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Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, May 6, 2010 Middle School Boys' Track News NHS GIRLS' SOCCER NEWS New Records Set Phipps, Lavelle 1:52.8; 4x100 Meter Relay-Greenslade, Thursday, April 15 the Norwalk Middle School Boys' Riter, Pham, Phipps 50.57; 4x400 Meter Relay-Lavelle, The Warriors Girls Soc- Track team traveled to Saydel to compete in an invita- Hanson, Johnston, Lippert. cer team traveled to tional meet. The runners performed very well winning 3~ Place Grinnell Tuesda~ April 20, 13-of-the-q4 events. 400 Meter Dash-Greenslade 59.78; 1600 Meter Run- for a Little Hawkeye con- Team scores were as follows: Norwalk 212, PCM 91, Elbert 5:52; 7 Flight Hurdles-Klocko 11.33; 200 Meter ference battle. Norwalk Saydel 84, Martensdale 65, Carlisle 63, 1-35 42. Hurdles-Klocko 28.81; 800 Meter Run-Sauer 2:27. came away with a victory Top Finishers for Norwalk Indianola Meet in an exciting 3-2 win that Saydel Meet Monday, April'19, the Norwalk Middle School Boys' went to penalty kicks. ! Place Track team traveled to Indianola to compete in a meet. Sarah Schreck got Discus-Collin Schiltz 101'2"; Long Jump-Luke The runners performed very well winning three of the Norwalk on the board first Greenslade 16' 10.5"; High Jump-Neff Hanson 5'; Shuttle 18 events, in the first minute of the Hurdles-Hieu Pham, Chance Sauer, Caleb Klocko, The seventh grade teams were: SEP 133, Ames 117, match as she hit another of Schiltz 50.2; 1600 Medley-Kyle Trilk, Nathan Johnston, Indianola 90, Norwalk 74, Urbandale 71, Marshalltown her patented long-range Josh Lippert, Chance Sauer 4:21.5; 400 Meter Dash-Aus- 62, Bondurant 7, Johnston 3. shots just over the keeper's tin Lavelle 58.25; 4x200 Meter Relay-Trilk, Johnston, The eighth grade teams were: Johnston 119, SEP 104, head. Grinnell then fought Mitch Phipps, Jared Riter 1:49.8; 7 Flight Hurdles-Caleb Norwalk 88, Urbandale 81, Marshalltown 62, Ames 46, back with two goals, the Klocko 11,59; 200 Meter Dash-Josh Lippert 26.4; 800 Indianola 39, Bondurant 18. first on a chipped shot in Meter Medley-Greenslade, Pham, Phipps, Lavelle 1:51.4; Top Finishers for Norwalk the ninth minute and the 800 Meter Run-Sauer 2:24.3; 4x100 Meter Relay- pt Place last, a rebounded goal off Greenslade, Riter, Pham, Phipps 50.3; 4x400 Meter Re- High Jump-Hanson 5'6"; Shuttle Hurdles-Pham, a free kick in the 16th lay-Lavelle, Hanson, Johnston, Lippert 4:04. Sauer, Klocko, Schiltz 48.99; 4x200 Relay-Riter, Johnston, minute to take a 2-1 lead 2 Place Phipps, Hanson 1:45.30; 800m Medley-Phipps, Klocko, into the half. 400 Meter Dash-Greenslade 59.93; !600 Meter Run- Hanson, Lavelle 1:50.30. The Warriors knotted Connor Elbert 5:45; 200 Meter Hurdles-Schiltz 28.6. 2 Place the score just two minutes 3 Place LongJump-Greenslade16'7"; 100mDash-Greenslade into the second half as High Jump-Riter4"8"; 100 Meter Dash-Hanson 13.45; 13.03; 800m Medley-Kevin Meinecke, Blake Hoover, sophomore Sam Riordan 1600 Meter Run:Kevin Onstot 5:56; 7 Flight Hurdles- Mason Hughes, Greenslade 1:59.3; 4x100 Relay-Riter, scored her first career goal Schiltz 11.7; 200 Meter Dash-Hanson 26.8; 200 Meter Lavelle, Pham, .Phipps 50.67; 4x400 Relay-Lippert, as she headed home a free Hurdles-Klocko 29. Hanson, Johnston, Schfltz 4:03.30. kick from Schreck. The Winterset Meet 3 Place two teams battled into the Friday, April 16, the Norwalk Middle School Boys" High Jump-Carter Albrecht 4'8"; 7 Flight Hurdles- evening, so after 100 rain- Track team traveled to Winterset to compete in an invi- Klocko 11.79. utes of soccer, the winner tational meet. The runners performed very well win- would be decided on pen- ning four-of-the-14 events, alty kicks. Naturally, the Team scores were as follows: Norwalk 111, Stilwell Norwalk Boys Golf penalty kicks also went 100, DCG 66, ADM 42, Johnston 41, WCV 36, Clarke 32, into sudden death as both Winterset 29 and Carlisle 24. Week of April 17-24 Jake Meuler and Tyler teams were tied after the Top Finishers for Norwalk Norwalk Boys' Golf Christowski with roundsfirst five kicks, then the 1 Place teamtraveled to State Cen- of 77 and 79 respectively, sixth, then finally the sev- Shuttle Hurdles-Pham, Sauer, Klocko and Schiltz ter to participate in the Meuler finished fourth enthas the Grinnellplayer 48.65 (set a brand new record).1600 Meter Medley-Trilk, West Marshall Invitational with rounds of 39-38. shot high on the final kick. Johnston, Lippert, Sauer 4:24.55; 7FlightHurdles-Schiltz Monday, April 19. Christowski placed sixth Scoring penalty kicks for 11.26 (set a new record); 200 Meter Hurdles-Schiltz 27.5 Norwalk shot a team score with a 79. Nathan BakerNorwalk were J0slin (set a new record), of 330 to tie for fourth shot 85, Nate Myers 89,Ward, MeganPatava, Kalie 2 Place place with Pella Christian. Jonny Cheek 97 and Sam Palmer, Schreck, Hannah Discus-Schiltz 110'; High Jump-Hanson 5'2"; 400 PCM won the meet with aWeis 98. Urlis and Riordan. Meter Dash-Lavelle 59.32; 4-x200 Meter Relay-Trilk, 314 total. Nevada was sec- Norwalk beat South Johnston, PhiFFs, I?Ater 1:50.54; 16OO Meter Run-Salem ond with 323 and Grinmell Tama in boys" golf Tues- Hildebrandt 5:37; 800 Meter Medley-Greenslade, Pham, third w th Re War- ay, Apr'tl 0, yascoreof ] tt C'lrlsI riors were led by seniors q, SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES F SPONSORED BY: *COMMUNITY STATE BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *DR. 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Other Norwalk scores and Hallie Kinrnan at No. were Justin Lamb 44, Eric 5 singles. The doubles Bagby 46, Bobby Holm- teams of Taylor berg46, ZachCrain46 and Tomlinson/Taylor Kaul Jacob Peters 49. and Emma George/ Norwalk boys' golf Kinman also won their team shot another good matches. During the meet, team score and barely lost there were six tiebreakers to Jefferson-Scranton 335 played. to 332 at the Perry Invita- Thursday, April 29, the tional. Norwalk girls then Norwalk was led again dropped to an overall by Meuler, who continues record of 3-4 as they trav- solid golf play this spring eled to Boone. The girls with a round of 79. This played several close was good for third place matches. The final score overall in the eight-team was 9-2 in favor of Boone. invite. Norwalk senior Hampton The rest of the Warriors moved her singles record played consistent team to 6-1 on the season with a golf. Christowski shot 84, victory over EmilyBoehm Weis 86, Myers 86, Cheek of Boone. Freshman 89, Peters 92, Crain95 and Michaela Pearson won at Chase 97. The first four the No. 6 singles spot in a scores counted toward the third set tiebreaker. varsity score and the next four counted toward a JV team score. The JV team easily won the meet with Call 911 a team score of 373. This is for the 14th consecutive JV win for the Warriors. emergencies ! HONOR SOCIETY Concluded from p.7 New members include: Alexander Alberts, Chris- topher Anderson, Corey Anderson, Chad Bockholt, Lindsey Boothe, Lauren Bunce, Colby Campbell, HiIlary Cirksena, Megan Combs, Megan Cox, Jor- dan Davis, Austin Dermody, Jessica Dooly, Kira Fetters, Tyler Gra- ham, Mackenzie Heis- dorffer, Zane Henely, Sean Hickey, Shayna Holle, Kara Huen, Kelsey Johnston, Angela Jolly, Taylor Kaul, Evan Kimberlin, Lucas Kordick, Lauren Low, Tori Mateer, Allison McCurnin, Lacee Meade, Jesse Moehle, Janie Myers, Ashley Nguyen, Rachel Olson, Megan Patava, Jacob Pe- ters, Thao Pham, David Phillips, Joshua Temple, Trever Tolliver, Amanda Torgerson, Joshua Tuggle, Taylor Welden and Nicole Wright. Great Iowa Treasure Hunt State Treasurer Michael L. Fitzgerald wants Iowans to know they do not have to wait much longer to see if they have extra funds coming to them in the form of unclaimed prop- erty. The spring publica- tion of the Great Iowa Treasure Hunt is sched- uled to begin soon and in- cludes thousands of names that have been received in the last year. The Great Iowa Trea- sure Hunt program has re- turned over $122 million .f in unclaimed property to more than 310,000 indi- viduals since Fitzgerald started it in 1983. Un- claimed property refers to money and other assets held by financial institu- tions or companies that have lost contact with the property's owner for a spe- cific period of time. State law requires these institu- tions and companies to annually report and de- liver unclaimed property to the State Treasurer's Of- fice, where it is held until the owner or heir of the property is found. Everyone is encouraged to keep watch for the up- coming publication c0m- ing soon to papers across the state. In the meantime, all lowans are urged to visit www.greatiowa trea- sure hunt.corn and check to see if they have un- claimed property. Indi- viduals may also send an email to foundit@iowa. gov. For those who prefer corresponding by mail, write to: State Treasurer Michael L. Fitzgerald, Great Iowa Treasure Hunt, Lucas State Office Build- ing, Des Moines, IA 50319. Make sure to provide cur- rent name, previous names and addresses.