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) Norwalk Warriors I Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, November 19, 2015 Middle School Students Selected to SCIBA Honor Band i!i!i!i:i?i: Blue Band White Band. Photos submitted. Norwalk Middle School Bands (directors Jeff Heltman, Nick Menke, Ken Huen and Carrie Krupke) sent several 8th grade students to audition for the South Central Iowa Bandmaster's Association (SCIBA) Honor Band hosted at Ankeny Centennial High School. The audition process engaged over 350 students from the south central region of the state and 150 eighth graders were chosen. Of those who auditioned from Norwalk, six students were selected to perform with this prestigious group: Aubrey Williamson (flute), Nicole Good (darinet) and Ashton Simpson (french horn). These three performed in the Blue Band. Elizabeth Gideon (darinet), Joslyn Sperry (clarinet), and Ethan Fetters (tuba) performed in the White Band alongside Seth Lors (percussion), a nominated 7th grader. The Honor Band concert had three bands perform overall. The Blue Band is made up of strictly 8th graders who auditioned and was conducted by Jayson Gerth of Southeast Polk High School. The White Band is made up of auditioned 8th and nominated 7th graders and was conducted by Dr. Mark Doerffel of Grandview University. There was also an aU-7th-grade band, but Norwalk did not have anyone participate in that band this year. These students performed in a concert with 100 others in each respective band Tuesday, Nov. 3, at Ankeny Centennial High School. The band department is incredibly proud of the hard work these students put into their auditions and their mature musicianship. Lincoln High School Swim Team Awards Banquet Marnie Hoefler Grace Crady Sara Bennett. Photos submitted. The Lincoln High School Girl's Swim Team concluded their season with the team awards banquet Monda Nov. 9. The six Norwalk students who participate on the swim team received several of the awards. Grace Crady, freshman, received a First Year Varsity Letter and the Most Improved Award. Gina Goshon, freshman, received a First Year Junior Varsity Letter. Caitlin Belden, sophomore, received her Second Year Junior Varsity Letter. Sara Bennett, junior, received All Conference Academic Recognition, her Third Year Var- sity Letter, and the Most Valuable Swimmer Award. Jor- dan Hanson, junior, received All Conference Academic Recognition and her Third Year VarsRy Letter. Marnie Hoefler, junior, received All Conference Academic Rec- ognition, her Third Year Varsity Letter, the Spirit Award, and the Most Improved Award. The swimmers will now begin their off-season train- ing in the gym, weight room, and pool. For more infor- mation about Lincoln High School Swimming, visit the team website, www.railswimming.com. :.,. , ,fi :.z