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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, May 13, 2010 NHS Boys' Tennis Winners of the Norwalk High School boys' tennis scores from recent matches are as follows: Pella 10 vs. Norwalk 1 Doubles: Justin Sene- caut and Kyle Brown. Norwalk 1, Urbandale 10 Doubles: Cory Ogle and Alec LaVelle. Grinnell 7, Norwalk 4 Singles: Cory Ogle; Doubles: David Welker, Alex Alberts and Kyle Brown. Norwalk 2, Boone 9 Singles: Mark Phillips; Doubles: Alberts and Brown. April 3O Norwalk 11, North Polk 0 Singles: Austin Kat- zureck, Austin Dermody, Aaron Katzureck, Josh Temple, Mark Phillips and Luke Kordick. Doubles: Cory Ogle, Welker, Alberts and Brown. Mara Norwalk 6, Oskaloosa 5 Singles: Dermody, Temple, Kordick. Doubles: Welker, Ogle, Brown and Alberts. Norwalk 7, South Tama 4 Singles: Dermody, Temple, Phillips and Kordick. Doubles: Ogle, LaVelle, Alberts and Tabor Nunez. Norwalk 9, Knoxville 2 Singles: Dermody, Aaron Katzureck, Temple, Phillips and Kordick. Doubles: Welker, Ogle, Brown and Alberts. Quick Lunch Fixes (NAPS)--Bringing your lunch to work or school can be a simple way to save money and calories. Try these tips for building a better lunch box: Keep moist foods such as sliced tomatoes in their own bag so the rest of your lunch isn't soggy. Try to prepare your lunch the night before to save time in the morning. Bring plenty of fresh MS CHOIR TO PRESENT MUSICAL "Beauty and the Beast" Norwalk Middle School seventh and eighth grade choirs will be performing, "Beauty and the Beast" Friday, May 14, at 7 p.m. Admission is $3 for adults and $2 for students. Students have been painting, sewing costumes, making props and being real dra- matic in the choir room the past six weeks. The following students will be leading the fun-filled evening: Narrator 1-Rachel Fielweber, Narrator 2-Katlyn Schochenmaier, Narrator 3-McKenzie Hixson, Narra- tor 4-Chelsea Lancelotti, Bookseller-Kenedi Walker, Belle-Baylie Martin, Lefou-Jaleel Chandler. Gaston-Nolan Murphy, Maurice-Dennis Crum, Cogsworth-Nick Baker, Lumiere- Alex Snethen, Babette-Katie Campbell, Mrs. Potts-Hannah Hoover, Chip-Bryce Origer, Beast/Prince-Sebastian Capp. Silly Girl 1-Kim Suckow, Silly Girl 2-Abbey Ellis, Silly Girl 3-Jordan Patterson, Madame De La Grande Bouche-Maggie Nielsen, Baker and Statue-Travis Bochholt, Villager and Villagers-ArieUe Floyd and Choirs, Monsieru D'Arque-Josh Lippert, A Mother-Kelsey Warfield, Wolves-Josh Lippert, Travis Bockholt and Old Beggar Woman-Laura Frazer. Nick Baker as Cogsworth and Maggie Nielsen as Madame De La Grande Bouche. Zach Wichart painting the village scene. OVIATT ELEMENTARY By Dr.' Laura Sivadge Preschool-lst Grade Principal and Rodney Martinez 2nd-3rd Grade Principal i Sports and Sportsmanship Children's sports should be fun, fulfilling, and teach good sportsmanship. Sometimes, however, competitive and assertive adults can undermine these goals and ruin the child's experience. The key is to make sure every- one involved is supportive of the child and practices good sportsmanship. Here aresome tips: Let children choose. Make sure that your child chooses which sports to try. Parents can unknowingly pressure their children to live up to their athletic dreams or accomplishments. Encourage variety. Getting too wrapped up in a single sport at a young age may lead to emotional and physical problems as your children grow. Also, parents who have invested a lot of time and money in one sport may prevent their children from trying something new. A better idea is to try a variety of sports and see what "clicks"-all the while knowifg that your child's inter- ests may change. Look for the right fit. Take extra time matching your child with the right team and league. For younger chil- dren, focus on leagues that emphasize gaining skills rather than competition. As your child progresses, he or she may want to register for leagues that are more competitive. The coach is key. Do your homework when it is time to match your child with a coach by talking to other parents and children. Concentrate on how the coach makes the children feel, how much they are learning and how much fun they are having, instead of on the win-loss record. Keep disappointment to yourself. Every child feels down when he or she has a bad day on the field or court. Do not let them feel they have disappointed you. Re- member that frustrated or disappointed children need you to be understanding and encouraging. Also, try to avoid making negative comments or even "helpful criti- cism" immediately following an event. Leave a little time so that everyone has a chance to get some perspective. Have the coach talk to parents who are over-the- top. There is often at least one parent who seems un- able to control his or her outbursts during games. Rather than handling it yourself, speak with the coach. Ask him or her to sit down and discuss how the negative actions make other parents and children feel. Tune out game time criticism. Teach children to tune out criticism while they are playing. Help them develop a mental shield, so that any taunting remarks from the audience bounce right off them. Penalize unsportsmanlike conduct. As in many sports, there is a penalty for unsportsmanlike behavior. Make sure your children know that your family has a policy as well. Never allow your children to get away with name-calling, dirty play, cheating, or acting out. Have firm rules in place and enforce them. If the bad behavior persists, pull your child from the team. Finally, do not push your child. It would be amazing if your child became an Olympic star or professional athlete. But remember that the chances of that occurring are slim, even for children who excel at a young age. Encourage their ambition, but understand that the main reasons to get involved in sports are to learn teamwork, have fun, get fit and make friends. Food For Thought---Snacks such as cholesterol-free Pretzel Crisps are a low- calorie way to add taste and texture to a healthy lunch. fruit. Not only is it portable, it can also help you feel full and satisfy your sweet tooth. Also, remember that you can add a delicious crunch to your lunch while keeping good health on your pl.ate. Try pairing fun snacks such as trans fat- and cholesterol- free Pretzel Crisps with soup or a sandwich for a burst of flavor and texture. They come in varieties including Buffalo Wing, Everything, Honey Mustard and Onion, and All-Natural Original. For more tips and infor- mation, visit www.pretz 1 crisps.com. Mackenzie Hixson, Hannah Hoover in the castle. Photos submitted. Forgive your enemies but never forget their names. -John F. Kennedy Norwalk Boys' Golf Norwalk boys' golf team participated in two duals last week. The Warriors lost to Dallas Center-Grimes (DCG) last Monday at Rolling Hills 170 to 166. Norwalk was led by senior Tyler Christowski, who shot 37 and was good enough for runner-up honors. The rest of the Warriors struggled in the meet. Other Warrior scores were Nate Myers, Jacob Peters 44, Jonny Cheek 45, Sam Weis 47 and Jake Meuler 51. Norwalk's JV beat DCG 184 to 194. This is the 14 th consecutive win for the Warrior's JV team. Norwalk was led by JV medalist Zach Crain's 39. Other Norwalk scores were Brad Chase 48, Ty Johnson 48, Adam Alberts 49, Justin Lamb 49, Eric Bagby 50, Taz Zimmerman 53 and Clint Miller 57. Norwalk beat Knoxville and tied Grinnell in the Tues- day, April 27, dual at the Grinnell Country Club. Norwalk and Grinnell shot 156 and Knoxville 178. Norwalk is now two wins and no losses with two ties in dual play. Norwalk shot their best team score of the year and was led by Christowski and Meuler. Christowski and Meuler each fired 38, to tie for runner-up honors. Other Warrior scores were Myers 39, Nathan Baker 41, Cheek 42 and Weis 42.