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lip Norwalk Warriors Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, September 19, 2013 Warriors Come Away with First Road Win By Tyler French 9/10 Volleyball Game vs. Newton IDid You The Norwalk Warriors once again found victory Friday, Sept 6, with a 24- 14 win over the Mustangs from DCG. Norwalk put points on the scoreboard first as they kicked a field goal early in the'game to go up 3-0. DCG quickly answered with a touch- down to take the lead 7-3, but the Mustangs did not find the end zone again until the fourth quarter. Norwalk scored a touch- down in the second quar- ter on a passing touch- down to b/eil Hanson and went into the half up 10-7. Neither team would score in the third quarter caus- ing the game to go into the fourth quarter with only a three-point deficit separat- ing the teams. Norwalk pulled away for good with two touchdowns in the fourth. DCG would also reach the end zone, but it was too late in the game for it to have a large im- pact. The Warriors were able to return home from DCG knowing that they had outplayed the Mus- tangs on their home field. The defense was once again solid and did not al- low DCG to get any mo- mentum started. They stuffed the Mustangs on the ground as the Warrior defense allowed only 103 yards on 33 carries. After struggling somewhat stop- ping the run last week against Newton, they had a complete turnaround against DCG. The pass de- fense was just as strong for Norwalk, allowing 233 yards on 41 pass attempts Norwalk allowed a large amount of yards, but it took DCG a high amount :~llb of attempts and comple- tions to reach that number. The Warriors also forced a turnover through the air as Collin Schiltz recorded his ;#~ again and was a key com-than five times and each ponent in the Norwalk's finished with over 20 win at DCG. yards. The Warriors did The passing game was not record a touchdown the major story for the on the ground, butthebal- Warrior offense. Freshman anced running attack was quarterback Brady Brans- a perfect complement to field once again played the strong game the War- like a veteran quarterback, riors produced passing the playing with a high ball. The running game amount of confidence and was key to the success that standing tall when under Norwalk found through pressure from the Mus- the air, as the strong run- tang defense. He finished ning game forced the Mus- with 200 yards on 13 tang defense to focus on completions with three of stopping more than just his passes ending in touch- the pass. downs. The most telling With another, strong stat of how well Brans field performance, Norwalk has played was the fact that he begun to disprove any finished with only three doubt people had about incomplete passes. Brans- this team entering the sea- field also had success on son. It is easy to see that the ground gaining 56 this team-may have been yards on 16 carries, effec- underrated coming into tively running the option the season. The entire corn- and running strong on munityis behind this team quarterback keepers, and attendance has been Through two games high. Bransfield now has 318 passing yards and five Norwalk Boys touchdown passes with no Golf Team i.nterceptions. On the re- ceiving end of Bransfield's The Norwalk boys golf passes were Neil Hanson, team played in the Luke Greenslade and Ottumwa Invitational Nathan Johnston. They Tuesday, Sept. 10 and finished with seven placed six out of 10 teams. catches for 108 yards, three Norwalk shot a team score catches for 89 yards and of 340, which was 33 two catches for three strokes behind team cham- yards, respectively. Han- vion Waukee's winning son finished with two key score of 307. On the sunn3 touchdowns, giving him hot and windy Nor-" three this season and the walk was led by junior first 100 yard game for a Carter Mallet. Mallett fired Norwalk receiver on the a good round of 81 to place season. Greenslade has 13th out of 60 players. proved to be a key down- " Carter Albrecht placed field threat this season av- 14th with a good round of eraging 25.0 yards a catch 82. Sophomore Tyler and 29.6 yards a catch Landstmm keeps breaking through the first two his personal best tourna- games Greenslade also re- ment score by firing a ter- corded his second touch- rific round of 84. Round- down on the season. The ing out the other counting passing game was a major score was senior Nick reason for the Warriors Rosonke, who shot a re- finding their success on spectable round of 93 offense. 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