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Norwalk Warriors I Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Thursday, June 17, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seventeen Molly Hill Places 26th at State Golf Meet Norwalk senior -Molly Hill participated in the 2010 state golf meet in class 4A played at Otter Creek recently. Hill fired an 89 the first day, ending the day as she began, draining a 20-foot putt for par. Hill never seemed to be in trouble during the round. The sec- ond day she started out bogie, par and bogie. She then struggled on the next few-holes and finished the front nine with a 50. Starting the back nine, Hill parred every other hole for the next six holes and again seemed "in com- mand of her h0t . Playing her last hole, the par five number three, Hill found the water twice and fin- ished with her worst hole of the tournament, but still a respectable 43 on the back. She finished the day with 35 putts and made the fairway on nine of her drives. She made the green in regulation five times during the day. She had a total of six pars on the course which measured over 6,000 yards. A total of 59 golfers participated in class 4A. Hill is only the second Norwalk player to make the state tournament in nine years. At lhe peak of Tulip Mania in Holland, a Gouda tulip bulb rose in market value from twenty guilders to over twelve hundred guilders in a ingle week. Molly Hill hits approach shot on #17 at state meet. Molly Hill hits chip shot on #1 at state meet. Photos submitted. WARRIORS YOUTH BASKETBALL CAMPS The Norwalk Warrior boys basketball coach, staff and players will host youth bas- ketball camps this Summer in the Norwalk High School Gym. Beginner Camp for K-2 is July 12-16 from 9 to 10 a.m. The cost is $25 and includes fun, improved basketball skills and a camp t-shirt. Competitive Camp for grades second - fifth is also July 12-16 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Cost is $40 and also includes a camp t-shirt. Camp for boys entering sixththrough eighth grade will be held July 19-23 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The cost is $50. Each day of camp will include fundamental develop- ment such as dribbling, passing, shooting, defense and game development of screen- ing, spacing and how to be a good teammate. Participants of all camps will need to bring athletic clothes and clean tennis shoes. Goals of the camps are to lay the foundation for the future Warrior teams. For more information, contact Norwalk Head Boys Basketball Coach, Chris Larson at 981-4204 (work) or 515-360-3462. NHS GIRLS SOCCER NEWS The girls' soccer team started regional play re- cently hosting Winterset Tuesday, June 1 and the following day as well as the game was halted 25 minutes into the first half Tuesday due to lightning. Winterset 3, Norwalk 1 The two teams picked UP the match at the point of suspension with the score 0-0 and that is the way the first half ended. Norwalk wasted little time LADY WARRIORS' YOUTH BASKETBALL CAMPS The Norwalk Warrior girls basketball coach, staff and players will host youth basketball camps this summer in the Norwalk Middle School Gym. One camp is for all girls coming into the eighth grade in the Norwalk School District this fall. The second camp is for girls coming into fifth through seventh grades and a third camp-is for girls going into second through fourth grade. The camp for those going into eighth grade will be July 7, 8, 9, 19, 20, and 21 from tl a.m. to 12:45 p.m. and July i2, 13, 14, 15, 16 from 10:15 a.m. to 12 noon. Regis- tration fee is $20. Benefits are developing skills, having fun and camp practice reversible. The camp for fifth through seventh graders is sched- uled for July 7, 8, 9, 12, 13j 14, 15, 16, 19, 20 and 21 from 8 to 10 a.m. The cost is $30. Benefits include contest scoring in the second half prizes, developing skills, having fun and receiving a as they came out and got camp t-shirt. two goals within a minute The camp for second through fourth graders will be when Megan Patava July 12 through July 16 from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. The headed home a comer kick cost is $25. Benefits include contest prizes, learning new from Sarah Schreck in the skills, having fun and receiving a camp t-shirt. 36th minute. Schreck fob Participants of all three camps will need to bring ath- lowed that up with a goal letic clothes, clean tennis shoes and a water bottle. from a free kick 30-yards Goals of the camps include starting to lay the foun- out. Halie VanVelzen dation for tlqe future Lady Warrior teams, developing scored the final goal in the skills such as dribbling, shooting, passing and defense, 48t" minute after the ball learning game development and having fun contests. bounced around in front of For more information, contact Norwalk Head Girls the goal following another Basketball Coach, Steve Wermerskirchen at 981-4201 Schreck corner kick. (work) or 515-681-9017. Winterset did manage to get on the board with a long kick in the waning From NHS Dean's Office ' minutes of the match for Thursday, May 27, numerous local scholarships were the 3-1 final score, given to the Norwalk High School Class of 2010. The Norwalk 10, Knoxville 0following local organizations, businesses and individu- The Warriors then als presented scholarship money to assist students in hosted Knoxville Friday, pursuing further education: Climbing Boys Chimney June 4, for a second round regional game where they won handily 10-0. Norwalk had beaten the Panthers just 3-0 earlier in the season, but Norwalk came out hitting on all cyl- inders. VanVelzen scored first in just two-and-a-half minutes on a cross from Hannah Urlis. Schreck scored the first of her two unassisted goals in the sixth and the 31St minutes, both from a distance of 20- 25 yards. Joslin Ward took a cross from Maggie Tho- mas on the chest and guided it into the net in the 22nd minute. Thomas'then got a goal of her own off a Patava' corner-kick in minute 33 and Patava fol- Cleaning, Desenberg/Donhowe Memorial Scholarship (funded by City State Bank), Dr. J.W. Winter Memorial Scholarship, Don Oviatt Memorial Scholarship (funded by his family), Eastern Star Chapter 537,.Four Seasons Auto Wash (funded by Jim Watts), Graham Visual Arts Scholarship, Iowa State Bar Assodation (Warren County Attorneys), John Frederick Performing Arts Award, Knights of Columbus Scholarships, Lorraine Ghrist Memorial Scholarship (Kmded by her family), Masonic Lodge, Mogle Family Trust, Norwalk Chamber of Com- merce, Norwalk Lions Club, Norwalk Music Boosters, Norwalk Optimist Club, Norwalk Women of Today, NPEA (Norwalk Professional Education Association), PEI (Professional Educators of Iowa), PEO Chapter OR and Vicki Montgomery Memorial Scholarship. The Norwalk High School Admihistrati0n, Deans, Faculty and Students appreciate the generosity of all who contributed to assist students in their post-second- ary endeavors. A special thanks to the Fellowship Com- munity Church for allowing the Senior Awards Night to be held at their facility. Concluded p.18 ith Photo View Photos of State occer at To Davecsmithphotography.com Password "Soccer" order a CD of photos, call 360-4991 Dave at iH q