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SCHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District [ Page Eight Warrior Soccer Shots Shots on Goal 11 4 9 7 Goals Assists Norwalk Connor 1 Adamson Zane 1 Henely" Tyler 1 Stanley Dave 1 Phillips Zach Schroeder Norwalk vs. Pella The Warrior varsity soc- cer team faced off against two Pella teams during the week of May 9. A deter- mined Dutch team outlasted the Warriors in the first game of the week, walking away with a 2-4 victory. For the Warriors, Connor Adamson capital- Nonvalk vs Pella Game Statistics Varsity Norwalk Pena ized on an assist from Zane Henely for a score and Tyler Stanley set up Dave Phillips for the second goal. In JV action, the Dutch came out on top of the JV A team, 1-2, while the Warriors J VB team handed the Dutch a 3-2 loss. Comers 4 1 Time in Saves Goal 80 minutes 5 Norwalk ally net three shots for a 3- vs. Pella Christian 1 victory. Goals were Thursday, May 12, the scored by Phillips (assisted Warriors regrouped to put by Nick Wenger), Adam- on a solid performance son (assisted by Henely) against the Pella Christian and Adamson (assisted by Eagles. Defensiv.ely, the Mitch Phipps). This vic- Warriors refused 1;o. give tory boosted the Warriors' up a goal until less than Little Hawkeye Confer- two minutes remained in ence record to 6-1 and the match. Offensively; the clinched a share of the con- Warriors continued to ferencetitle. pound the goal to eventu- Norwalk vs Pella Christian Game Statistics Varsity Shots Shots on Comers Goal Nonvalk 23 13 7 Pstla 5 4 2 Chdstlan Goals Assists Tim in Saves Goals Nmwalk Goal Against Connor 2 Adamson Zane 1 Henety Mitch 1 Ph== Nick 1 Wenger Dave 1 Phillips Zach 75 minutes 2 0 Sdwoader Austln 5 minutes 1 1 Schulz w Warrior Soccer Roundup The Norwalk boys' soccer team ended their confer- ence season winning the Little Hawkeye conference champions title after clinching a win against Pella Chris- tian. The Warriors traveled to Ames for their final week of schedule play. JV B team Freshman ended with a tie game 0-0. Lucas Bell was in goal the entire game. This group of boys played hard and with heart to keep the score tied. Coach Kralik is excited about the talent on this team moving up next year. JV A team lost 0-5 against a quick Ames team. The score was 0-5 at halftime. The Warriors regrouped at halftime and shut down the Ames team in the second half. Freshman defenders Tommy Scallon and Dennis Crum played an outstanding game and were key to keeping Ames from scoring. The Norwalk Varsity team came out strong putting " "the first goal on the board in the first 13 minutes of the Concluded p.10 N/Warren Town and County News Middle School Track Records By Josh Tobey The Norwalk Middle School boys and girls track teams recently completed a successful season by breaking two previous records and establishing baseline times in two new events. Talia Zook broke both the shot put and the discus records this season. Zook's throw of 32' 6.0" broke the previous shot put mark of 31' 2 W' setby Jessica Fraser in 2004. Zook's record-breaking throw in the discus trav- eled 91' 1" and shattered the previous record of 80' 4 3,4" set by Hannah Th- ompson in 2002. The 2011 season also introduced the beginning of the 10 Flight Hurdles, a change from old seven Flight Hurdles. The shuttle hurdle relay also increased from seven to ten hurdles. For the boys, Bryce Origer established the inaugural time in the 10 Flight Hurdles with a time of 17.35. For the girls, Ashley Williams set the mark at 16.34. In the lengthened shuttle hurdle relay, the girls' team of Jessica VanZuuk, Emily Delker, Jaycie Owens and Ashley Williams set the time to beat at 1:13.84. The boys' shuttle hurdle relay team of Carter Albrecht, Colton Cook, AJ Tabatabai and Origer were timed at 1:12.66. Congratulations to all of these individuals and the teams for a productive season. In a year in which the athletes were not able to practice on a track due to construction, the coach- ing staffs did a tremen- dous job of being creative with practice plans and preparing the athletes for competition. The girls were coached this year by Justin Hartman, Michelle Wiedmann, Stephanie Jass and Justin Wiese. The boys were coached by Doug Richardson, Erik Fisher and Tracy Call. i Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! Norwalk Warriors Thursday, May 26, 2011 i Norwalk Boys Golf Team Monday, May 9, Norwalk traveled to Grinnell to play in the Grinnell Invitational and placed fifth out of seven teams by shooting a 355. Oskaloosa won the meet with a 312. Norwalk had six golfers all within three strokes of each other. Brandon Mahlstedt led the Warriors with an 88. Other Norwalk scores were Nate Myers 89, Sam Weis 89, Jake Peters 89, Eric Bagby 91 and Brad Chase 91. Friday, May 13/ Norwalk played in the 3A Sectional meet and placed third out of eight teams. The top two teams moved on to District play. Norwalk shot their lowest 18 holes team score of the year, but it wasn't enough. Creston won the Sec- tional with a 318 followed by ADM's score of 324. Norwalk shot 329 to finish five strokes out of second. Norwalk was led by sophomore Mahlstedt's score of 80. Mahlstedt missed going on to Dis- tricts by one stroke. Chase played well in the rain and wind and shot his season low of 81. Other Warrior scores were Myers 84, Bagby 84, Weis 93 and Peters 93. Be A rrior! Support the Norwalk Dance Team by showing your Norwalk Pride with a 3' x 4' Spirit "N" painted in purple on your driveway for $20. For information call Rose Adams at 974-7685 or Michele Hargin at 689-5581. Requests are also accepted online at www.league lineup.com/norwalkdanceteam. Photo submitted. Jamaica 0veJ ruff -% YouIvo 001110 II Love, - Morn & Dad J Norwalk Soccer Club IPSL Select U19 thru Ull tryouts TRYOUTS: Tryouts are held at the McAninch Soccer Complex in Norwalk, IA U11-U13 Boys and Girls - June 7, 2011 5"30-7.0 PM (rain date is 6/9) June 16, 2009 5:30-7d)0 PM (rain date is 6/17) U14+ Boys and Girls - June 21 and June 23 5-30-7.) PM (no rain date) Tryouts are unrestricted and any surrounding communities may partidpate. **Ployers are encouraged to attend both nights, but are not required to do so. Tryouts are open for all age groups U19 thru Ull boys and girlsl The number and age group of tasms for 2011-2012 are dependent on how many players may qualify as select level players for teams at the Nomalk Soccer Club. Tryout Fee is $15. The player will receive a NSC t-shirt. Fee is non-mfunda. For detailed information and to register visit us at www.nofwalksoccer.org. [