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Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Norwalk Warriors Thursday, May 6, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Norwalk girls take second at Oskaloosa invite, left to right: Erin Bunce, Molly Hill, Carley Kleppe, Jordyn Cox, Kaitlyn Ludlow and Hannah Simmerman. Photos submitted. Warriors' Bookend Medals Bennett, Marie Putbrese, Norwalk Girls' Golf Taylor Bair and Amanda team began and ended the Wilkin won with a team week by placing second in score of 479. Sells led the two tournaments. The first team with a 108. The was the Norwalk Invita- Purple team of Kaitlyn tionalheld at Countryside. Ludlow, Brandie Robson, Grinnell won the eventTaylor Houchin and with a 340 team score.:RockieBrooks was second Norwalk was second with with 482. Ludlow was the 382, Perry third with 398 medalist with 105. The and Clarke fourth withGold team members of 446. Molly Hill and Carley Megan Downing, Brittany Kleppe tied for secondHunt, Rachel Hoodjer and with 85. Hill won the sud- Caitlin Ferden were third den death playoffby drop- with a team score of 490. ping a 20-foot birdie putt. Downing led the Gold Erin Bunce finished teamwitha 110. ished with 188 and South Tama 193. Hill was runner- up with a career best 39. Kleppe finished with 47 and Bunce and Downing both shot 51. Cox and Simmermen both finished with 57. The Warriors are now 1-2 in conference play. Saturda April 24, the team traveled to Oskaloosa. Ottumwa won the tournament with 362, Norwalk took second with 402, followed by Knoxville 417, Pella 430, Albia 436, Oskaloosa 444 and Pella Sr Rachel Hoodjer prepares to begin in JV challenge. Page Seven BASKETBALL L CAMP i New Iowa Men's Bas- ketball Coach Fran McCaffery and his staff will be conducting two weeks of boys' basketball camps on the campus of The University of Iowa this summer. Day-camp will be held, June 21-24, for all boys en- tering third grade to those who have just completed seventh grade. Cost is $225 and the camps will run each day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with lunch in- cluded. Overnight and corn- muter camp will be held, June 27-July 1, for boys age 10 years to those entering 12th grade. Cost is $350 for residents and $260 for commuters. For more informatior call 319-335-7961, e-mail sportcamps@hawkeye sports.corn or visit the Iowa Sports Camp website at wwwAowasports camps.com to register online or download a bro- chure. with 99, Hannah Tuesday, April 20, the Christian 453' Centerville first i varsity meet. Ludlow the round with 117 and Simmerman ended playWarriorsh0stedNewt0ndid not have enough mem- had l ll, ?x completed Simmerman120. i with 113. Jordyn Cox fin- and South Tama in a Little bers to register a score. ished the 18-hole event Hawkeye Conference Kleppe was third overall National Honor Society Induction Ceremony ! with 115 and Liz Purdum match. Newton came outout of 40 golfers with 91. 116. on top with a 161 whichHill was fifth with 93. The Warriors also had a was a school record for the ' Bunce, who finished with JV challenge consisting of Cardinals. Norwalk fin-107, was playing in her three teams. The Gray team of Jade Sells, Lauren Marie Putbrese oft the tee box in the Amanda Wilkin follows her drive in JV JV challenge, challenge at Countryside. Forty-three members of the junior class from Norwalk High School were inducted into the Nancy Kemp Chapter of National Honor Society. The ceremony took place in the Norwalk High School gym Tuesda) March 23. Current senior class members of the chapter were in charge of the ceremony. Grace Clark led the new inductees into the gym. Ashlee Seibert welcomed the juniors along with their families and friends. President Emma George introduced the new inductees to the audience. The candle-lighting ceremony followed as DeLaynee Hochstetler lit a candle and read about the importance of character, Officer Molly Itichards0n followed with a reading on scholarship. Joel Thfongor fh41 f ad about l ltd rghiJs, fallaw d by Of- ricer Amanda Taylor who read about service. Officer Makenzie Reed led the group in the National Honor Society pledge. Clark introduced each member, who signed the register attended by Annie Owens. Pins were presented to members by Tanya Sheriff and flowers were presented by Kaitlyn Miller. Carol Narak, advisor to the group, spoke about the accomplishments of both the junior and senior classes. Following the ceremony, punch, coffee and cake were served by senior members. Concluded p.8