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Norwalk Warriors I Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District I Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, May 1, 2014 ~*Dqlll,~-* Norwalk Girls Track Results The week of April 7, the Norwalk girls' track team was lucky to run in two track meets. Tuesday, April 8, they traveled to Johnston for the Craig Oldham Invita- tional. The team did well competing against tough com- petition. Thursday, April 10, the team traveled to Wau- kee to compete in the WauJ ee Invitational. Tori Van- Velzen was the team's highest finisher by placing first in the high jump by clearing five feet. Johnston Top Six Finishes: Shuttle Hurdle-lst (JV) Olivia Steenhoek, Sam UrHs, Megan Adams, Sam VanAmberg, 1:1K96; Shuttle Hur- dle-3rd Kiley Westhoff, Jessica VanZuuk, Jordyn Mar- velli, Rachel Johnson, 1:11.47; Shot Put-3rd Talia Zook, 35-08.5; Discus-4th Zook, 105-00.5; High Jump-4th Tori VanVelzen, 4'10"; High Jump-5th Taylor Voitel, 4'10"; Dist. Med-5th Jaycie Owens, Westhoff, Voitel, Katie Meinecke, 4:56.26; 4x200-5th Jordyn Phipps, Johnson, Lauren Bagb}5 Owens, 1:57.80; Sprint Med-5th Marvel- li, VanZuuk, Johnson, VanVelzen, 2:05.74; 100 m-6th Marvelli, 13.44; 100m Hurdles-6th (JV) Westhoff, 18.87; Sprint Med-6th (JV) westhoff, Megan Todey, Cinda Wetzel, Morgan Taylor, 2:16.76 Waukee Top Six Finishes: High Jump-lst VanVelzen, 5"; Long Jump-3rd (JV) Mild Schmidt, 14'4"; 100m Hurdles-3rd (JV) Steenhoek, 17.55; Shuttle Hurdle-4th Marvelli, Steenhoek, VanZuuk, Johnson, 1:09.78; Shuttle Hurdle-4th (JV) Westhoff, Urlis, Megan Adams, Madi Gremler, 1:20.46; 200m-4th (JV) VanAmberg, 29.13; 100m Hurdles-5th Marvelli, 16.90; 400m Hurdles-5th Owens, 1:15.88; 4x200-5th (JV) Wetzel, Hannah Robertson, Caitlyn Nguyen, Eva Clark, 2:08.41; 100m-6th Clare Anderson, 13.20; Dist. Med-6th Owens, Hannah Hoover, Voitel, Meinecke, 4:53.56; 4x200-6th Johnson, Sdamidt, Ander- son, Owens, 1:58.54; 4xl00-6th Marvelli, Hoover, Johnson, Anderson, 54.03; High Jump-6th Voitel, 4'8"; 100m Hurdles-6th (JV) Westhoff, 18.35; 800m-6th (JV) Kassidy Berkenpas, 2:59.20 Norwalk Co-Ed Recreational Track Meet Th, e Norwalk Girls' track team will be sponsor- ing a recreational track meet Sunday, May 4, at the Norwalk High School Track. The meet is open to all K - 6th graders who would like to compete. Registration fee is $20. Each competitor will be allowed to compete in three events "and the top three place winners in each event will receive a medal. Field events will start at I p.m. and running events at 1:30. Check in will be- gin at 12:30. All events will start with kindergarten first and progress through the age groups. If interested in compet- ing, contact Charity Campbell at ccemp bell@norwalk.k12.ia.us for entry form or go to www.norwalk.k12.ia.us. Walk-in.participants will be accepted until I p.m. on that day as well. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! LIBRARY EVENTS Sat'urday, May3 and Sunday, May 4 Fiber Arts Show. Visit us anytime during Library hours these dates to see a spe- cial exhibit of works by local fiber artists. Works include quilts, crochet, knitting, felting, weaving and more. See artists demonstrate their creativity Saturday morn- ing, May 3, from 9:30 - noon. Monday, May 5 Tiny Tots with Debbie Doo Wop! Mondays through May 19 at 9:30 a.m., join us for songs, instruments and fun! For ages 1-5. Space is limited and registration is required. Adult Night Out: Yarn Group, 5-8 p.m. This group meets the first Monday Of each month and consists of individuals af all levels of expertise who spin, do drop- spindle, knit, crochet and anyone who does portable fiber art. Bring your own equip- ment, supplies and beverage and a snack to share, if you wish. Wednesday, May 7 Kids" Lego Club, 2-3 p.m. Join us for lots of fun and to make your own Lego creation[ All Legos are provided by the library. Ages Kindergarten - 4th grade. Every Thursday 6 - 8 p.m. Patient registration begins at 5:45 p.m. with last patient registration at 7 p.m. Crossroads Church, 2601 Border St., Norwalk 515-287-8580 www.2thecrossroads.com illness/Minor Injury, Well Child Exams (no vaccines), School/Sports Physicals, Lead Testing, Adult Tetanus Shots, Chiropractic, Patient Assistance, Program Enrollment, Diabetes-Blood Glucose Testing, High Blood Pressure Testing First Come First Served. No Appointments Necessary. No Cost. In-Kind Donations Accepted. A Yotunteer Healthcare Network Girls Golf Results Pictured, left to right, with their plaque and medals from winning the Winterset Invitational: Emily Kawano, Cearo Rico, Katy Forsythe, Rachel Frescoln and Jaicee Magnani. Photo submitted. Lady Warriors Find Marshalltown a Struggle Norwalk played in the Linda Bloom Invitational in Marshalltown and found the going tough. It was unclear if the Warriors were struggling more with the course, the windy con- ditions, or the fact that it was 25 degrees with the wind chill when they be- gan play. No Norwalk player managed to break 100 on the day. Rachel Weber led the effort with a 104. Emily Kawano shot a 110. Jenna Migliero and Katy Forsythe tied at 114. Norwalk finished 12th in a field of 13 finishing ahead of Grinnell by 19 strokes. The field was dominated by mostly class 5A schools. Warriors Take-Winterset Invitational The Warriors played their second 18-hole tour- nament in three days, besting host Winterset by four shots in the field of eight. Norwalk shot a team score of 420 with all five players recording personal best scores, while Winterset had a 424. Clarke was next with a 447 and Perry with a 564, Creston and Chariton did not have enough players to count a team score. Katy Forsythe shot a personal best 99, good enough for 3rd place overall. She lost a "card back" being tied with: a Winterset player. Rachel Frescoln carded a personal best 106. Emily Kawano finished with a personal best 107, Ceara Rico also finished with a personal best 108. Jaicee course with a respectable Magnani finished the 61-57 for a career best118. Anyone can carry his burden, however hard, until nightfall. Anyone can do his work, however hard, for one day. Anyone can live sweetly, patiently, lovingly, purely, till the sun goes down. 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