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SCHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Thursday, November 12, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Thirteen Norwalk Music Students Make All-State Photo submitted. The Norwalk Instrumental Music Department had five students and Vocal Music Department had fifteen students audition for All-State on Saturday, October 24, at Indianola High School. The instrumentalists who auditioned are Russell Burgett - trombone, Paul Frederick — trombone, Joshua Burgmeyer — trumpet, and Jake Cook — trumpet, all had solid auditions, representing Norwalk well. These students are among the best musicians in our school, and will be auditioning for the SCIBA Honor Band on December 3rd. The vocalists who auditioned are Julianna Huegerich, Eliza- beth Klawonn, Paige McClure, Melinda Klawonn, Sam Hanson, Seth Fox, Hannah Beenken, Dakota Bright, Collin Kilgore, Caitlyn Shiple); Tess Burgett, and Ethan Saltz. These individuals spent an immense amount of timein preparing for the day and had very successful auditions. Ellen Wines —— Bb clarinet, and vocalists Alli HeckartReid Kallenbach, and Maddy Moreau of Norwalk High School have attained the highest honor available to Iowa high school musicians by being selected into the 2015 owa All-State Band and Cho- rus. Ellen is the daughter of Brian Wines and Amy )esenberg—Wines. Alli is the daughter of Scott and Julie Heckart. Reid is the son 0 Mark and Janell Kallenbach. Maddy is the daughter of Brian and Julie Moreau. Corgratulations on this outstand- ing achievement! The 69th annual All-State concert will be held in Hiton Coliseum Saturday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. The concert will be broadcast on IPT‘ Check local listings for date and time of the broadcast. Tickets can be purchased through the Iowa State Ahletic ticket office or through Ticketmaster. Regional Swim Meet Results Four Norwalk students who participate on the Lincln High School Varsity Swim Team had outstanding performances at the Regional wim Meet Saturday, Oct. 31, where swimmers competed for top six podium recogition and state qualification. Teams attending the swim meet at SE Polk were: Aneny, DM Lincoln, Dowling, Fairfield, Ottumwa, SE Polk, Vinton-Shellsburg, Wateoo, and Williamsburg. All four Norwalk swimmers earned personal best tines in every event they raced. Grace Crady, freshman, dropped 7.27 seconds in her 20 Yard Freestyle, earning 10th place. Crady dropped 9.39 seconds in her 500 Yard Frestyle event and received 12th place. Sara Bennett, junior, swam her fastest freestyle splitn the 200 Yard Medley Relay. That relay earned a 5th place medal and is the 5th All-Time Fastest Medley Relay in school history. Bennett dropped .60 seconds in the 50 Yard Freestyle, earning 9th place. In the 100 Yard Freestyle, Bennett dropped 1.34 seconds, and received a 6th place medal. Her last event was the 200 Yard Freestyle Relay, where her relay earned a 4th place medal and recognition as the 4th All-Time Fastest 200 Free Relay in school history. Jordan Hanson, junior, swam the 100 Yard Backstroke event with a time drop of 3.3 seconds, and received 12th place. Marnie Hoefler, junior, swam in three races. In the 200 Yard Freestyle event, Hoefler ‘ropped 4.2 seconds and earned 12th place. In her 500 Yard Freestyle, Hoefler dropped 1.25 seconds, earning 13th place. Hoefler also swam the 3rd split of the 400 Yard Freestyle Relay, 'where the relay team earned a 4th place medal. All four Norwalk swimmers contributed points to the 4th place Team Finish for Lincoln High School at the regional meet, and set the highest season power ranking in team history with 1,251 points. For more information about Lincoln High School Swimming, visit the team website, www.railswimming.com. GOLDEN ATTITUDE AWARD AT EASTVIEW tured are 8th graders: Clayton McKenzie, Anthony Mak, Nicol Good, Quade, and Ethan Vetterick. at Pictured are 9th graders: Seth Hanson, Annie Balk, Evy Platner, Shirley Ortega, and Bryce Kohls. Photos submitted. 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. Help us congratulate our students! NHS Activities Director By Al Lammers Football:"lhe Warriors for the second straight year, advanced to the 2nd round of the state football playoffs last week as they handin defeated the Bondurant-Farrar Bluejays 40-0 in the first round of the state football playoffs. After taking a 14-0 lead into halftime the Warriors exploded for 23 points in the 3rd quarter and added a field goal in the 4th for their 9th victory of the season. Norwalk compiled 352 yards of total offense While the defense was once again stingy giving up only 143 yards of total offense by Bondurant. Brady Brandsfield was 12-18 through the air for 232 yards and two touchdowns connecting with Junior wideout Justin South for both scores. Coby Klocko rushed for two scores and Tyler Schamel ran for one. Twelve Warriors recorded tackles with John Putbrese leading the‘way with nine and Logan Foetisch with eight. Norwalk moved to the second round of the state playoffs as they traveled to Gilbert Monday, Nov. 2, to take on the Tigers. They put the Warriors into the quarterfinal round of the state football playoffs. Swimming: Congratulations to Sara Bennett, Grace Crady, Jordan Hanson and Marnie Hoefler who all participated at the Regional Swim Meet on Saturday with the Lincoln Rails Swim Team. All four girls set personal best times in every single one of their events, and helped the Rails take 4th overall at the Regional Meet. The team also set 5, top 5 all-time swims in school history, and set the highest power ranking in school history on Saturday. Congratulations! Volleyball: The Norwalk Warrior Volleyball team advanced to the regional final game after playing one of their most efficient victories of the year as they handled the Creston Panthers in straight sets Thursday, Oct. 29, winning 25-12, 25-12, and 25- 13. Norwalk now advances to the regional final game in which they will be seeking their first ever state tournament berth in the history of the volleyball program. *3?!- Destiny is no matter of chance. It is a matter of choice. It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved. -William Jennings Bryan iii-3|-