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\x N. . SCHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, October 29, 2015 Grease the Musical Norwalk High School is ng r e e Musical. It will be at the Norwalk Per- forming Arts Center Saturday, Nov. 7, at 1:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the door. Adults $10 and students $5. The picture of Andrew Good and Anna Lingor having a blast preparing an ensemble dance number together. Photo sub- mitted. NHS Activities Director By Al Lammers A reminder that passes for post season play will not be honored and ticket prices for k—Adult will be $6. The Athletic Office will also be selling playoff t— shirts next week. Read the WW next Monday for de— tails concerning the play- off game. The W wishes to thank all of those par- ents who volunteered to work in the football con- cessions last Friday. Their help was invaluable and truly assisted the Athletic Booster Club. The boys and girls basketball pro- gram has posted an online basketball apparel store. The girls online link is http://sportspageteam .com/teamsales/site/ ViewStore/327 and the boys online link is https:// ktforms.com/forms/3081. Cross Country: The Warrior Cross Country teams competed in the Little Hawkeye Confer- ence Meet last week in Grinnell in a perhaps one of the toughest conference cross country meets in Class 3A. The girls team finished in sixth place with Kennedy Scallon finishing in 10th place for all confer- ence honors with a time of 20:41. She was followed by Kallie Hirl, 32nd in 22:59, Emma Myers, 37th in 23:45, Katie Meinecke, 39th in 24:02, Annie Balk, 40th in 24:17, Taylor Vanderl-Iolt, 42nd in 24:21, and Haley Larson 46th in 25:20. Final team standings were as follows: 1. DCG (46) 2. Pella (47), 3. Osky (79), 4. Grinnell (92) 5. Newton (118), 6. Norwalk (158), 7. Pella Christian (184). The boys team were able to finish one place bet- ter as they finished in 5th place with Seth Harper leading the Warriors fin— ishing in 27th place with a time of 18:28. Colton Chambers, 28th in 18:30, Tyler Hirl, 32nd in 18:34, Carter Gornick, 33rd in' 18:35, Ben Armstorng, 40th in 19:52, Tyler Vaughan, 43rd and Tyler Johnson 48th. The War— riors will compete in the Class 4A state qualifying . meet to be held at Ankeny Centennial on Thursday. Football: The Warriors played perhaps their best game of the season on Fri- day as they put up 28 points in the second quar— ter and rolled to a 38-7 non-district win over the ADM Tigers. The Warriors headed to the locker room with a 31-0 lead and scored a touchdown in the 3rd before ADM put up their seven points late in the 4th. The defense was once again rock solid as they yielded only 211 yards of total ADM offense including only 78 on the ground. The Warriors of- fense was efficient totaling 360 yards including 262 yards through the air on an 18-28 performance by Ir. Quarterback Brady Brandsfield who com- . pleted passes to seven dif- ferent receivers with Justin South leading the receiv- ing corps with six recep- tions for 85 yards and a touchdown. In addition don’t forget you can join Head Coach Paul Concluded p. 9 Norwalk Swimmer Marnie Hoefler, a Junior at Norwalk, participates on the Lincoln High School Girls Swim Team. Hoefler is a varsity team member, competing in the 200 and 500 Yard Freestyle events. Hoefler also participates on team relays. Her goal for the season is to improve her times and her stroke technique. Hoefler is most look- ing forward to the end of season taper. At Norwalk High School, she is also involved in Choir, Art, and is a Show Choir Manager. For more information about Lincoln High School Swimming, visit the team website, www.railswimming.com. Photo submitted. On November 5th in Ottery Saint Mary in Devon, En- gland, people carry huge burning barrels of tar on their backs.They run with the burning barrel until the heat and weight become too much or the barrels break up. The precursor of the tuba was an instrument called the serpent. First made in the late 16th century, it was often painted to look like a fat snake. It was used as the bass line in Euro- pean churches. SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH g 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 ANDRE: i I! .. STANDRll'Jii} l5 GEO3 5i. 1 i3" 2295310 *N/WARREN TOV «E: CUE-"u NEW’S 981-49406 ; usurnn-munmmfl . '1: w l ' amen-unm-