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SCHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Norwalk Warriors Page Eight i NORWALK INVITATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY MEET Monday; Oct. 3, the Norwalk Cross Country Team hosted their Invitational Meet at McAninch Sports Complex. It was a perfect night of beautiful weather and fantas- tic performances. There were nine teams competing in the Varsity girls division and eight teams in the Varsity boys division. Winning the Norwalk Invite for the Varsity girls was Pella with a strong finish of 27 points and having the first place individual finisher, Gabi Meirick in 15:48. The winning team for the Varsity boys was Pella with an outstanding score of 21: Zach Bucheit, a senior from Pella, won in 16:14. Team Scores: Girls Pella 21 Pella 27 Grinnell 69 SE Polk 79 Ballard 70 Grinnell . 91 Norwalk 131 Ballard 118 Winterset 139 Earlham 119 DM Lincoln 140 Norwalk 147 Carlisle 143 Carlisle 162 Earlham 207 Winterset 165 DM Lincoln 295 Senior Alexa Berkenpas led the way for the Norwalk Lady Warriors, finishing 23rd in 17:57. Closely behind Berkenpas were junior Cassidy Gornick (25th - 18:10) and senior Samantha Riordan (27th - 18:13). Also running very well for Norwalk was freshman Halley Houser, sophomore Juliana Stahle and junior Erin Sharp. The Lady Warriors look forward to their Regional Meet in Knoxville Thursday, Oct. 20. Sophomores Chance Sauer and Salem Hildebrandt led the way for the Norwalk boys&apos; team. Sauer finished in 12th place in a time of 17:56 and Hildebrandt fshed in 19th place '4--II out: the season and ran a great race, finishing in 28th place in 18:59. The Norwalk boys are also looking very forward to both Conference and Districts and hoping to im- prove as a team. The Junior Varsity girls and Junior Varsity boys' teams from Norwalk both placed 3rd overall. Leading the way for those teams were freshman Houser (7th - 18:07), freshman Cassidy Roberts (16th - 18:58), senior Marcus Johnson (25th - 19:53), jun- ior Jake Simpson (27th - 20:01), and freshman Michael Riordan (35th - 20:25). All results can be found at www.aspimeetz.com. The Norwall Warriors upcoming meet is District/Regional Meet in Knoxville Thursday, Oct. 20, starting at 4 p.m. Thank you to the many community members as well as cross country parents who have volunteered their time to help make the Norwalk Invitational as well as the LHC Meet very successful events. A huge thank you needs to be extended to the Norwalk Parks & Recreation Department for allowing us to use their beautiful com- plex and for always being so accommodating to the CC Program. NMS Cross Country News ThursdaN Sept. 29, the Norwalk Middle School cross country team trav- eled to Perry to participate in an invitational ,meet. One hundred hine com- peted in the boys division and 183 =runners competed in the girls division. Norwalk runners ran very well and continued to im- prove their personal times. Girls Results: (83 Runners) Torie VanVelzen 14:58 - 8th; Haley Larson 16:17 - 40th; Miki Schmidt 17:56 - 57th; Katie Meinecke 18:07 - 58th; Haley Swanson 18:07.5 - 59th; Cassie Brazelton 18:36 - 62nd; Rachel Crady 21:22 - 74th; Megan Adams 21:28 - 76th Boys Results: (109 Runners) Kylar Desmond 13:35 - 7th; Micheal Geistler 13:48 - 14th; Dylan Lane 13:51 - 16th; Bryce Bullock 14:03 - 19th; Reid Kallenbach 14:35 - 37th; Jack Palen 14:38 - 40th; Tyler White- head 14:44 - 50th; Jake Floyd 14:55- 51st; Duncan Burnett 15:00 - 55th; Carter Gornick 15:16 - 57th; Jake Paulsen 15:30 - 61st; Mark Tollefson 16:28 - 73rd; Paul Fredrick 16:56 - 82nd; Ryan Todey 17:17 - 86th; Adam Keeling 17:24- 89th; Bennett Raper 19:38 - 104th Monday, Oct. 3, the Cross Country team- hosted an invitational meet. Ten teams competed in the middle school divi- sion. One hundred twenty runners competed in the boys division and 106 competed in the girls divi- sion. The boys finished in 2nd place with a team score of 52 points, four points behind meet win- ner Roosevelt in the boys division. The girls fin- ished 7th with Pella win- ning the girls division. Girls Results: (2 mile course) Torie VanVelzen 15:39 - 28th; Haley Larson 16:13- 33rd; Katie Meinecke 16:55 - 42nd; Megan Adams 17:56 - 44th; Haley SwansOn 18:00 - 45th; Cassie Brazelton 19:25 - 48th; Rachel Crady 21:57- 52rid Boys Results: (2 mile course) Kylar Desmond 12:50 - 4th; Bryce Bullock 13:20 - 8th; Micheal Geistler 13:23 = 10th; Dylan Lane 13:32 - 12th; Reid Kallenbach 13:50 - 18th; Jack Palen 14:00 - 21st; Duncan Burnett 14:27 - 28th; Cazter Gornick 14:26 - 30tlh; Tyler Whitehead 14:236 - 36th; Jake Floyd 14:44 - 43rd, Jake Paulsen 15:53 -49th; Paul Fredrick 16:17 - 85th; Ryan Todey 16:22 - 87th ; Mark Tollefson 16:33 - 92nd; Adam Keeling 17:45 - 103rd; Bennett Raper 19:19 - 114th N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, October 13, 2011 CHANGING THE WORLD THROUGH CARING FOR KIDS! iScreening Clinic ::-i: Saturday, November 5, !f 2011 i 8:tIOam - 1:00pro ii Location "ill Bfank Child " ren's HospitaJ ii Chilctren's Hea Center iJ (Third Floor) ; i t212 Peasa, Street :,: Des Moines, tA 50309 :: SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *DR. 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