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\ J_ Thmmda , 17, 2010 N/W nren Town and County News Page Nineteen Y J 2010 Norwalk Varsity Softball News NHS Sports Schedules Norwalk 10, through the area in the af- take a 1-0 lead on two Following are the Bases A, 5:30 p.m. TourneyvsDM East at North Polk 3 ternoon. Norwalk is now Norwalk errors and abase ballandSoftballSchedules July 2- Boone HS, A, rlela ~3,~, l[:au .a.~ The Warrior softball 4-5 on the season, hit. The Warriors took the for Norwalk High School.5:30 p.m. ,~ june z o- ~ourn lama team opened the North Norwalk 8, South Tamal lead in the bottom of the H=Home July 5 - South Tama ~-lnnt~e ~9~., ~n~t~PaHS, Polk Tournament with a The varsity girls' soft- inning when Brown A=Away County HS, H, 5:30 p.m. -- ~ - 10-3 win over OA Battle ballteam went on the road walked with two outs. DH=Double Header July 9 - Newton HS, A, A, f p.m. ........ Creek-Ida Grove. and d~feated South Tama Cammers then singled and Boys Varsity 5:30 p.m.. ....... A J:30 ~.d Knovme rl~, Norwalk scored first in Monday, June 7, 8-1 Brownmoved to third and June 18 - Newton HS - July 14 - carnsie rl , r- . ..... J " ul 1 - Newton tad, rl, the top of the second asBrown took the mound Lammers to second. DH, H, 5:30p.m. 4p.m. Y Abbe,, Monto-m, r,, and allowed eight hits Brown then scored on a June 19 - North Polk :Ju p.m. y e,-, Y Jul 2 - Saydel HS, A, reached on an error and with six strikeouts and one bad throw from the Tourney, A, TBA Boys Freshman Y went to second on a btmt earned run. The defensecatcher and Lammers June 21 -Pella Christian June 18 - Newton HS, J.Jo p.m. ....... by Sierra Nelson. Ashlee turned two double playsscored on an infield HS, H, 7"30 p m H, 11 a m jmy o - l eua tmrlstlan Seibert then singled up the and played well for thegrounder by Meuler. June 23 - pella High June21-PellaChrlstmn HS Av;'BOp;amHS H 7"30 middle to score Montgom-most part. This road win In the fourth, Norwalk School - DH, H, 5:30 p.m. HS, A, 11 a.m. - d y - " ' " err Battle Creek scored. makes the Warriors 2-0 in scored again as Reed June 24 - Winterset HS,June 23- Pella HS, A, 11 P" ....... - " the conference and 5-5 tripled and scored on aH 7"30 n m am july - sKaloosa two m the bottom of the ~ r- ~ ~ ,~.,,n-m mnln~" " on a couple overall. Nelson grounder to third. June 25 - Oskaloosa HS, June 25 - Oskaloosa HS, 1-1, ~.ou p. . Norwaik miscues in the Norwalk got it started This was a good win as A, 7:30 p.m. H, 11 . field. The Warriors came in the top of the second it" moved Norwalk to 7- 5 June 26- Brent Prange June 29-Creston HS,A, I"lrlrSrJs.Ul~v1Or,a~ ~y back with two in the top of inning with a Nelson overall and 3-0 in con-Tourney vs Ballard at 11a.m. the fourth as Tort Matter double. Seibert singledference. Hitting for Anken3 A, 10 a.m. June 30 - Grinnell HS, June 22- Carlisle HS, A, doubled and scored on a and Dani Richardson Norwalk were Lammers June 26 - Brent Prange H, 11 a.m. 6 p m. " " "1 Nelson single, walked to load the bases andReedwlthntnW(TnB WhnTourney vs Ankeny at Julyl-PellaHS, H, 11 A, JTemZ. nnne, Pitch runner Calyn Th- withone out. Hamilton hit and Richardso o Ankeny, A, 12:15 p.m. a.m. " " 1 ompson scored on a into a force out at home for RBIs went to Meuler and June 30 - Grinnell HS, July 2 - Boone HS, A, 1june za-u. rDan a e Seibert bunt. Battle Creek two outs. Brown then Nelson. A, 7:30 p.m. p.m. ourney v s malanom jv at tied it in the bottom of the walked to bring home July 2 - Boone HS, A, July 5 - Perry HS, A, 11 rlelcl gJ, A, m a.m. inning on an error and two pinchrunnerMaddieCor- 7"30 p m am ' June 25 - Urbandale singles. In the fifth inning, nish. Lammers then July 5 - South Ta, ma July 6 - Winterset HS, TourneyvsWintersetJVat Norwalk went up d-g with doubled home all three CountyHS, H, 7:30p.m. H, 11a.m. Field#3, A,l:30p.m. two outs. Natalie Meuler runners for a 4-0 lead. "- July 7 - Knoxville HS- July 7- Knoxville HS, June 26 - Urbandale singled and scored on a Norwalk got three more in [ .] D H,A, 5:30p.m. H, 11 a.m. Toumey - SE Polk JV at single by Mateer to left the fourth as Richardson July 9- Newton HS, A, July 9- Newton HS, A, Field #3, A, 9:45 a.m... stole second 7 m 1 m June 26 Urbandale that got by the fi61der,walked and , :30 p.. P- " The Warriors took com- Brown - walked and The geoduck is a huge, July 14 - Carlisle HS, A, Tourney - Dowling JV at mand in the top of the Lammers drove them both sixth with six runs. Seibert in with a triple. Lammers got it started with a Single then scored on a Meuler and Makenzie Reed grounder. In the sixth walked; Abby Hamilton Richardson doubled and sacrificed both runners up scored on a passed ball. a base and Devin Brown Hitting forthe Warriors singled to score both run- were Lammers with two, ners. Paige Lamm( rs then Meuler, Reed, Nelson, singled home Brown and Seibert and Richardson. Lammers scored when the Lammers had five RBIs, catcher tried to throw her Brown and Meuler one out at second and the ball each. ~ot by everyone. Then his- Norwalk 21 ADM 0 tory for Coach Roger Huff The varsity softball girls as Meuler and Mateer hit played one of their best back-to-back homers to games of the year at home seal the deal. against ADM Tuesday, JaceyGutknechtstarted June 8, winning 2-0. Norwalk and got the Gutknecht took the win allowi three r1 18 0n mound and threw a six hit four hits with five shut-out with no walks strikeouts. None of the and three strikeouts. The runs were earned. Brown defense played well be- came on in the fifth to get hind her with no errors for the save allowing a hit and the game. striking out two. This win The Warriors scored moved the Warriors into first as Brown started the the semi-finals against inningwith a double, was Chariton. sacrificed to second by Chariton 5, Norwalk 0 Lammers and scored on an The varsity softball girls infield grounder from lost to Chariton in the Meuler. semi-finals of the North Norwalk scored again Polk Toumament,5-0,Sat- in the fourth as Reed urday, June 5, in Alleman. singled, went to second on The Warriors hit the ball a passed ball and went to hard, but right at the de- third on a bad throw. fense. The defense for Nelson then bunted her Norwalk was a little shaky home for the second rtm. and gave up a couple of Hitting for Norwalk runs they shouldn't have. were Brown with two, Mateer started for the War- Meuler, Matter, Reed, riors and 8ave up four Richardson and Nelson runs on four hits with two one each. RBI went to walks and two strikeouts. Meuler. Gutknecht came on in the Norwalk 3, Knoxville 1 fourth and allowed one The varsity softball run on three hits with a team defeated Knoxville at walk and two strikeouts. Norwalk Wednesda June Hitting for Norwalk 9, 3-1 to go to 3-0 in the were Brown with two, conference. Brown took Nelson and Seibert one the mound and gave up six each. Some poor base run- hits with four strikeouts, ning de isions also cost the no walks and no earned Warriors. The third place runs. game was cancelled due to Knoxville scored in the the storm that rolled top of the third inning to edible clam that may weigh 6 p.m. as much as six pounds. Like a chameleon, the grouper can change its color to blend with its surroundings. Boys Junior Varsity June 21 - Pella Christian HS, H, 5:30 p.m. June 24- Winterset HS, H, 5:30 p.m. June 25 - Oskaloosa HS, A, 5:30 p.m. June 28 - Knoxville HS - JV Doubleheader, A, 10 a.m. June 30 - Grinnell HS, Girls Varsity Field #1, A, 3 p.m. June 22 - Carlisle HS, A, June 28 - South Tama 7:30 p.m. County HS, H, 6 p.m. June 23 - Grinnell HS, June 29 - Indianola HS, A, 7:30 p.m. A, 5:30 p.m. June 25 - Urbandale June 30 - Knoxville HS, Tourney vs Dowling at A, 6 p.m. Field #3, A, 11:45 a.m.July 1 - Newton HS, H, June 25 - Urbandale 6p.m. Tourney vs Waukee at July 2 - Saydel I-IS, A, 6 Field #3, A, 3:15 p.m. p.m. June 26 - Urbandale July 6 - Pella Christian Tourney vs Valley at Field HS, A, 6 p.m. #3, A, 8 a.m. July 7 - Pella HS, H, 6 June 26 - Urbandale p.m. July 8 - Oskaloosa HS, H, 6p.m. SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *DR. 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