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Thursday, May 19, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven Norwalk Warriors Place Fifth inLHC Norwalk Warriorg played in the Little Hawkeye Conference golf tournament and took fifth place. The Warriors were led by Carley Kleppe with 100 and Jordyn Cox with a 101. Jade Sells finished with a career best 107 and Kaitlyn Ludlow and Erin Bunce each shot 110. Liz Purdum finished the round with 123. Newton won the tournament with a team score of 337, Grinnell was next with 345. Pella and South Tama tied for third with 398, orwalk was next with !18. Pella Christian fol- owed with a 434, )skaioosa a 444 and Knox- ville ended the day with 527. The next day the War- riors traveled to Atlantic for a girl boy event. The girls played at Nishna Hills while the boys were at the Country Club. The Lady Warriors took fifth in a field of twelve teams shooting 403. Kleppe was fifth overall with a 90. Cox shot a 101, Bunce a 103. Sells finished with 109. Ludlow and Purdum both ended the day with 112. Thursday, May 5, the Warriors wrapped up a grueling week of tourna- ments with an 8 th place fin- ish at Ottumwa. The fa- tigue the girls experienced playing 54 holes in four days was reflected in their scores. Kleppe led the Warriors with a 104, Cox finished with 107. Taylor Mallett, playing in her first 18-hole invite, shot 110. Ludlow finished with 114. Christin Carr and Lauren Bennett tied at 122. " Lad3 Warriors Clip Eagles Norwalk shot their low- est nine-hole total since 2003, ori the way to a 187- Jenna Manatrey hits her drive in JV meet. LADY WARRIORS GOLF 206 win over Pella Chris- tian, at Countryside dur- ing the hottest day of the year. Cariey Kleppe was the meet medalist with a 44. Kaitlyn Ludlow shot her career best as runner- up with 46. Jordyn Cox also shot her personal nine-hole best with a 47. Brandie Robson in JV meet against Perry. Christin Carr tees off at Ottumwa. Marie Putbrese puts ball in play versus Perry. Carley Kleppe prepares to hit drive on #3 at Coun- tryside. Erin Bunce and Taylor Mallett tied with 50. The Warriors finish the dual season with a 3-4 record. Norwalk JV vs Perry The Lady Warriors JV golf team hosted Perry at home and picked up their third win of the season. Christin Carr was medal- ist with a 49. Taylor McKenzie shot a 58. Rachel Hoodjer finished with 59 and Jenna Manatrey and Brandie Robson tied with 64. The Warriors are 3-0 on the sea- son. BOYS GOLF Concluded from p.9 Nate Myers each shot 85, which was good for 8 th place. Other Warrior scores were Sam Weis 86, Brandon Mahlstedt 89, Jake Peters 89 and Brad Chase 91. Tuesday, May 3, the Warriors went to Atlantic to par- ticipate in the 3A Sectional warm-up. The Atlantic In- vitational hosts many of the teams that will be in Norwalk's 3A Sectional meet at the Atlantic CC. Norwalk shot 344 to place 6 th overall. Kuemper Catho- lic won the meet with a 297. Atlantic's 330 and Creston's 321 were the other Sectional teams to defeat the War- riors. Bagby continued his fine play by firing an 81. This placed him 11 th overall in the 78-player field. Other Warrior scores were Peters 86, Weis 87, Chase 90, Myers 92 and Mahlstedt 94. Saturday, May 7, the Norwalk boys golf team wrapped up the week by participating in the Colfax In- vitational. Norwalk placed 3 rd out of the 11-team field by shooting 344. Colfax won the meet with a 327, fol- lowed by PCM's 342. The Warriors were led by Peters and Weis who both shot 84, which tied them for 8 t" place overall. Other Norwalk scores were Bagby 87, Myers 89, Mahlstedt 90 and Chase 96. Alfred Davis, Davenport, The Black Ticket on his lunch hour and won a $50,000 top prize. He decided to take the rest of the day off to claim his prize! Do you know about our QR Code? ORicki Scan this code by noon on May 25 with your smartphone to learn about a lottery contest. 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