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I Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District I Norwalk Warriors Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, May 20, 2010 NHS Concert Band Receives 24th Consecutive Division I Rating The NHS Concert Band received its 24th consecutive Division I (Superior) rating at the State Large Group Concert Band contest Frida~ May 7, at the Winterset High School. The band performed extremely difficult literature quite well. Under the di- rection of Ken Huen and Nick Menke, the 11/12 Concert band performed the master- work "Symphonic Dance No. 3 - Fiesta" by Clifton Williams. The band also per- formed the contemporary favorite "Pastime" by Jack Stamp. The band's preparation and discipline paid off for a high score and great performance. The 9/10 Concert Band also performed at State Large Group contest. They opened their set with "Reverberations" by Brian Balmages. The band then performed the concert band standard, "Yorkshire Ballad," by James Barnes and concluded with a high energy Matt Conway piece, "Pursuit." Being judged on the same criteria as 9-12 grade bands, the 9/10 band received a high Division II rating (Excellent). The band and directors are proud of an outstanding performance and how both bands repre- sented Norwalk with pride, maturity and high musical standards. Middle School Boys' Track News Gzime.a Meet Monday, May 3, the Norwalk Middle School boys' track team traveled to Dallas Center-Grimes to compete in an invitational meet. The runners per- formed very well winning five of the 18 events. Top Finishes for Norwalk were First Place: Discus-Collin Schiltz 97'; Shuttle Hurdles-Chance Sauer, Hieu Pham, Caleb Klocko, Schiltz 48.92; 1600m Medley-Kaleb Dammeier, Nathan Johnston, Josh Lippert, Sa- lem Hildebrandt 4:17.93 and 800m Medley- Dammeier, Kyle Trilk, Neil Hanson, Austin Lavelle 1:51.5. Second place: High Jump-Hanson 5'6"; and 4x200 Relay-Jared Riter, Johnston, Mitch Phipps, Hanson 1:45.8. Third place: 4x800 Re- lay-Kyle Patava, Conner Elbert, Sebastian Rusher, Kevin Onstot 10:41. B Team Ist Place was Elbert 4"10. CiinnellMe Tuesday, May 11, the Norwalk Middle School boys" track team traveled to Grinnell to compete in the Little Hawkeye Con- ference Meet. In the sev- Hallin, Hughes 2:08. enth grade division Top Finishes for Norwalk finished sixth Norwalk 86 Grade and the eighth grade team First place: High Jump- won the conference cham- Hanson 5'2"; Shuttle pionship in a highly-con- Hurdle Relay- Sauer, tested competition. Pham, Klocko, Schiltz Team scores in the sev- 48.72 and 4 X 400 Relay- enth grade division were Schiltz, Johnston, Hanson, South Tama 124, Lavelle 4:00.34. Oskaloosa 109, Pella 100, Second place: 1600m Newton 84, Knoxville 56, Run-Sauer 506.98 (New Norwalk 48 and Grinnell Team Record); 4 X 100 Re- 37. lay-Riter, Phipps, Lippert, Team scores in the Phipps 51.24; 4 X 200 Re- eighth grade division were lay-Riter, Dammeier, Norwalk 115, Grinnell Phipps, Hanson 1:45.30 113.5, Pella 81, Knoxville and 200m. Hurdles-Schiltz 80, Oskaloosa 63, Newton 27.92. 60 and South Tama 45.5. Third place: 400m. Top Finishes for Dash-Lavelle 57.29; Seven Norwalk 7th Grade Flight Hurdles-Klocko Second place: Long 11.54; 800 Medley- Jump-Luke Greenslade Dammeier, Johnston, 16'4"; 400m Dash- Lippert, Lavelle 1:51.42 Greenslade 58.09 and and 1600 Medley-Phipps, 200m Dash-Greenslade Trilk, Johnston, 25.98. Hildebrandt 4:21. Fourth place: High Fourth place: 4 X 800- Jump-CarterAlbrecht4'6" Patava, Elbert, Onstot, and Seven Flight Hurdles- Rusher 10:14; 100m Dash- Albrecht 13.84. Riter 12.74; 400m Dash- Fifth place: Shuttle Lippert 60.57; Seven Flight Hurdle Relay-Albrecht, Hurdles-Pham 11.64 and Colton Cook, Michael 1600m Run-Hildebrandt Riordan, Bryce Oringer 5:26. 56.46; 1600 Medley-Mason Fifth place: 200m Dash- Hughes, Ben Hallin, Kevin Hansen 26.68 and 200m Meinecke, Riordan 4:53 Hurdles-Klocko 28.55. and 800 Medley-Chase Fouts, Blake Hoover, Norwalk Boys' Golf Norwalk shot 343 at South Tama to finish sixth place in the Little Hawkeye Conference tournament Monday, May 3. Pella won the meetwith a score of 315. The War- riors were led by Tyler Christowski's 83. Other Warrior scores were Jake Meuler 86, Nathan Baker 87, Nate Myers 87, Jonny Cheek 91 and Sam Weis 92. Norwalk boys' golf team Tuesday, May 4, trav- eled to Atlantic to play in the Atlantic Invitational. Norwalk placed fourth out of 11 teams. Norwalk shot 332. Keumper Catholic won the meet with a score of 310. Norwalk was led by Meuler with an 81 which placed him tenth. Other Warrior scores were Baker 82, Christowski 83, Myers 86. Cheek 89 and Weis 97. Norwalk wrapped up the golf week traveling to Colfax. Norwalk placed Christowski's score of 77, third in the 11- team tour- which was good for fourth nament. The Warriors shot place. Other Warrior 337. PCM won the meet scores were Meuler 84, with a score of 314, fol- Myers 86, Baker90, Cheek lowed by C01fax with 335. 90 and Weis 93. Norwalk was led by senior NHS GIRLS" SOCCER NEWS The Norwalk High School girls' soccer team played just one match last week losing a 3-0 contest against conference leader Newton Tuesday, May 4. Newton scored in the sixth minute off a corner kick that the Warriors were unable to clear out for the only score in the first half. Norwalk had their opportunities, but were 'not able to find the net that evening as they and Newton each had 15 shots for the game. Only the Cardinals were able to capitalize as they scored twice more in the second half in the 52nd and 77th minute to win the match and take sole possession of the confer- ence lead. The girls were in action Saturday, May 15, for a first- round game at their own tournament against Gilbert at Norwalk-McAninch Sports Park. SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *DR. *COMMUNITY STATE BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 DONNA GRANT FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *JJ DESIGNS CUSTOM embroidery/screen print - 953-6306 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *MAID RITE SANDWICH SHOP 981-1031 *NORWALK INSURANCE SERVICES 981-0434 or 981-4293 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *SCOTT'S FOODS 981-0606 *NEWTON STANDRIDGE STANDRIDGE GROUP 229-5310 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 I