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SCHOOL and SPORTS I Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Norwalk Boys Tennis Team Places 5th At State Norwalk Warriors Thursday, June 6, 2013 Pictured, right to left: 1st place Davenport, Assumption, 2nd place Marion, 3rd place Spencer, 5th place Norwalk (Austin LaVelle and Grant Wright), 7th Place Waterloo, Columbus. Missing 5th place and 8th place Pella teams and 4th place Keokuk. Photo submitted. The Norwalk Boys Ten- nis duo of Austin LaVelle and Grant Wright traveled to Byrnes Park in Waterloo May 24 and 25 to compete in the State Tournament. The District champions opened play against a tough team from Fairfield, Maharishi and lost in three sets 3-6, 7-5, 1-6. Then they played in the Consolation Bracket and beat John Eide and Zach Gailey from St. Edmond, Fort Dodge by a score of 3-6, 6-3, 1-0(8). This allowed them to play Atlantic who were their District Champions. Norwalk won again 6-3, 1- 6, 1-0(6). When the young War- riors beat Atlantic this al- lowed them to play on Sat- urday for no worse than 8th place out of a field of sixteen in the tournament. The tournament was moved inside due to rain and Norwalk played Pella's #2 squad  (Tom Palmer and Aaron Van Maanen). LaVelle a;nd Wright played excellent and won 7-5, 6-3. This set up a re-match with the Pella #1 squad and the #4 seed of the tourney (David Lapthorn and Jamison Roozeboom) who beat LaVelle and Wright in the LHC tourney. LaVelle and Wright played awesome and won by a score of 6-1, 6-4. This allowed thereto place 5th overall in the tournament. They did not lose a match after their one loss at the start of the tour- nament. I Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! From Legislature Julian Garrettl Young Teen Driver Rules Changed One of the bills we passed near the end of the session, Senate File 215, changes the rules for young teens and driver's licenses. One change re- quires that before a minor receives an intermediate driver's license, they must have had their instruction permit for one year instead of the current six months. Also, a teen driver with an intermediate license, unac- companied by a qualified adult, usually a parent, cannot have more than one unrelated minor passen- ger, meaning a person who is not a sibling a step sib- ling, or a minor who lives in the same household, for the first six months of the license. This provision can be waived by the parent. The license must show whether this provision has been waived. An unaccompanied mi- nor with a school permit Concluded p. 11 Photos by Justin Scott of JScott Images, Waterloo. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211