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SCHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, September 17, 2015 N orWalk High School Swimmers Fall, there are six Norwalk students who participate on the Lincoln High School Girls Swim Team. They are, left to right: Freshmen Gina Goshon and Grace Crady, Sophomore Caitlyn Belden, and Juniors Sara Bennett, Mamie Hoefler, and Jordan Hanson. These dedicated athletes practice from 5:45-6:45 a.m. and 3-5 p.111. Monday-Friday and from 8-11 a.m. on Saturdays. Their daily practice workouts are vigorous program of combined swimming, we ightlifting, and dryland cardio. For more informationjabout swimming, visit the team Website, wwwrailswimmingcom. Photo submitted. NHS Activities Director By Al Lammers Cross Country: The Warrior Cross Country teams participated last week at Dallas Center Grimes. The boys team was 8th out of 11 teams and there were 203 individual runners competing. Norwalk’s top 5 finishers were as follows: Carter Gomick: time of 19:17.00 —23rd overall (9th place sophomore division), Seth Harper: time of 19:43.00 -35th overall (3rd place freshman division), Tyler Hirl: time of 19:51.00-39th overall (11th place sophomore division), Colton Chambers time of 21:05 (53rd overall) and Ben Armstrong time of 21:24 (56th overall). Football: The Warriors traveled to Winterset Friday, Sept. 4, and came away with a statement win as they rolled over the Huskies 42-13. The Warriors struck early taking a commanding lead into halftime 35-7 and cruised to the victory. The story on the night was senior wideout Tyler Schamel who hauled in five touchdown passes from QB Brady Brandsfield to account for all of the Warrior’s scoring. The defense turned in another solid effort holding the Huskies to only 223 yards of total offense with 18 different Warrior’s recording a tackle. This week the Warriors will open District play as they host the Carlisle Wildcats for their homecoming game Friday, Sept. 11. In addition don’t forget you can join Head Coach Paul Patterson every Thursday night during the football season for the QB Club at 7 pm. in the high school library. The QB Club allows all Warrior football fans the opportunity to watch game film of the previous week, as well as the upcom- ing game on Friday. Swimming: Congratulations to the Norwalk swimmers that swim with the Lin- coln Girls Swim team for beating both Perry and Algona last week in a double dual meet at Lincoln. First place swims by Sara Bennett and Jordan Hanson plus top 3 finishes by Marnie Hoefler and Grace Crady all helped in the victory. Volleyball: The Warriors had a very successful week as they went 6-0 in match play with a non-conference win over Creston and then went 5-0 in the ADM Tourna- ment. Scores from Creston were 25-23, 25-21, 25-16 Gabby Ridgeway had 12 kills and 10 digs, Tori Van Velzen had 10 kills and 9 blocks, Morgan Taylor had 9 kills, Clare Anderson had 17 digs, and Ryley Harris had 32 assists and 3 ace serves. At ADM the Warriors defeated Perry, Knoxville, Newton, Woodward Granger, and ADM to claim the title. The Warriors improved their overall record to 11-3. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Pansy flowers are so called from the French pen- sée, meaning “thought.” Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program Applications will be taken starting November 1, for the 2015-2016 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. This program is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services through the Iowa Department of Human Rights/DCAA, and has been established to help qualifying low-income Iowa homeowners and rent- ers pay for a portion of their primary heating costs. The Red Rock Area Community Action Program, Inc, Warren County Center at 210 W 2nd Ave, Suite B, Indianola, will be taking applications from November 1, 2015 through April 30, 2016 (October 1 for households with elderly/disabled mem- ber). Applicants will need to furnish social security cards for all members of the household, a copy of their most recent heating and electric bill, and proof of all house- hold members’ gross income for the past three months or for the past calendar year. The assistance is based on household income, household size, type of fuel, and other factors. Eligibility for participation is established according to the following federal income guidelines: INCOME MAXIMUMS Household ' LIHEAP Three LIHEAP Annual Size Month Gross Gross Income Income 1 $ 5,149 $ 20,598 2 6,969 27,878 3 8,789 35,158 4 10,609 42,438 3 12,429 56,998 6 14,249 64,278 For households with more than six members, add $1,820 /$7,280 for each addi- tional member. ’THIS PROGRAM IS NOT DESIGNED TO PAY A HOUSEHOLD’S TOTAL EN- ERGY COSTS. THE PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE SUPPLEMENTAL ASSISTANEC BASED ON SEVERAL FACTORS. THOSE FACTORS INCLUDE TOTAL HOUSE- HOLD INCOME, HOUSEHOLD SIZE, DWELLING TYPE AND TYPE OF HEAT- ING FUEL, AMONG OTHERS. 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