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SCHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Connnunity School District ] Norwalk Warriors I&apos;age Eight Monday, Aug. 19 The Norwalk boys golf team traveled to Indiano- la to compete in the Indi- anola Invitational. Nor- walk placed 8th out of 10 teams shooting a com- bined score of 349. The fol- lowing were their individ- ual scores for the Varsity team: Carter Albrecht 85, Carter Mallett 87, Mike Guessford 87, Cannon Ridgeway 95, Jason Mie- host 93 and Nick Rosonke 90. The final team stand- ings were as follows: An- keny Centennial 294, Southeast Polk 301, DSM Roosevelt 306, Ottumwa 307, Newton 326, Indiano- la 335, Ankeny 335, Nor- walk 349, DSM Lincoln 388 and DSM East 414. The Norwalk JV team finished 4th out of 8 teams in the invitational. The fol- lowing were their individ- ual scores for the JV team: Tyler Landstrum 93, Col- ::::;.:: lin Miller 110, Zack Kelly 112, Ryan Owens 94, Ben Halin 94 and Chris Higgens 102. Norwalk traveled to J6ster Park to take on Wau- kee and Johnston in the Warriors 1st dual meet of the year. Team scores were:  Waukee 158, Johnston 159 and Norwalk 185. Norwalk scores were: Mike Guessford 44, Carter Mallett 46, Nick Rosonke 47, Cannon Ridgeway 48, Carter Albrecht 49 and Jas- on Meihost 51. JV Results: Waukee 158, Johnston 173 and Norwalk 190. Norwalk scores were: Ryan Owens 45, Ben Hat- fin 45, Tyler Landstrum 49, Chris Higgens 51, Jared -, Riter 52 and Zack Kelley 55. Tuesday, Sept. 3 Norwalk boys golf team hosted Indianola in a dual meet. The Warriors defeat- ed the Indians by a score of 153 to 164. Norwalk was led by junior Carter Mal- lett and senior Cannon Ridgeway. The Norwalk pair each shot one over par 36, which was good for a tie for Medalist honors. Sophomore Tyler Land- strum, in his first Varsity meet, took third with a 38. Other Norwalk scores N/Warren Town and County News Norwalk Boys Golf Team Results were: Mike Guessford 43, Carter Albrecht 47 and Nick Rosonke 45. The Norwalk JV team also defeated Indianola.by a team score of 170 to 181. Norwalk was led by Jason Meihost 40 and junior Zack Kelley 40. The five over par was good for JV Medalisthonors. Other Norwalk scores were: Col- lin Miller 45, Chris Higgens 47, Alan Delker 49, Rhett Dempsey 47, Jared Riter 46, Charles Put- brese 49, Ryan Owens 44 and Ben Hallin 41. Thursday, Sept. 5 Norwalk traveled West- wood Golf Course in Newton to play in the 10- team invitational. Nor- walk placed 6th with a team score of 337. Nor- walk knocked off 12 strokes from their last in- vitational and continued to improve. SE Polk won the meet with a 301 and -< Mason City was 2nd with a 316. Norwalk was led by junior Mike Guessford who placed 11th with a 79. Carter Mallett shot 83, Cannon Ridgeway 87, Carter Albrecht 88, Tyler Landstrum 88 and Nick Rosonke 95. Thursday, September 12, 2013 Central College Counselor at NHS Central College admis- sion counselor Brett New- endorp will visit Norwalk High School Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 10:30 a.m. All students are invited to meet Newendorp in the school's counseling center to learn more about Cen- tral. Central College is a resi- dential liberal arts college dedicated to the ducation of 1,500 undergraduate students. Guided by its ecumenical Christian tra- dition, the college commu- nity engages in vigorous, free, open inquiry in pur- suit of academic excel- lence. Founded in 1853, the college is affiliated with the Reformed Church in America and NCAA Di- vision III athletics. Carter Mallett. Photos submitted. Alan Delket Ben Hallin Time has a way of weeding out the trivial. -Richard Ben Sapir Homecoming- Week of the Warrior SUNDAY (September 8, 20D) Street and/or car painting (3:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.) MONDAY (Septembel09, 20D) Dress up as: "FavoriteMovie Character/Person/Etd)ay" After School Activity: NONE TUESDAY (September II, 2013) Dress up as: "Twin/Triplet Day After School Activity: Hallway decorating (3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.) Seniors - Tom Apart Theme Juniors - Movie Theme Sophomores - What NOT to Wear Theme Sponsors must be prese,lt Rock Solid Volleyball (Following the Varsity Volleyball Game 9:00 p.m. ish) WEDNESDAY (September I, 2013) Dress up as: "What Not to Wear Da Night Activity: Powder Puff Football Game @ 7:00 p.m. (Football Field) Sponsors must be present|elp with students in stands) THURSDAY (September 1, 2013) Day Activity: "Torn Apart Day After School Activity: Community Pep Rally @ 7:00 p.m. FRIDAY (September 1, 2OD) Day Activity: "Spirit Duly (dress in PURPLE AND GOLD School Pep Assembly during the end of 8  period at approximately 2:30! EVERYONEis encouraged to go as prizeswill be handed out for the best costumes of the week! After School Activity: 'llIq C]hwl't.llll Game time is set for 7:30 p.m. Homecoming Court introduced at 7:00 P.M. SATURDAY, 6eptember 11, 2013) Dance: "hA Warrior Runble" 8:00-I 1:00 in High School Gym Decorate for Dance at 8am, anyone welcome! Tickets can be bought at the Door. $I0 per Ticket ($1 to $2 will go towards senior scholarship(s) at senior honors night in May) " " ' . ',:  !: '.' i::.  ?':i" . ':":' " ' i' " ' ..... " ........ .............. '  .:,.i,f'.. r-,,, : f ,. ]-::4 2, ' '.. '"-: ' ' " . . ". . i: