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Official Publication for the Norwalk Commmity School District [ Norwalk Warriors Thursday, July 25, 2019 N/Warren Townand County News Page Seven Norwalk All School Reunion To Be Held August 4th The Norwalk All School Reunion will be held on Sunday, August 4th. The reception will be held from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Norwalk Eastview 8-9 School, in the cafeteria, 1201 North Ave, in Norwalk. Enter by east drive north of high school - follow signs. The building is air conditioned. Registration is payable at door. Bring photos and classmates as we are continuing to add to the book of The History of Norwalk Schools and need all of your help. Invite a classmate to come with you. Questions? Call Becky Barkley at 515-577-5688 or email becky1974@centurylink.net. NHS Activities By A1 Lammers, Athletic Director Warrior Fans: The summer season is quickly coming to an end as softball regional tournament games were played and the Warrior baseball team begins tournament play. Once tournament play is finished, we will turn our attention to the fall season. Please note that all official practices for fall programs begin on Monday, August 12th. Students wanting to participate in any athletic program must have an updated physical on file, and when registering your son or daughter for school enrollment you must have also signed off on the waiver, concussion protocol, and good conduct policy. The Norwalk Athletic Booster Club will be holding their annual meeting on Wednesday, July 31st. There are numerous board positions that will need to be filled due to present volunteers leaving those positions. If you would want to play a vital role in the success of our athletic programs, please contact the Athletic / Activities Office or current Booster President Kent Wulf. Baseball: It was a busy but successful week for the baseball team as they packed in seven games over a six day stretch winning six of seven including a pair of Little Hawkeye Conference doubleheaders. The first of those twin bills saw the Warriors travel to Newton picking up the sweep 11-0 and 4-3. Norwalk ended the week with a pair of close wins over conference leader DCG, 9-8 and 2-1. The Warriors picked up a pair of non-conference victories over Boone to start the week 4-3 and ADM 7-2. The only blemish was a 15-0 loss to Carlisle in the middle of the week at Carlisle. Norwalk is now 16-15 on the year and will complete their regular season schedule with a pair on non-conference games traveling to North Polk and then hosting Urbandale for Senior Night, and then prepare for post-season district play in which they will travel to North Polk as the #5 seed and will play the #4 seed Carlisle Wildcats. Norwalk completed the conference schedule with a 12-9 record finishing 4th behind Indianola, Oskaloosa, and DCG. Softball: The Warriors season unfortunately came to an end as Oskaloosa defeated Norwalk in the 2nd round of the regional tournament 4-1. The Warriors finished the season with an overall record of 20-15 and finished second in the Little Hawkeye Conference behind conference champion Indianola with a 13-7 conference record. Norwalk finished a busy conference schedule earlier in the week with a pair of games at Indianola falling to the Indians 2-0 & 7- 0. They traveled to Newton for a pair of makeup games splitting the twin bill with the Cardinals winning the first game 6-3 and dropping the second 7-4. Norwalk finished the regular and conference season hosting DCG in a conference makeup game, and completed a successful Senior Night defeating the Fillies 2-1. Norwalk Athletic/Activities Website: www.norwalkwarriors.org May Minutes: Norwalk Athletic Booster Club On June 2nd, 2019, NABC President Kent Wulf called the May meeting to order at 5:58pm. Eight were in attendance including: Kent Wulf, Kara Greenlee, Sara Reece, Jen Kreider, Zach Lipovac, Al Lammers, Aanna Hoch aid Mary Knickerbocker. Secretary's Report: .kanna Hoch reviewed the minutes from the April 209 meeting. Upon a motion duly made by Jen Krhder, seconded by Mary Knickerbocker and unanimously carried, the minutes from the April 2019 meeting were approved. Treasurer's Report: Sara Reece, NABC Treasurer, presented the May financial reports. Financial reports are available for review. Discussion surrounded the NABC's involvement and eventual contribution to the PECC. It was determined to invite the PECC team to the next NABC Board meeting to discuss their needs. Upon a motion duly made by Kara Greenlee, seconded by Mary Knickerbocker and unanimously carried, the financial reports for May 2019 were approved. Concession Report: l iary Knickerbocker shared that the small grill locat t at the ball fields broke. They are using the big grll instead and that seems to be working well. Coach's Wish List: HE Boys Golf- $394.56 for Season range balls: Upon emotion duly made by Kara Greenlee, seconded by JerKreider and unanimously carried, the HS Boys ]olf team expense was approved. HS Boys Tenns- $72.67 for Boys State Tennis Meal: Upon a maion duly made by Aanna Hoch, seconded by M ry Knickerbocker and unanimously carried, tle HS boys tennis team expense was approved. Boys Tennis- $265.35 for post season awards: Upol a motion duly made by Jen Kreider, seconded by Kara Greenlee and unanimously carried, tie HS boys tennis team expense was approved. HS Softball - $861.06 for Protective screens, pitchers pocket and other equipment. Upon a motion duly made by Kara Greenlee, seconded by Mary Knickerbocker and unanimously carried, the HS Softball expense was approved. HS Softball - $488.13 for Coach Apparel. Upon a motion duly made by Kara Greenlee, seconded by Mary Knickerbocker and unanimously carried, the HS Softball expense was approved. HS Baseball - $3,338.99 for Practice Balls and Field Equipment. Upon a motion duly made by Sara Reece, seconded by Kara Greenlee and unanimously carried, the HS Baseball team expense was approved. HS Weight Room - $1,000 for TEAMBUILDr Software renewal/iPads. Upon a motion duly made by Aanna Hoch, seconded by Kara Greenlee and unanimously carried, the HS Weight room expense was approved. HS Boys Soccer- $171.00 for Coaches Apparel: Upon a motion duly made by Aanna Hoch, seconded by Kara Greenlee and unanimously carried, the HS Boys Soccer team expense was approved. HS Wrestling - $1,095 for Coaching Apparel. Upon a motion duly made by Aanna Hoch, seconded my Mary Knickerbocker and unanimously carried, the HS Wrestling expense was approved. Membership Report: Jen Kreider was present to report that this month showed membership down $2,652.43 from this time last year. 2018-19 membership thru end of May is $49,998.01 with 3 new members utilizing the employer match program. Technology: Andy Kreider was not in attendance but provided an update highlighting that Jot form for the golf team registration was streamlined and the NABC Bylaws were uploaded to the website. The Norwalk Shop: No report from The Norwalk Shop this month. Athletic Directors Report: Zach Lipovac, Middle School AD, reported that May was slightly "lighter" in events but they had already started fall sports signups. Those number continue to increase year after year, 7/8 Football has over 100 boys, 7/8 Volleyball has 90 girls and Cross country has 30 kids signed up. A1 Lammers, High School AD, reported the spring sport programs were all very successful. Boy Track had the highest finish at state in many years, Girls track had 8 events qualify, Boys tennis had boys state doubles champions, Boys golf made it to state, tied for 4th in a rain shortened tournament, Girls Soccer is expected to advance in regions and possibly to state, Boys Soccer tied for conference champions, Girls Tennis had a strong season placing second in conference, and Girls golf continues to improve. Public Relations: Nancy LaVelle is waiting final reports from Al Lammers to send out all notes of congratulations to the spring athletes. Specia.1 Events: Ashlee Knickerbocker provided a report to the board. Only 5 tee times remain for the tournament. NABC members should be receiving their assignments for getting donations etc. for the tournament. Andy Kreider recommended adding the purchase of mulligans at the tournament. Old Business: No old business to discuss. New Business: No new items were presented to the board. With no further items to discuss, Kent Wulf entertained a motion for adjournment. On a motion duly made by Al Lammers and seconded by Mary Knickerbocker the NABC Meeting adjourned at 6:50pm. The next meeting is Sunday, June 30th at 7:00pm in the Norwalk High School Library. Respectfully Submitted, Aanna Hoch, NABC Board Secretary SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES 1 SPONSORED BY: *BORST COUNSELING SERVICES 240-9474 *EDWARD JONES Benjamin Pearson 981-1800 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 *NORWALK FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981.0224 *PHOTO PRINTING, INC 989-3251 *TRUBANK i 285-4900 :