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SCHOOL and SPORT,S OfficialPublication for the Norwalk Community School District I Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Middle School Boys Track Monday, April 29, the Norwalk Middle School Boys Track team traveled to Dallas Center-Grimes to com- pete in an invitational meet. Norwalk finished 4th in the 7th grade division and the 8th grade finished 4th. Team scores in the 7th grade division were: Urbandale 114, Indianola 100, DCG 92, Norwalk 75, Fort Dodge 73, Johnston 73 and Marshalltown 23. Team scores in the 8th grade division were: Stillwell 165, Ankeny 104, Indianola 93, Norwalk 82, DCG 62, Urbandale 50, Johnston 3. Top Finishes for Norwalk 7th Grade: 1st Place 200 Meter Dash-Grant Garner 26.05; 400 Meter Dash- Garner 56.51 * New 7th grade record; Shot Put-Max Hosier 32' 11"; 4 X 400 Relay-Blake Johnson, Chris Bowles, Drew Rosonke, Luke Vaske 4:28.2 2nd Place 100 Meter Dash-Garner 12.77 3rd Place Long Jump-Garner - 16'4"; 4 X 200 Relay-Kasey Leaper, Johnson, Vaske, Hosier 1:54.32; 4 X 100 Relay- Carson Sup, Sam Houk, Allan Mooer, Hosier 55.41; 800 Medley Relay-Sup, Vaske, Hosier, Rosonke 2:01.23 Top Finishes for Norwalk 8th Grade: 1st Place 100 meter Dash-Justin South 12.57; 200 meter Dash- South 26.41; 400 meter Dash-Jacob Connelly 56.66; 1600 meter Medley Relay-Dalton Harger, Coby Klocko, Ben Armstrong, Sonny Onken 4:14.12 2nd Place 1600 meter Run-Kason Crall 5:17; 4 X 400 Relay- Crall, Andrew M ellencamp, Connelly, South 4:02.12 3rd Place Shot Put-Ryan Kennedy 41"11"; 800 meter Medley Relay-Orin Waters, Andrew Jensen, Brady Brandsfield, Cormelly 1:50.21 Tuesday, April 30, the Norwalk Middle School Boys Track team traveled to Bondurant to compete in an in- vitational meet. The runners performed very well and won their second meet of the season with a team score of 190 points. Top Finishes for Norwalk 1st Place "Shot Put-Kennedy 43'11"; Discus-Kennedy 111"; High Jump--Gonnelly 5"0"; 4 X 800 Relay-Mellencamp, Hunter Pappan, Jack Livingston, Dylan Lane 9:43.93 New Team Record; Shuttle Hurdle Relay-Kasey Leaper, Keagan Leaper, Sam Campbell, Caleb Rees 1:10.3; 1600 M.edley Relay-Hosier, Jensen, Isiah Funk, Crall 4:24.27; 400 Meter Dash-ConneUy 57.35; 4 X 200 Relay-Garner, Jensen, Hosier, Brandsfield 1:46.85; 1600 Meter Run-Crall 5:11.39; 10 Flight Hurdles-Rees 16.52; 800 Medley Relay-Funk, Waters, Brandsfield, Connelly 1:51.56;.200 Meter Hurdles2Rees 29.02; 800 Meter Run- Mellencamp 2:18.59; 4 X 400 Relay-Garner, Crall, Connelly, South 3:53.32 New Team Record 2rid Place 200 Meter Dash-South 25.01; 100 Meter Dash-South "12.15; 800 Meter Run-Lane 2:22.04 3rd Place 1600 Meter Run-Livingston 5:33; 200 Meter Dash- Garner 25.39; 4 X 100 Relay-Funk, Waters, Jensen, NHS SPRING CHOIR CONCERT All of the Norwalk High School Choirs will present their final performance of the year in the High Sschool Gym Wednesday, May 15, beginnir/g at 7 p.m. The Purple Choir, Chamber Choir and Gold Choirs will per- form their Large Group Contest repertoire and honor the graduating seniors. The 2013 seniors are Sharlett Allen, Kat Appel, Tay- lor Bair, Bethany Benes, Megan Cook, Ross Hraha, Raven Kimmel, Emma King, Kaitlyn Ludlow, Tim Philhpsj Jor- dan Pomeroy, Brandie Robson, Ramsey Tabatabai, Stevie Wallace, Sierra Zuffa, Sam Bergan, Michael Bockholt, Ben Elliott, Katie Phillips, Blake Raymondj Evan Reynolds; Kes Smith, Shannon Stephany and Calyn Thompson. After Prom A Success By Kathy Fazio On a normal Saturday night the Norwalk High School gym is darl and quiet. That was not the case Saturday, April 27. This evening, it was filled with 293 students having a good time at After Prom. Sounds of music and their laughter echoed throughout the halls. They had many things to do-a game truck, lasertag, inflatables, volleyball, a photobooth, a caricaturist and a DJ for karaoke. Also, the students had plenty of food through- out the evening. It ended with prizes and a hypnotist. Then the students were treated to a pancake breakfast at the fire station. The After Prom committee would like to thank the MANY parent s who volunteered their time to help deco- rate, clean up or spend the night with us. Also those who donated food or jars. We would also like to thank the following for donating items or money for prizes: Accounting & Tax Solutions, Andy's Nails, Angela Ellis (taking pictures), Baratta's, Bordenaro's; The Buckle, Capital City Fruit, Carla Hopkins (Tropical Sno), Cherry Berry (Norwalk), Community State Bank, Consumer Credit, Countryside Golf, Cumming American Legion, Drake Diner, 4 Season Auto Wash, Fareway, Fridley Theaters, Guide One, Haskin Chiropractic, Hardee's (Army Post), Hy-Vee (Corp.), Hy-Vee (Fleur Drive), Iowa Health, JDJ Performing Arts. Also, John Phillips In,, Kum & o, Lane Ins., Loffredo's, Lancaster Paint, MaryJane Sharp (helping with pictures), Milroy's Tuxedos, Mr. Mogle (for the use of his kitcheri), Nail SPa (Norwalk), Norwalk Family Dentistry, Norwalk Fire Department, Norwalk Lions, Norwalk School Administration, Norwalk Tire & Auto, St. John's Knights of Columbus, Sam's, Scott's, Smitty', Subway (Norwalk), Taco John's (Norwalk), Tim McConnell Photography, Tim Vofland Photography, Val Lanes, Villagio's, Wetlmark (MicheUe Hargin). The following colleges sent items for prizes: A1B, Buena Vista, Coe, Cornell, Iowa State, Graceland, Loras, Luther, Mercy College of Health Sciences, Simpson, Southwest Comm. College, University of Iowa, Univer- sity of Northern Iowa, Waldorf and Wartburg. Also, a big thark you to Gwerk Enderlin and Deb Fairfax for all their help. If we have forgotten any names from this list, we are sorry. ' Again, thank you to anyone who had anything to do with making this worthwhile event a success. A very Brandsfield 51.89 special thank you to the students who attended. You are the reason we do it! Throughout history, basil has been thought to incite The typical hen will lay about 19 dozen eggs a year. romantic passions; in Italy, it symbolizes love. Norwalk Warriors Thursday, May 9, 2013 , Girls Tennis at Grinnell The Norwalk girls tennis team fell to Grinnell Tues- day, April 30, by a score of 9-2. Michaela Pearson won at No. 1 singles over Grinnell's Lily Hamilton. At No. 2 doubles, Sarah Roemer and Liz Nimmo picked up a win for the Warriors. The junio r varsity had a good showing against Grinnell as well. Eight doubles teams claimed victories. Winners at Grinnell: Kirn Suckow./Brett Bunnell, Katie Olson/Kenedi Walker, Mikayla Jaminet/Kelli Newhall, Alli Moore/Katlyn Narber, Baylea Polito/Rachel Riter, Christine Mallory/Audrey Pritchard, Hannah Grout/ Kaylee Argo and Mattie Ralston/Melinda Klawarm. Norwalk Girls Track Results " Still battling snow and cold weather, the Lady War- fiord participated in only one track meet the week of April 15. The tea/n finished second in a hard-fought battle at the DCG Invitational. Dallas Center-Grimes scored 126 points to beat the Lady Warriors by just six points. There were many great performances on the night despite the cold temperatures. Place wLrmers are as follows: Shot Put-lst Talia Zook 34'11"; Shuttle Hurdle-lst Jessica VanZuuk, Jordyn Marvelli, Ashley Williams, Rachel Johnson 1:09.57; 400m-lst Sam Feller 1:01.55; . Discus-lst Zook 112-07; 800m-lst Sarah Adams 2:25.07; 400H-2nd Jaycie Owens 1:11.30; 4x400-2nd Feller, Owens, Megan Westhoff, Adams 4:22.79; 4xl00-3rd Marvelh, Tayler Rogers, Hannah Hoover, Johnson 52.97; 4x200-3rd Rogers, Dana Billingsley, Johnson, Hoover 1:53.32; Sprint Medley-3rd Williams, Billingsley, Rogers, Feller 1:55.28; High Jump-3rd Taylor Voitel 4'10"; 1500m-6th Katie Meinecke 5:34.02; 400m Hurdles-4th Owens 1:11.30; 4x800-4th Adams, Meinecke, Cassidy Gomick, Hannah Schiltz 10:44.00; Long Jump-5th Jordyn Phipps 14-08.00; 100m Hurdles-6th Williams 17.28. Congratulations also goes to the Lady Warrior shuttle hurdle team of Hoover, Williams, Johnson and Marvelli and the 4x100 team of Marvelli, Rogers, Johnson and Hoover for qualifying for the Drake Relays. LIBRARY EVENTS Concluded from p. 7 on during class. Parents and care providers: expect full interaction with your little ones and some helpful tips on early lit- eracy skills you can use at home. This st0rytime is de- signed for a one-one or two-one care provider to child ratio. Wee Ones-for walkers up to 22 months. Saturdays, June I through 22 from 9:30-10 a.m. Join us for lapsit stories, finger plays, sign language and songs[ Parents and care providers: expect full interaction with your little ones and some helpful tips on early lit- eracy skills you can use at home. This storytime is de- signed for a 1-1 or 2-1 care provider to child ratio. i00il :i ii!! ! i 0000i0000ii!i00!iiii i 0000!iiiiii iil 00i/I