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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News State Hersh, ,.y Track Meet Tarynn Rodman, 5  place- 100 meters, 6 th place-50 meters, 9-10-year-old girls. Nicholas Thome, 6 th place, 50 meter dash, 9-10- year-old boys. Thursday, July 1, 2010 The State Hershey Track Meet was held Saturda June 12, at the Marshalltown High School Track. An as- tounding total of 41 state qualifiers represented Norwalk at the event. Norwalk's number of state qualifiers was top five in the state and Norwalk even crowned a state champion in the girls 9-10 year old 4x100 relay. We ap- preciate the parents for helping us get your child to the state meet. After a little rain (downpour), the event was a great success. Participants qualified through the local Norwalk meets held at the end of the school year. Those meets were held, in conjunction, by Norwalk Parks and Rec staff and the Norwalk School District P.E. instructors; especially Charity Campbell and Justin Weise. We also appreciate the meet workers who volunteered their time. The state meet results are listed below: 9-10-year-old girls State Champions-4x!00 relay: Trinity Hopkey, Kennedy Scallon, Taylor VanderHolt, Halie Reznik. Third place-400 meters, Scallon; fifth place-100 meters, Tarynn Rodman; sixth place-50 meters, Rodman; tenth place-200 meters, VanderHolt; 16th place-SB throw, Reznik; 36 th place-50 meters, Emma Tollefson. 9-10-year-old boys Fifth place-SB throw, Cameron Brock; sixth place-50 meters, Nicholas Thome; eighth place-400 meters, Carson Raper; 11 t" place-200 meters, Blake Chittenden; 13 th place-100 meters, Chittenden. 11-12-year-old rls Eighth place-4xl00 relay, Morgan Weber, Eva Clark, Jenna Riordan, Olivia Steenhoek; 18 th place-400 meters, Jessica Phipps; 25 th place-100 meters, Weber. 11-12-year-old boys Second place-400 meters, Jacob Connelly; fourth place-4xl00 relay, Kasy Leaper, Reid Kallenbach, Spen- cer Hutchinson, Keegan Leaper; sixth place-SB throw, Justin South; 11 h place-200 meters, South; 13 th place-800 meters, Dylan Lane. 13-14-year-old girls Seventeenth place-200 meters, Brianna Barnett; 20 t" place-100 meters, Barnett. 13-14-year-old boys Sixth place-800 meters, Sonny Onken; seventh place- SB throw, Austin Agan; seventh place-4xl00 relay, Tyler Clarkwilt, Dylan Polka, Zane Turner, Sonny Holmberg; 11  place-1600 meters, Kyler Desmond; 18 th place-200 meters, Ben Armstrong; 20 th place-100 meters, Onken; 22 nd place-Standing LJ, Brady Lange. State Champions, 4x100 meter relay, left to right: Trinity Hopkey, Kennedy Scallon, Taylor VanderHolt, Halie Reznik, 9-10-year-old girls. Left to right: Eva Clark, Olivia Steenhoek, Jenna Riordan, Morgan Weber, 8 th place, 4x100 meter relay, 11-12-year-old girls. Kennedy Scallon, 3 rd ....... :" ...... year-oldPlace" 400girls.meters, 9-10- ' ::" " 'I 1 VARSITY SOFTBALL Concluded from p.9 runs. Lammers had two hits, Brown, Hamilton, Meuler and Thompson one each. In the second game Norwalk lost to Waukee, 3-1. Gutknecht took the mound and gave up six hits with three strikeouts, two walks and a hit batter and one earned run. The Warriors scored in the fourth inning when Hamilton walked, was sac- rificed to second by Lammers and scored on a single from Nelson. Nelson had the Warriors' only hit and RBI. This left Norwalk 11-11 on the season. Carsen Raper, 8 h place, 400 meters, 9-10-year-old boys. Jacob Connelly, 2 nd place, 400 meters, 11-12,year-old boys. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Canoe and Kayak Polk County Conserva- tion naturalists will be giv- ing basic kayak lessons Tuesday, July 13, at Jester Park, Shelter #5, from 6-8 p.m. and basic canoe les- sons Wednesday; July 7, at Chichaqua Bottoms Greenbelt from 6-8 p,m. Canoes, kayaks, paddles and life jackets are pro- vided for both programs. Pre-registration is re- quired for both programs. To register, go online to www.mycountyparks.com. Austin Agan, 7 h place, softball throw, 13-14-year-old boys. Photos submitted. Time is the coin of life. Only you can determine how it will be spent. -Carl Sandburg lllIl,,I,lllll, lI,llll l ,ltl , I:l lII, I:,lliltl]HlIllll, ,:] Ii! !I'11  l!il --r- !i I ii ' ' 'i i : :!:,I! r i!!l['.,l!FITmim.midlid, " ....