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SCHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District I Norwalk Warriors Page Eight Bowling The boys and girls bowling team opened their season in a duel match with Dowling and then traveled to Knox- ville Saturday, Dec. 6, for the Panther Invitational. Norwalk vs Dowling Catholic: The Norwalk Girls bowl- ing team got off to a slow start in their first meet of the year. Their rally in the baker games came up short as the Warriors dropped the match 2,133 to 1,946. Ashley Coughennower led the Lady Warriors with a two game total of 297. She also led the girls in the baker with nine strikes and spares out of 16 frames. The boys also got off to a slow start and came up on the short end. Dowling topped the Warriors by a score of 2,732 to 2, 455. Freshman Caleb Bangs led the Warrior scor- ing in the first round with a two game score of 353. Norwalk edged the Dowling boys in the baker games 852 to 841. Senior Noah Daniels led the boys in the baker games by throwing 10 strikes and spares out of 16 tosses. Knoxville Invitational: The Lady Warriors found the scoring tough at Fairlane Bowl in Knoxville and placed 4th in the six team field. Senior Emily Kawano led the Warriors with a two game total of 320. Her score earned a medal and 6th overall. Seniors Kati Lutcavish and Coughennower led the Warriors in the baker games by throwing six strikes and spares out of 10 frames. Girls Results-l,871. The boys also found the scoring tough and found con- sistency a challange. The Warriors finished 3rd in the six team field. Senior Eddie Holland led the Warriors with a 344 two game total good enough for 7th overall. Senior Austin Artwein was a perfect 12 strikes and spares out of 12 frames to lead the Warriors in the baker games. Boys Results-2,405. Boys Basketball The Warriors traveled to Ballard-Huxley Tuesda3 Dec. 2, to take on the Bombers in their 2014-15 regular season opener. The opener didn't necessarily meet the potential expectations as the Warriors found the rim diffficult to put the pumpkin in as they fell to the Bombers 52-44. Junior Michael Geistler scored a team high 13 points while Senior Baylee Steele and Freshman Luke Vaske both added eight. Friday, Dec. 5, the Warriors traveled to Grinnell to open Little Hawkeye Conference and came away with the victory 56-51. Norwalk took a 24-16 half- time lead and held on for the win as both teams dropped in 19 points in the fourth quarter. Senior Carter Albrecht and Steele both dropped in 18 points to lead Norwalk. Girls Basketball The Warriors traveled to Ballard Tuesday, Dec. 2, and found scoring difficult as they fell to the Bombers 50-17. Norwalk then opened conference play Friday, Dec. 5, when they traveled to Grinnell to take on the Tigers. Al- though they pulled within four points of the lead half- way through the fourth quarter, Norwalk dropped the conference opener 55-40. Freshmen Miranda Hughes led the Warriors with 17 points while Junior Tori VanVelzen dropped in 13. Wrestling The Warriors opened their regular season as well as the Little Hawkeye Conference season Thursda Dec. 4, as they hosted rival DCG in both squads opening duel. The Warriors wrestled well as they came away with a dominant 42-24 victory. In addition, a piece of history was also made as Alanah Vetterick became the first fe- male athlete to compete in a varsity wrestling match in the program's history. Congratulations to Alanah. Win- ning by fall for the Warriors against DCG: 170-Blake Hoover, 182-Zach Kelle 285-Tristan Minnis, 126-Chase Fouts, 132-Dylan DeFreece. Saturday, Dec. 6, Norwalk traveled to Ames for a duel tournament and had a suc- N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, December 18, 2014 NHS Activities Director By Al Lammers cessful day as they went 3-0 on the day. Scores were as follows: Norwalk 48 Saydel 23, Norwalk 48 Ames 20, Norwalk 60 Roland Story 12. Going 3-0 on the weekend: Blake Hoover, Zach Kelly, Jake Seely and Tristan Minnis. Congrats to Alanah Vetterick, Cody Lehman and Keegan Collins for earning their first varsity wins! I read an article, A Hab- itat for 21st Century Learn- ing, and it was referring to how schools need to be built to prepare students to thrive in a complex work environment. As I read it, I found myself becoming very proud of the design of Lakewood. I feel as if the design truly meets the needs of 21st century learning. The design at- tributes within Lakewood that support our learners include: Spaces to be shared by multiple groups I'm sure that Lakewood will be used by school and community groups. Spaces that support strong family partnerships The PTO has made involving families a main priority! A safe and secure, yet welcoming environment Having a secure vestibule and Keeping Track directs people to ei- ther the main office or the lobby. Clustering of class- rooms to create small learning environments Each of the class- rooms are in clusters and each teacher is a member of their own team and pro- fessional learning commu- nity. Flexible technology and appropriate display areas If you walk into the classroom, there is a good chance that students will have some type of technology in their hands. The commons serves as a presentation area for stu- dents as they do projects. As you can sense, I am pretty proud of the fore- thought that was put into the design of this building! Holiday Wish This is the time of year I when it is important that we reflect on the first part of the school year. If you look at the calendar, it is already December and close to half of the school year is gone. This is one of the best years that I can re- member. I will honestly attribute the quality of the year to the staff, parents and students at Lakewood. I have been truly blessed with a great fami- ly- --both personally and professionally. There are many similarities. First, each member of any fami- ly offers something differ- ent. Each family member offers something distinct- ly different, but each piece ADDITIONAL ATHLETIC/ACTIVITY NEWS Congratulations to Christian Belden and Tyler White- head who swim with the Lincoln Swim team for helping the Rails defeat metro rival Othamwa Monda3 Dec. 8, 107-56. The team is now 2 and 0 on the season and unde- feated in the metro conference. LAKEWOOD ELEMENTARY I of the whole creates a com- plete being. Each of our students has a different temperament and offers different talents for the building. Each child walk- ing in the building learns in different ways. If there is one thing that is the same, it is the compassion that they slaow for giving their best each day of the year. Enjoy your families and your friends and make sure that you allow your child to take the time need- ed to refresh themselves for the rest of the school year. 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