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I Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Norwalk Warriors Thursday, May 16, 2019 N/Warrel Town and County News Page Seven By NHS Activities A1 Lammers, Athletic Directw Warrior Fans: As we flip the calendar to May, regular season schedules begin to come to an end and post-season play awaits. We wish all of our Warrior Teams the best of luck in their quest for post- season success. Girls Golf: Norwalk hosted Newton in their final LHC dual of the season and came up just a bit short falling to the Cardinals 197-205. Jr. Emily Ellis was the runner up medalist with a 46. Warriors finish the conference dual season at 1-5. Norwalk traveled to Newton for their final regular season invitational and finished in sixth place in the seven team field. Team standings were as follows: Grinnell 175, DCG 191, Newton 193, PCM and Colfax Minho 198, Norwalk 203, and Chariton 257, Emily Ellis led the Warriors with a 46, followed by Ashley Luedtke 49, Taylor Gassmann 53, Lauren Davis and Katie Johnson 55, and Audrey Doerrfeld 56. Boys Golf: Norwalk placed 2nd in the nine team Atlantic Invitational last week shooting at team total of 307 six strokes behind Atlantic with a 301. Norwalk had several good scores on the day, led by Junior Riley Jermier who fired consistent rounds of 37 - 37. His 18 hole score of 74 put him in a tie for 3rd place. Norwalk Senior Tanner Dunn got back to his good play by firing a 75 which placed him in a tie for 6th place while Senior Max Sutcliffe shot 78, placing him in a tie for 9th. Ethan Verwers and Max Juergens both shot 80 and Senior Kobey Saddoris rounded out the scoring with 93. Girls Soccer: The Norwalk Girls Soccer Team had little lighter schedule last week with only two matches both of which were played at Warrior Stadium. The Warriors survived a 0-0 double overtime game with Winterset and came away with the victory in penalty kicks. Norwalk hosted the Newton Cardinals in a Little Hawkeye Conference matchup and needed only regulation to pick up their third conference win of the season 2-0. Gianna Bellizzi and Rachel Gavin both scored a goal for the Warriors. Norwalk is now 10-2 on the season and 3- I in conference play. Boys Soccer: Norwalk picked up a Little Hawkeye Conference victory traveling to Newton, defeating the Cardinals 3-0. Mason Lucas scored two goals and Dalton Stoffell added a third. Norwalk is now 5-0 in conference play and 7-5 overall. Girls Tennis: The Norwalk girls wrapped up the regular dual season with two meets. The Warriors defeated DM North, 11-0. Winning in singles were Jordan Bandy, Alli Kreider, Kennedi Wright, Rachel Lesley, Jenna Agey and Ellie Riter. Doubles winners were Kreider/Wright; Bandy/Agey, Olivia Johnson/ Caia Niemeyer, Katy Faust/Tevka Lackmann and Evy Platner/Emma Burnett. Senior Night was held vs. DM North and the girl's tennis team would like to recognize 11 seniors: Jenna Agey, Sadie Beermann, Emma Burnett, Ana Eagan, Katy Faust, Jenna Fisher, Evy Platner, Gabby Popescu, Chastidy Rech, Ellie Riter and Kennedi Wright. Best of luck to all of you!. In their final conference dual of the season Indianola defeated Norwalk, 6-5. Winning in singles were Bandy, Kreider and Wright. Winning in doubles were Bandy/Niemeyer and Agey/Riter. Boys Tennis: The Warriors completed the conference season last week falling to Indianola 6-5. Norwalk finishes the conference season with a 2-3 record. On Friday, Norwalk will travel to Atlantic to compete in district tennis. Girls Track: The Norwalk Girls Track Team competed in back to back meets last week Warriors traveling to Newton for the Little Hawkeye Conference Meet and then turned around the next night and hosted the final meet of the season at Warrior Stadium. Although there were no champions crowned at the conference meet, the Warriors finished fourth against some of the best track and field teams in the state. One highlight of the night was the 4x800 team of Torin Lackmann, Annie Balk, Emily Kehoe, anc Annika Wallace shattering the seven-year-old sclool record by nine seconds. The team's official record-breaking time was 9:56.44. On Thursday, the Wwriors competed in a triangular with Dallas Cente Grimes and Oskaloosa. The team had many first plae finishes for the night, but ended finishing second Oskaloosa by three points. The girls track team loks to be competitive in the state qualifying meet. Boys Track: Th, Norwalk Warriors boys track and field team competet in Newton in the Little Hawkeye Conference track meet. The Warriors had several personal best and season-best times against a highly competitive eight-t am field. Chase McKinney led the way with two conf ence titles in the 110 high hurdles and the 200 meterdash. He ran personal best times of 15.08 and 22.68respectively. Other top place wnners include: Tyler Endres and Ben Clark finish 31d and 8th in the discus-153'6" and 138'8"; Jake NelleJ is 6th in the long jump-18'9"; 5th and 8th in the 2200 for Pat Foster and Derek Webster-10:18.69 and 10:23.17 (personal bests); 4x800 3rd (season's best)-Sam Rohrer, Liam Buckley, Brody Lucas, & Grant Larson 8:23.81; 5th in the sprint medley-Carson Raper, Jake Neller, Ethan Vetterick, and Zach Marker 1:40.25; Tyler Endres 2nd in the shot with season's best throw 53'3"; Chase McKinney & Brian Hart 2nd and 5th in the 100 meter dash-22.68 & 23.16 (personal bests); Shuttle hurdle 5th-Matt Schuchard, Jake Gaumer, Keegan McKinney, & Tanner Klawonn-l:07.2; Distance medley is 2nd-Ethan Vetterick, Carson Raper, Zach Marker, and Ethan Carlson-3:43.25; 4x200 is 3rd- Ethan Vetterick, Carson Raper, Jake Neller, and Cade Brandsfield-1:36.30; Ethan Carlson & Grant Larson-800 3rd and 6th (season's best) 2:06.16 and 2:08.43; Brian Hart 3rd in the 200-23.16 (personal best); Derek Webster & Pat Foster PR in the 1600 meter run-4:56.09 & 4:58.64; 4x100 finishes in 2nd place-Carson Raper, Jake Neller, Brian Hart, and Chase McKinney-41.68; 4x400 3rd (season best)-Zach Marker, Ethan Vetterick, Ethan Carlson, & Brian Hart-3:31.63. Iowa Student Loan Offe:s College Planning Tps Iowa Student Loan offers a multitute of resources for fanilies planning for college, and for students who i tend to pursue advmced degrees. The P rent Handbook consits of valuable tips tohelp families of studerts in sixth through 12th grades prepare for success in college and other postsecordary options. The Grad Degree Gauge en- courages students to make informed decisions about borrowing levels and their ability to repay new student loan debt when considering the pursuit of an advanced degree. Both tools are available free at www.Iowa StudentLoan.org/Smart Borrowing. Norwalk High School Seniors Achieve Platinum Status on the NCRC Exam Submitted by Ashley Priekset The precious metal of platinum signifies excellence and high status. The platinum name was attributed to 2 seniors at Norwalk High School. These two seniors achieved a score of 6 or higher on the three NCRC (National Career Readiness Certificate) administered exams: Applied math, Workplace documents, and Graphic literacy. The NCRC tests the ability of students to be college- and career-ready. Skills tested are reading and using work-related documents, problem solving, critical thinking, interpreting information obtained from graphics, and performing mathematical operations in working environments. According to ACT Workkeys, only 1 percent of test takers across the country achieve platinum status, which signifies a readiness to learn about or perform in 99 percent of existing occupations. Students must score at the highest level in all three tests to achieve the platinum status. It is exciting to have two students achieve this honor. The high achieving Norwalk High School seniors are Hannah Jameson and Jack Riordan. Hannah plans to study communications and Jack plans to study criminal justice this coming fall. The NCRC is among ACT's array of tests. We partner with Iowa Workforce Development who provides the materials, and the test is administered during the internship class. Employers can use results from the NCRC as concrete proof of the skills prospective employees have. Congratulations to Hannah and Jack! 1 SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES 1 SPONSORED BY: *BORST COUNSELING SERVICES 240-9474 *EDWARD JONES Benjamin Pearson 981-1800 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 *NORWALK FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *PHOTO PRINTING, INC 989-3251 *TRUBANK 285-4900