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Official Publication for the Norwalk Comllunity School District [ Norwalk Warriors Thursday, September 19, 2019 N/Warren Tovn and County News Page Seven NHS . ctivities By A1 Lammer,Athletic Director Warrior Fans: A reminder that homecoming will (by only 5 points).Warriors finished ahead of the #1 ranked team in the state as they defeated the be the week of September 23rd, with the Community #11 ranked Atlantic b 33 points and #6 in 2A DSM Rails 134-52 Pep Rally on Thursday beginning at 7:00 p.m. and Christian by 37 points. "he Warriors top five finishers Volleyball: The Warrior volleyball team had the football game vs. Carlisle on Friday. were all medalists: tatrick Foster (4th), Derek another busy week as they kicked off the Little On-line membership is still available on the new Webster (9th), Jack frown (12th), Donovan Card Hawkeye Conference schedule, traveling to Indianola Norwalk Athletic Booster Club web site. Family and (20th) and Will Chase 22nd) with all five finishing and then to ADM for the Tiger Tournament. Norwalk single adult activity passes for the 2019-20 school below an 18:00 min. 5 time. The Warriors followed looked to get an early advantage in the conference year are also available depending on your up their solid DCG rut with another quality outing standings as they headedto Indianola to take on the membership level. As a reminder all but $5 of your at Pella as the Warrio finished in 2nd place in the #10 ranked Indians in Class 5A and it looked early membership donation can be designated to any sport team standings only 3 pts. behind the meet winner, on as they may do just that jumping out to a 2-0 lead of your choosing. Check out the on-line membership Gilbert. Four of the seven runners finished the race in sets only to see Indianola storm back to take the form at https://sites.google.com/view/be-a-warrior/ as medalists, includingDerekWebster (5th), Patrick last three sets and win the match (25-23, 25-7, 14- home. Foster (7th), Jack Brown (8th), and Donovan Card 25, 14-25, 10-15). The Warriors had three hitters with Activity passes can also be purchased directly from (llth). Will Chase was 21st, Austin Brenizer 29th, eight kills on the night, Camryn Gilchrist, Jalyn the Athletic/Activities Office by using this link: https:/ and Luke Geyer was 31 st. Simon, and Abbi Brenizer. Sam Hoover led the team /norwalk.revtrak.net/activity-passes/. Football: The Warriors hosted DCG to a near with 6 total blocks. The Warrior setters, Emily Ellis Cross Country: The Warrior Boys and Girls Cross capacity crowd at Warrior Stadium and they were and Grace Sutcliffe, finished with 15 and 14 assists Country Teams participated in a pair of meets, and treated to an exciting game in which a defensive respectively. Maddy Zimmerman led the team with both teams continue to impress in relationship to struggle between both teams resulted in a double 18 digs, and Gilchrist finished with 16 digs while their team and individual successes. Both teams overtime thri]!er with mfortunately DCG coming out Sutcliffe had 14. competed at the DCG Invitational and then headed on top 27-21. Trailing the end of the 1st qtr 7-0, The Warriors went 3-2 at the ADM Invitational. to Pella for the Dutch Invite. the Warriors knotted the score on a 25 yard Norwalk defeated Nevada (2-1), Atlantic (2-0), and The girls' team placed 2nd at the DC-G Meet behind touchdown pass from Sr. Zach Marker to Jr. Ethan ADM (2-1), and lost to Gilbert (2-1) and Woodward- #3 ranked DC-G and edging #6 ranked Atlantic. The Carlson and then took the lead in the 3rd qtr on a 12 Granger (2-0). The Warrior attack was led by senior Warriors had six medalists: Seniors Emily Kehoe, yard run by Marker 14-7. DCG however would Abby Allmon who finished the night with 23 kills. Abbie Davitt, and Cacy Larson, Junior Annika respond by driving 80 cards late in the 4th to knot Camryn Gilchrist contributed 21 kills and led all Wallace, Sophomore Kiana Vogel, and Freshman the score at 14 apiece sending the game into overtime, defenders with 46 digs. Sam Hoover, Jalyn Simon, Breelie Mauro. At the Pella Invitational, the Warriors Both teams exchanged touchdowns and PAT's in the and Allmon all contributed 12 total blocks. Hoover pulled offthe Team Victory and beat #5 ranked North first overtime as Jr. Chase McKinney hauled in a and Simon contributed on the offensive side with 16 Polk along with #12 ranked Pella. Team scores were ten yard pass from Marker but that would be the and 14 kills respectively while Hanna Reeg and Abbi as follows: Norwalk 35, North Polk 75, Mount end of the Warriors scores as they were held in check Brenizer had 14 and 10 kills. Emily Ellis led the team Pleasant 86, Bondurant-Farrar 127, Pella 139, in the 2nd OT while DCG added a touchdown for the with 49 assists and also had 18 digs while Grace Nevada 144, Knoxville 169, and Oskaloosa 171. final margin of victory Norwalk totaled 283 yards Sutcliffe dished out 39 assists. Maddy Zimmerman Norwalk's Varsity all placed in the top 20 receiving on the night While the Warrior defense was solid was solid in the back row with 44 digs, and Lexie medals. Individual finishes included Freshman giving up only 218. M rker led the Warriors with Helm contributed 19 digs and a team high 6 aces on Breelie Mauro 5th in 21:18, senior Annika Schulz 101 yards on the ground and threw for another 138. the night. 6th in 21:23, sophomore Kiana Vogel 7th in 21:24, Sr. Ben Clark had a monster night on the defensive Hall of Fame Inductees: Areminder that the Hall junior Annika Wallace 8th 21:30, sophomore Morgan side of the ball totaling 14 tackles including 12 solos of Fame induction ceremony will take place at this Weeks 9th 21:37, senior Abbie Davitt 21:51, and and two sacks. Sr. Ethan Vetterick had 11 tackles year's Homecoming Community Pep Rally which will sophomore Kennedy Wendl 12th in 21:56. including 5 solos.The Warriors are now 1-1 overall be held on Thursday, September 26th. A reception The boys' team also had a very successful week on the year. will also be held after the pep rally. The 2019 class placing 3rd overall out of 10 schools at DCG, behind Swimming: The DSM Lincoln swim team hosted will also be recognized at halftime of the homecoming #1 ranked Carlisle (by 15 points) and#2 ranked DCG Ames, and the Little Cyclones proved why they are game on Friday, September 27th. There is Still Time to Apply for the 2020 Legislative Page Program Rep. Stan Gustafson (R-Cumming) has released information about the Iowa Legislative Page program and is encouraging area students to apply for the 2020 session. Each year, the Iowa General Assembly employs Iowa high school juniors and seniors from across the state to serve as Pages during the legislative session. The duties of Legislative Pages vary slightly, but they generally provide valuable assistance to legislators and legislative staff. Tasks include operating the chamber switchboard, delivering messages, distributing legislation, assisting committee chairpersons and sorting amendments. Pages are paid and many schools offer class credit for a student's work in the Legislature. "The legislative page program is a great way for high school students to get their foot in the door and see their state government in action. I hope area students will apply to serve as Legislative Pages next session as it's a valuable experience for any young person," said Rep. Gustafson. Applications for the 2020 Legislative Page Program are due no later than Friday, October 4th, 2019. For application materials and more information, parents and students can visit: Legis.Iowa.Gov/careers Have a news item for the paper? Send it to us by email at news@norwalknewspaper, com Have any volmteer opportunities for Norwalk students to get some community service hours fir school? Please let us know at news@norwalknewspaper.com and we'll be happy to publicize them for you. 4 SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES 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 321-6854 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *PHOTO PRINTING, INC 989-3251 *TRUBANK 285-4900