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t Thursday, December 2, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven Lady Warriors Drop Home Opener The Norwalk girls' bas- The Warriors were ketball team lost their first missing two key players. game of the season to Senior guard Megan Winterset 41-29. Patava and sophomore Federal tax credits run out in April 2010 and interest rates are still at a landmark low. Call us today to talk about financing for a new home or refinancing your existing residence. Call Brad Fuller Phone: 515-221-0101 bfuiler@fnbmldwesLcom Midwest . FOiC ~ ..... guard Paige Lammers are both going to miss the first few games due to injuries. Norwalk found scoring to be difficult and fell be- hind quickly. Both teams did not score until late in the quarter; Winterset fi- nally scored after four minutes but Norwalk did not score until six minutes had elapsed and trailed 8- 1 at the end of one. Fouls plagued Norwalk as three starters picked up early fouls. After some ad- justments the Warriors outscored Winterset in the second quarter, 9-8, keyed by Hali VanVelzen's three pointer and trailed at the half 16-10. Tori Mateer, Devin Brown and Brianna McAninch also fueled the scoring effort. In the third quarter the Warriors again struggled finding the basket until the four-minute mark and then McAninch con- nected. Brown followed with a shot from beyond the arc. Mateer also hit and the girls trailed by seven at the end of three. The Hus- kies put the game away in the final period making nine free throws as Norwalk needed to foul to try and get possession. 1 nO ALK Ilia CENTER 1010 Sunset Drive (Hwy 28) Norwalk, IA 50211 (515) 981-4522 1010 Sunset Dr., (Hwy 28), Norwalk Across From Dollar General Insure your vehicle's Fuel System is operatin! effidentiy & prolong its functionality with $30 OFF a complete fuel System Service. Includes BG cleaners & conditioners + 120 days roadside assistance. Tow Service & Jump Start Service Available. Commercial Business & Fleet Accounts welcome. We work with all National Accounts like ARI, PH & H, Voyager, MAP. AAA 981-4522 18 monttdl8,000 mile warranty on all parts installed. www.norwalktirecenter.com Mon.-Fri., 7:30-6 p.m.; Sat., 7:30-noon i TIRE SALE I Is your vehicle readyfor I Complete Auto Repair Center Yokohama Avid I winter? FREE inspection l.oiI Change Shocks/Stn rouring-S = Iwithour $26,95 I .Gas or Diesel Re airs .F_d aust P lU 65,000 Mile Tire I 011 change. We IIcheckI ~dkesMade m USA . , ,Electrical IIM~ ~ n ~ +Tax I your Heating System, I.Alignments .NC Repairs I ~ ~ ~ +Install I ....... I . I P215/65R15 P215/60R151 bakery lires nuTreeze I:Diagnostics .Suspension P205:'60R16 P215/60R16 and More! T res .Fluid Flush/Service NO REPAIRS ARE DONE WITHOUT YOUR AUTHORIZATION. VanVelzen finished with her first double- double of the season, 10 points and 10 rebounds. Brown had nine points, 1 Mateer had five,i McAninchfour and Dana Billingsley one rounded out the scoring. Taylor Welden, Lydnsey I Pritchard and Shelby ! Seibert also played and ! helped to slow Winterset playing great defense. The Warriors are 0-1 on the young season. Head Coach Steve Wermer- skirchen said he was proud of how his team played under great adver- sary and was extremely happy with how the younger players stepped up and filled in. J .... :::i::iii:iii: i:: : ......... ::