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Norwalk Warriors Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, October 2, 2014 Lakewood Monster Mash Halloween Party Bash October 18 A Halloween Party for The annual Monster Lakewood third, fourth MashBash for students in and fifth grade students sixth and seventh grade will be held Saturday, Oct. will be held Saturday, Oct. 18, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at 18, from 7- 8:30 p.m. at the the Norwalk Middle Norwalk Middle School. School. Admission is $4. Par- Admission is $4. Stu- ticipants will enjoy danc- dents will enjoy dancing, ing, fun, food, games, con- fun, food, games, contests tests and prizes. The event and prizes, is sponsored by the The event is sponsored Norwalk High School by the Norwalk High Dance Team. School Dance Team. Norwalk Middle School Varsity Cross Country News : Thursday, Sept. 25, the Norwalk Middle School Cross Country team traveled to Indianola to compete in a cross country meet. The girls team finished in 2nd place and ran very well over the tough and hilly two mile course. The boys team finished 10th of 15 teams. Top finishers for Norwalk Girls (263 runners) Emily Kehoe 13:24, 1st; Ellie Wermerskirchen 14:04, 6th; Carlee Gassman 15:15, 16th; Lilly Quade 15:24, 26th; Hannah Roberts 15:51, 41st; Abbie Davitt 16:12, 57th; Allie Krieder 16:45, 61st; Lauren Bice 17:04, 76th; Heather'Schrim 18:59, 159th; Cacy Larson 17:21, 86th; Annie Balk 19:06, 164th; Ashley Luedtke 19:11, 167th; Sarah-VanAmburg 19:19, 171st; Lauren Fick 20:09, 184th; Liza Steele 19:58, 182nd; Taylor Bergan 20:16, 187th; Haley M udge 20:19, 188th; Maddison Ballard 21:54, 222nd; Kailee Raymond 21:54, 223rd; Eva Newland 23:22, 238th, Mackenzie Donald 24:53, 252nd Top finishers for Norwalk Boys (296 runners) Freshman Seth Har er 12:03, 3rd; Tyrus Lankford 13:59, 35th; TylerV (ughnNt 16, 43rd; Blake Chittenden 15:27, 76th; Photos by Toni Johnson Photography. Jaden Deal KS:32) 7,9th; Holden Brown 16:21, 87th; Josh , Nelson 16:3,7, 89th,Logan Duffy 16:57, 178th; Owen Martin 17!42, 211th; Luke Agey 18:09, 223rd Norwalk Higlil 1 Schoo Swimmer Marnie Hoefler Marnie Hoefler is Norwalk High School sophomore who partici- pates on the Lir oln High School Won en's Swim team. Hoefleris a second "Y" Events South Suburban YMCA's 10th Annual Jingle Jam 5K run/1 Mile Hot Chocolate Walk Event is set for Satur- day, Dec. 6, at 401 E. Army Post Road in Des Moines. It starts at 8:30 a,m. with doors open at 7 a.m. All ages who are looking for some exercise ion a Sat- Urday morning are welcome. Most participants will be in costume. All are encour- aged to wear bells. The route goes south on SE 5th, through Ft. Des Moines Park, then winding through the Somerset neighborhood. Register at www.Setme registered.comflir leJam or call the Y at 285-0444_ Proceeds t: afit Annual Campaign that pro, ides financial assistance youth, families and adults. This year's Tom G e sford Memorial Tournament is being held Saturday Sunday, Dec. 20 and 21. Tour- nament sites are South'Suburban YMCA, 401 E. Army Post Road; ChampionsSports Center, 4600 Park Ave. ear vars t t mem Y " Y ealn " and dedication to the team is paying off with consistent _time drops. For more and Lincoln South, 100 Porter Ave. ber, specializing in fhe information on the Lincoln High School swim program, visit the website Entry fee is $175 andjs open to boys and girls, grades 200 Yard Frees le and 500 ty Www.raflswlmmmg.com. Photos submztted. 4-8. Each player,will }:t;ceive a tournament t,shirt. Med- Yard Freestyle distance *** als will be awardec[ to championship and runner-up events. Hoefler is also a You can never go home again, but the truth is you can never leave home, so it's all teams in each division. There is a three-game guaran- valued member of the 200 right. tee. Pool/bracket play depending on size of age divi- and 400 .freestyle relays. -Maya Angelou sion. Games will be officiated by certified referees. Her continued hard work i *** For more information, contact robby.beyer@dmymca.