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Norwalk Warriors I Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District ] Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, October 22, 2015 GOLDEN ATTITUDE AWARD AT EASTVIEW The staff at Eastview recognized 8th and 9th grade students exhibiting Golden Attitudes. The Golden Attitude Award is presented to students who contribute to our school in a positive manner through the attitude they display and their interac- tions with others. Please help us congratulate our students! Pictured are 8th graders: Drew Leek, Emily Ellis, Dean Kimball, Madison Sweet, and Sophie Adams. Pictured are 9th graders: Colt Stewart, Aaron Adams, Abby Bunch. Photos submitted. Norwalk Swimmer Jordan Hanson, a junior at Norwalk, participates on the Lincoln High School Girls Swim Team. Hanson is a varsity team member, competing in the 100 Yard Butterfly and the 100 Yard Backstroke events. Hanson also participates on team relays. Her goal for the sea- son is to continue to improve her backstroke time. Jor- dan is looking forward to the swim team dinners and end of season taper! At Norwalk High School, Hanson is involved in Show Choir and Choir. For more infor- mation about Lincoln High School Swimming, visit the team website, www.railswimming.com. Photo sub- mitted.: " NHS Activities Director Cross Country: The Warrior Cross Country teams hosted their own in- vitational meet last Mon- day with eight teams com- peting in the gift's race and nine teams in the boys race. The boys team fin- ished in 5th place with 150 points, Pella won the title with 29 points, followed by Winterset with 61 and Carlisle with 82. Indi- vidual place winners and scorers for Norwalk were Freshman Seth Harper in 18th place with a time of 17:55, Tyler Hirl was 21st in 18:19, Carter Gornick was 23rd in 18:27, Colton Chambers was 42nd in 19:18and Ben A2rrnstrong was 46nd in 19:29. There were 61 total runners. The girls team finished in sixth place with 149 points. Kennedy Scallon finished 5th overall with a time of 20:38, Kallie Hirl was 32nd in 23:04, Jordan Heinold 37th in 23:30, Katie aeda Isley, Katy Faust, and Meinecke 41st in 24:04, SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *NORWALK FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *SCOTT'S FOODS 981-0606 *NEWTON STANDRIDGE STANDRIDGE GROUP 229-5310 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 By A1 Lammers Annie Balk 42nd in 24:05, and Tahlor VanderHolt 43rd in a time of 24:12. The Warriors will be compet- ing in the Little Hawkeye Conference meet today at Grinnell and then will be- gin to prepare for the state qualifying meet to be held at Ankeny Centennial on October 22. Football: The Warriors took another step in secur- ing a second place finish in the District 7 standings this past Friday with a con- vincing 42-7 win over the Oskaloosa Indians on Fri- day at Oskaloosa. Norwalk compiled a sea- son high 262 yards rushing led by Coby Klocko who ran for a season high 117 yards on 16 carries. Brady Brandsfield was 19 for 33 through the air for 214 yards with a pair of TD passes. The Warriors de- fense turned in another solid performance as they allowed only 18 yards rushing on 15 attempts and limited the Indians to a total of 139 yards on the night. A total of 13 War- riors had a tackle with Sonny Onken and Orin Waters collecting six apiece with three of Onkens tackles going for a loss. The Warriors will host ADM this Friday in their final regular season game at Warrior Stadium in a non-district matchup with the Tigers and then will look to lock up a sec- ond place district finish when they travel to Knox- ville a week from Friday in the final game of the regu- lar season and in district play. A second place finish si 0uld secure a first r0hf/d playoff game at Warrior Stadium. In addition don't forget you can join Head Coach Paul Patterson ev: ery Thursday night during the football season for the QB club at 7 p.m. in the high school library. The QB Club allows all Warrior football fans the opportu- nity to watch game film of the previous week as well as the upcoming game on Friday. Swimming: Congratu- lations to the Norwalk swimmers who swim as part of the Lincoln Rails Swim team fo'r helping defeat North HS last week 130-31. First place finishes by Sara Bennett, Marnie Hoefler,'and Grace Crady all added to the over- whelming victory by the Rails. Volleyball: The Norwalk Warrior Volley- ball team moved one step closer to their first ever Little Hawkeye Confer- ence championship this past week in a matchup with co-leader the Pella Dutch at Pella and in a very exciting and intense match the Warriors pulled out a thrilling five set vic- tory. After both teams traded wins in the first four sets the match came down to the fifth set in which the Warriors found themselves on the brink of defeat trailing the Dutch 14-10 and facing match Concluded p. 9