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Thursday, May 19, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine ROACH Concluded from p.8 say, it was wall-to-wall kids with hardly any room to move. Today we usually have 18-20 students per room in the lower elemen- tary. There are more in the upper grades, but still far from the 63 we had. Throughout the years, I have taught second, third and fourth grades, but in 19951 went back to school so I could become the Reading Teacher for Oviatt Elementary. At the time, when I was teaching at each grade level I thought that grade level was the best, but then I would try something else and think - "No this is the best!" Each grade brought different joys and I enjoyed each of them. But in 1995 1 found my true calling, teaching reading to students all day. I truly believe reading is the cornerstone of learning and if a child cannot read, education will be difficult for them throughout their school career. I have been very lucky to have had a career doing what I loved doing. It was something even as a young child I knew what I wanted to be when I grew up. My only question was "What do I have to do to become a teacher?" My journey started at the Uni- versity of Iowa and fin- ished at Drake University after I married the "love of my life" in the summer of 1968. I have spent 41 years in the Norwalk District teaching children to be- come life-long readers. A job I have loved and will miss so very much when I retire this spring. I will miss the kids, my col- leagues and most of all, the joy of teaching. I have seen many changes over the years in education and specifically, the Norwalk School District. I will miss being a part of this, but will carry with me many wonderful memories. Retirement wishes may be sent to Suzette Roach, 120 Center Street, Norwalk, IA 50211. She would love to hear from any of he r former stu- dents! Boys Golf Places Two on All-Conference Team Monday, May 2, Norwalk traveled to Grinnell to par- ticipate in the Little Hawkeye Conference golf tourna- ment. Norwalk placed 3 rd out of seven teams. Oskaloosa blistered the course by shooting a team score of 314. Grinnell was second with 337, followed by the Warriors 345. Norwalk placed two members of the golf team on the All-Conference team. Senior Eric Bagby and Junior Concluded p.ll A Norwalk Boys Soccer Team-PINK OUT Breast Cancer Awareness Night The Norwalk boys soc- cer teams were at home this past week with games against Pella and Pella Christian. Tuesday, May 10, lots of Warrior fans came out to support the high school boys' team as they had a "PINK OUT" as a Breast Cancer Awareness Night against Pella. The varsity team wore pink jerseys and pink shoelaces. Pink shirts were sold that read "Warriors Believe" to raise money for breast cancer research. In addition, other pink items were for sale with all proceeds go- ing towards breast cancer research. At the end of the game each varsity player threw a pink souvenir ball signed by the player. Many pink balls also had additional initials honor- ing individuals who have personally fought or died from cancer. Norwalk's senior midfielder Connor Adamson scored the first goal off an indirect kick rom senior forward Zane Henely in the first five minutes of the game. Pella turned the game around quickly coring three goals in the next 15 minutes. At halftime the score was Pella 3, Norwalk 1. In the second half, senior goal keeper Zach Schroeder had a great stop off a pen- alty kick. Amiscommuni- cation between the Norwalk defenders and goal keeper allowed Pella SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: r i *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *DR. 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The women's concession stand, all pro- four on goal versus Pella alumni game is at 10 a.m. ceeds benefit the Norwalk nine and seven on goal. followed by the men's at Soccer program. Bring JV & Freshman:.The JV noon. Both games will be your family and friends to boys soccer team also played at McAninch watch and come hungry played and lost to Pella by Sports Complex. Many for lunch! In addition, the 1. The final score was of Norwalk's distin- team will be selling a num- Norwalk 1, Pella 2. guished high school ber of old uniforms, warm- TheW/Freshman group alumni will be back to ups as a team fundraiser. was the only team to se- play, including Norwalk cure a win for the Warriors against Pella. Sophomore forward Tim Phillips scored in the first five min- utes off an assist by fresh- man forward Justin Pappan. Sophomore Joel Allison gave the Warriors another point on the board when he stepped in front of a pass intended for Pella and took it all the way to the goal. At halftime the score was Norwalk 2, Pella 1. In the second half jun- ior Ryan Jansen passed the ball to Phillips for another .......... Warrior goal. Final score of the game Norwalk 3, Pella 2. The Warriors played their final Little Hawkeye Conference game on Thursday; May 12, against Pella Christian at home clinching the win and a share of the conference title with Pella. The pass- ing and execution midfield helped secure a Warrior NorwalkVarsity Soccer Forward Zane Henely. win. Dave Phillips put the first goal in the net for the Warriors off an assist from senior forward Nick Wenger. Warriors'second goal came from a missed shot from Henely when Adamson followed up for another Warrior goal. Freshman Mitch Phipps gave an assist to Adamson for the third goal for Norwalk. Pella Christian scored their first goal with two minutes left in the game. Norwalk had 23 shots, 13 on goal. Pella Christian had five shots, four on goal. Schroeder was in goa ! 75 minutes with two saves and zero goals against him. Junior goal keeper Austin Schulz had five minutes in goal, one save and one goal against. Final score Norwalk 3, Pella Christian Norwalk Varsity Soccer Senior Midfielder Austin 1. Pappan. Norwalk Varsity Soccer Senior Forward Dave Phillips. Photos submitted.