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.:t " " " "'i Official Publication for the Norwalk District I I Community School Eight N/Warren Town and County News Norwalk:Warriors Page Thursday, November 8th Grade Choral 5, 2015 N0rwalk Eastview School hosted the 25th 8th Grade Choral Festival MondE3,, Oct. 19. Schools from Atlantic, Martensdale-St. Marys, 135, Carlisle, Ballard Huxley, Clarke , . . . - . and Norwalk participated with over 250 eighth graders singing together. Jo n Hayden from Benton high school dwected the mass choir. It takes a special talent to keep 250 students engaged learning music for four hours and John has that talent. Parents and Caseys Pizza volunteered and donated food to serve during the supper hour. Kourtlin Churchman and Lori Nielsen were festival coordinators. Congratulations on another successful choral festival. Photo submitted. Conference Swim - Meet Success! Six Norwalk students who participate on the Lincoln High School Swim Team had outstanding performances at the Central Iowa Metro League Championship Swim Meet Thursday, Oct. 22, where over 150 swimmers com- peted for top six podium recognition. Teams attending the meet were Des Moines Lincoln, East, North, Hoover, Roosevelt, Indianola, and Ottumwa. The Lincoln Swim Team received third place in the conference with 375 (p o ts. Grace Crady, Norwalk freshman, placed 10th in the Varsity 200-Yard Freestyle and 10th in the Varsity 500- Yard Freestyle events. Crady also swam on the JV 400- Yard Freestyle Relay. Gina Goshon, Norwalk freshman, placed 32nd in the JV 50-Yard Freestyle and 15th in the JV 100-Yard Freestyle. In her relay events, Goshon placed 13th in , the JV 200-Yard Freestyle Relay and 5th for the JV 400- i Yard Freestyle Relay. Caitlin Belden, Norwalk sophomore, placed 29th inthe JV 50-Yard Freestyle and 12th in the JV 100-Yard Freestyle. In her relay events, Bel,den placed 13th for the JV 200-Yard Freestyle Relay and 5th for the JV 400-Yard Freestyle Relay. Sara Bennett, Norwalk junior, earned 3rd place in the Varsity 50-Yard Freestyle and 2nd place in the Varsity 100-Yard Freestyle events. In her relay events, Bennett earned 1st place in the Varsity 200-Yard Medley Relay and 2nd place in the Varsity 200-Y'ard Freestyle Relay events. Jordan Hanson, Norwalk junior, earned 10th place in the Varsity 100-Yard Backstroke race and her relay earned 5th place in the JV 200-Yard Medley Relay. Marnie Hoefler, Norwalk junior, earned 11th place in the Varsity 200-Yard Freestyle and 8th place in the Varsity 500-Yard Freestyle events. In her relays, Hoefler earned 2nd place in the JV 200-Yard Freestyle Relay and 4th in the Varsity 400-Yard Freestyle Relay. Goshon, Belden, and Bennett earned personal best times in all of their races. For more information about Lincoln High School Swimming, visit the team website, www.railswimming.com. NHS Activities Director ! ! Wa By AI Lammers Cross Country:i The r ior Cross Country teams this week when they co pete in regional competition competed in the state qualifying meet last Thursday, hosted by Ankeny Centennial. A huge congratulation to Sophomore Kennedy Scallon who cut off a minute and eight seconds from her best time of the year to fin- ish in 8th place w ith a time of 19:30 and qualify for the girls Class 4A!stdte meet in Fort Dodge Saturda Oct. 31. As a team the Warriors girls team finished in sixth place out of nine teams with 175 points. Johnston won the meet with 3q points, followed by Ankeny Centen- nial 52, and Indianola 76, all of whom qualified for the state team competition. Other Warrior. results were Kallie Hirl 37th in 22:40, JordanHeinold 42nd in 23:14, Katie Meinecke 43rd in 23:32, Emma Myers 45th in 23:47, Annie Balk 47th in 23:55, and Hayley Larson 49th in 24:33. The Warriors Boys Team finished in 7th place out of 10 teams. The Warriors were led by freshman-Seth Harper-38th place (18:05), junior-Carter Gornick-42nd place (18:27), junior-Tyler Hirl, 48th place (19:00) and freshman-Tyler Johnson-52nd place (19:14). Congratu, lations to all members of this year's boys and girls cross country teams on a very competitive season. Football: The Warriors completed one of the most successful regular seasons in program history as they rolled to a 42-19 over the Knoxville Panthers in the final regular season and District 7 game of the year. The vic- tory secured an 8 win season and a second seed in the state football playoffs. The Warriors once again used the second quarter as their offensive playground scoring 28 points to break a scoreless first quarter and then put up touchdowns in both the 3rd and 4th quarters to put the game well out of reach due to another stellar defen- sive game in which the Warriors held the Panthers to only 221 yards of total offense with only 53 of those yards coming through the air. Meanwhile Junior Brady Brandsfield was 12 of 21 through the air for 227 yards and four touchdowns, including three of those to Se- nior wide out Tyler Schamel. Brandsfield also rushed at Johnston on Thursday. Best of luck! Volleyball: The Norwalk Warrior Volleyball team, clinched their first ever outright Little Hawkeye Con- ference championship last week as they defeated the Newton Cardinals in three straight sets 52-21, 25-16, and 25-14. The Warriors finished with a perfect 6-0 confer- ence record and completed their best regular season in program history with a 25-10 record. The Warriors will now turn their focus to regional play as they will host the Creston Panthers in the second round of toumament action after receiving a first round bye Thursda Oct. 29. A victory would then put them in the regional final game at Atlantic Tuesday, Nov. 3, against the winner of ADM and CB Lewis Central. Singer Marvin Lee Aday is better known by the stage name "Meat Loaf" It's a nickname that dates back to his hefty high-school football days. His weight--in the mid- 200s--earned him the nickname. Now Accepting Applications NORWALK PARK II APARTMENTS l& 2 Bedrooms, Newly Remodeled Community Center 24-7 Maintenance Rental Assistance Available i for a TD. The ground game was also solid as the War- SUBSCRIBE TODAY! riorscoUectedatotalof 170 yards Coby Klocko s 81yards Send $18 check or money order on just six carries. Sonny Onken Logan Foetisch, and AJ Tabatabai led the defense with eight tackles apiece. for a one year subscription to Swimming: Norwalk swimmers that swim with the PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 ,' " Lincoln Rails swim team will' be in post season action www.NationaI-Management.com This institution is an Equal Opportunity k.P '.: Provider and Employer. -