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Norwalk Warriors Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight Norwalk Athletic Booster Club Minutes Norwalk Athletic Booster 2015-16 NABC Committee Club Chairs: 2015 - Annual Meeting Concessions: Mary July 29, 2015 Knickbocker. Motion to Matt Leek called the confirm this role was made meeting to order at 8:48 byStacyRosonke, seconded p.m. There were 10 people by Jennifer Kreider. Motion present at the Annual Meet- carried. The Board had dis- hag. cussions of a pay raise for 2015-2016 NABC Officer Mary Knickerbocker for the Elections 2015-2016 year, specifically The following nomina- a $75 per pay period raise. tions were made for the Motion was made by Matt 2015-2016 NABC officers: Leek to confirm this President: Matt Leek - amount, seconded by Darin nominated by Sara Neil. Hirl. Motion carried. Motion to close nomina- Public Relations: Nancy tions wasmade by Andy LaVelle. Motion made by Kreider, seconded by Mary Matt Leek to confirm this Knickerbocker. Motion car- position, seconded by Stacy fled. Rosonke. Motion carried. Vice-President: Darin Website Maintenance: Hirl- nominated by Matt Andy Kreider. Motion N/Warren Town and Cross Country: The Boys and Girls Cross Country teams opened their seasons last week with an meet at Knoxville and at Ankeny Centennial. The boys cross country team had a great start to the season finishing sec- ond in the Knoxville meet and then ran very competi- tively at Ankeny Centen- nial. The following are the results from those two races: Results from Knox- ville. Norwalk's top finish- ers: (40 total runners), Seth Harper-2nd in 18:39; Tyler Hirl-4th in 19:09; Ben Leek. Motion qdos . nomi-- made by.St 'y Rosonke Armstrong-9th in 20:11; nations was made by A1confirm this position, sec- Colton Chamber-13th in Lammers, seconded by onded by Nancy LaVelle. 20:57 and Ben Safris 14th Stacy Rosonke. Motion car- Motion carried, ha 21:05. fled. A new committee posi- Results from Ankeny. Secretary: Stacy tion was added for Warrior Norwalk's top 9th-10th Rosonke - nominated byWear. Sara Neff indicated grade finishers: (98 total Sara Neil. ti0n closethat she would fulfill this runners in the division), nominations was made by position. Motion made by Seth Harper-9th ha 18:26; A1 Lammers, seconded by Stacy Rosonke to confirm Colton Champer-27th in Jennifer Kreider. Motion this newposition, seconded 20:50 and Tyler Johnson- carried, by Darin Hirl. Motion car- 29th ha 20:56. Treasurer. Troy Downs - fled. Norwalk's top llth- nominated by Mary Bank Affiliation Confir- 12th grade finishers: (83 Knickerbocker. Motion to marion total runners in the divi- close nominations was City State Bank will re- sion), Carter Gornick-18th made by Darin Hirl, sec- main the affiliated bank for in 18:31; Tyler Hirl-19th ha onded by Nancy LaVelle. the NABC. Motion to accept 18:42 and Ben Armstrong- Motion carried, this bank was made by Matt 30th in 21:34. Membership: Jennifer Leek, seconded by Stacy The girls cross country Kreider - nominated byRosonke. Motion carried, team also got out to a very Nancy LaVelle. Motion to Year End Numbers and Al- competitive start in both of close nominations was locations these meets last week. The made by Stacy Rosonke,Matt Leek reported that Warriors finished in 2nd seconded by Sara Ne'fl. Mo- year-endnumberswillbeas' place at Knoxville with tion carried, confirmed by Troy Downs Kennedy Scallon finishing All nominees were at tonight's regular meefing. 5th, Jordan Heinold 7th, elected by a voting ballot He also confirmed through Emma Meyers 14th, and completed by the meeting Al l_amrners that all coaches Haley Larson 15th. At attendees, have rolled over their un- Ankeny Centennial, Ballots were counted by used allocations to the 2015- Scallon was once again Stacy Rosonke and verified 2016 year. Norwalk's highest placed by Nancy LaVelle. Open Discussion runner as she finished 21st Elections were as fol-The NABC meetings willin the 9-10 division. lows: remain to be held on the last Football: The Warriors President: Matt Wednesday of each month opened the season in win- Leek at 7:00 p.m. in the High ning fashion Friday, Aug. Vice President: School library. 28, defeating the Creston Darin Hirl Adjournment Panthers 26-7 at Warrior Secretary: StacyMotion made by A1 Stadium in the opening Rosonke Lammers to adjourn thegame for both schools. The Treasurer: Troy Annual meeting, seconded Warriors went into the Downs by Mary Knickerbocker.locker room dinging to a Membership: Jen-Motion carried. Meeting 10-0 lead at halftime but nifer Kreider adjourned at 9:06 p.m.controlled the time of pos- Committee Chair Nomina- session in the second half tions Respectfully Submitted, while moving the football The following commit- Stacy Rosonke, Secretary effectively with three scor- tee chair representatives ing drives that ended in will remain active for the field goals by Senior Zach County News Thursday, September 10, 2015 NHS Activities Director By A1 Lammers Krider. Norwalk's lone touchdown ha the second half was on a pick six by Senior Will Fraser who re- turned an interception 28 yards for the score. Both sides of the ball dominated the Panthers as the defense allowed only 275 total yards and 13 Warriors re- corded a tackle while the offense rolled up 431 yards of total offense including 313 yards through the air by junior Brady Brandsfield. Senior Tyler Schamel had a career-high 13 receptions for 130 yards. Coby Klocko led the ground attack with 62 yards on 13 carries. Norwalk traveled to Winterset Friday, Sept. 4 to take on the Huskies in a non-district game. Norwalk will return to Warrior Stadium Friday, Sept. 11 for their home- coming game with the Carlisle Wildcats. In addi- tion don't forget you can join Head Coach Paul Patterson every Thursday all Warrior football fans night during the football the opportunity to watch season for the QB club at 7 game film of the previous p.m. ha the high school li- week as well as the up- brary. The QB Club allows coming game on Friday. Preschool Tuition Scholarships Two-thousand days. This is the amount of time be- tween a child's entrance into the world and his or her first day of kindergarten. The first 2,000 days of life can have a profound impact on development making pre- school an important--yet costly--decision. 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