the card off to take runner-up honors. Rachel FrescoIn shot a 49, Weber finished with a 50 and Rico rounded out the team scoring with 52. Kawano and Vivone also competed. Warriors with 1st place medals at Bondurant. (NAPS)--Because of its innovative engineering, the 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander~ an Insurance Institute for The earliest stopwatches were known as pulse watches. Made in the 1680s, they were used by doctors. Jenna Migliero submitted. tries to stay dry at Wilterset. Photos Highway Safety "Top Safety Pick+'-rated vehicle--offers best-in-class EPA fuel mile- age ratings among 7-pas- senger crossover/SUVs and is one of the highest-fuel- economy SUV/crossovers in its segment in America today. JV CHALLENGE The Lady Warriors cap- tured the first JV Chal- lenge by beating Newton and Dallas Center-Grimes. Team scores were Norwalk 225, Newton 233 and DCG 292. Gabby Grove paced the Warriors with a score of 54, earning medalist honors. Gabi Hager tied for Runner-up with a 55. Rachel Elliott shot a 56 "and Ashley Coughennower finished with 60, as the four scores that count for the team. Liz Putbrese ended the round with 61 and Kati Lutcavish finished with 68. I Deadline for ads, I legals and stories is Noon Friday! LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Frida}; 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 4 p.m. Closed Sundays (Memorial Day-Labor Day) Lady Warriors JV team poses before the meet. Photo submitted. z~::::~:::~ [ 7~ ~: :::~ :: Lexi Gudenkauf and Isabel Clark. Photo submitted. NHS Cheerleaders Chosen For 2015 Shrine All-Star Game Lexi Gudenkauf and Isabel Clark, Norwalk High School seniors, have been named to the All-Star Cheer- leader program for the 2015 Iowa Shrine All-Star Game to be held Saturda35 July 25, on the campus of the Uni- versity of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. The Iowa Shrine All-Star Football Game was estab- lished by a group of sports minded Iowa Shriners after having seen the success of Shrine sponsored Football Games in other states. The first All-Star Football and Basketball games were played in 1973 in Iowa City. These games were financially unsuccessful; thus the Basketball game was dropped. In 1974, after much dedi- cated work, the indebtedness was paid off. The contri- butions from this annual event now total over $2.6 mil- lion in support of the Shrine Hospital programs for chil- dren. All profits from the game are distributed to the Hospital programs making any sponsorship a charitable contribution. In 2012, $68,000 was raised, in 2013, $80,000 and in 2014, it was $90,000. The goal for 2015 is $100,000. Each fall, the Iowa High School coaches are requested to recommend a defensive and offensive player who they feel will be a good representative of their school and community. The player is not only a good athlete, but also one who is academically successful and active in school and community activities. There are 46 gradu- ating high school seniors selected for each Squad by the coaching staffs. The division line for the North and South teams basically is Highway 30. " Several years ago the All.-Star Cheerleader program was added with approximately 60 participants. The cheerleaders are nominated by their schools and must attend a tryout, which are held in January. There are professional trainers who are judges and assist in the selection. The Iowa Shrine All-Star game is an event, which extends the maximum visibility to the Shriner's great philanthropy - 18 orthopedic hospitals, three burn cen- ters and one which treats all types of needs in North America. This exposure is not only to the 92 players, 60 - cheerleaders, 16 coaches and four managers, but also their families, friends, game sponsors and others who learn of the game through the media. Following is the schedule for the 2015 All-Star Game: July 18 Coaches and Managers report to camp July 19 Players report to camp and begin practice July 20 Cheerleaders report to camp Pizza party for cheerleaders and football players July 21 Lost Island Water Park event July 22 Movie Night downtown Cedar Falls July 23 Hog roast, Black Hawk County Rotary Reserve July 24 Mini Camp for Hospital Children, UNI Dome Honor Banquet in Waterloo. Advance registration is required; meal price is $30 each. Reservations due by Monday, July 20. Game participants are complimentary. July 25 Parade 9:30 a.m Main Street Cedar Falls Game 4 p.m UNI Dome, Cedar Falls. Gates open 2 p.m. See related story p. 15