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Parents of Senior Athletes: Information for Senior Athletic Honors Breakfast 
Dear Senior Athlete & Senior Parents, As graduation approaches so does this year’s Eighth Annual Senior Athletic Honors Breakfast in which this year’s senior athletes will be honored on Tuesday, May 21st at 6:45 AM in the Eastview Cafeteria. City State Bank has graciously agreed to sponsor the breakfast allowing all of our senior athletes to enjoy a free breakfast which will be catered by Hy-Vee. We hope that we not only have all of our senior athletes there to be honored as a group but we also encourage parents, fans, and athletes who are underclassmen to attend. Although not every senior will receive an award, the breakfast in and of itself is designed to honor all of our seniors who are completing their athletic careers. This email is your invitation to join us in honoring our 2019 senior student-athletes. The cost of the breakfast for those other than the seniors is $8 per person. Awards and honors that will be presented at the Honors Breakfast include the Athletic Directors Tri-Athlete Award, the Bernie Saggau Award, the Wendy's High School Heisman Award, the E. Wayne Scholarship Award Nominee, the United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award, US Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award, Little Hawkeye Conference Senior Scholar Athletes Award, Jim Cain Scholarship, and Senior Distinguished Athlete Awards. We hope to have the Senior Athletic Honors Breakfast completed by 7:45 am. In order for us to have an accurate count on the number of senior parents and guests who will be attending we ask that you use the the link below to register and pay for the breakfast. The on-line registration form will remain active until Thursday, May 17th. We will be asking the senior athletes to register separately on a google doc so you will not need to register or pay for your senior athlete. Thanks for your cooperation and we hope to see you there. Please feel free to contact me If you have any questions.  Seniors do not use this form, this registration for is for family members only. ...

Warrior Weekly for the week of April 22, 2019
Norwalk  Warriors   THE WARRIOR WEEKLY ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES Follow the Norwalk Athletic / Activities Office News on Twitter @norwalk_pride NEWS & NOTES   LITTLE HAWKEYE CONFERENCE Dallas Center-Grimes, Grinnell, Indianola, Newton, Norwalk, Oskaloosa, Pella, & Pella Christian WARRIOR WEEKLY TRIVIA: There are currently six of Norwalk’s eight spring programs that are currently ranked by respective ranking systems. Can you name them and what they are ranked? (The Warrior Weekly Trivia answer is located as the final bullet in the "Did You Know Section” A good Monday Warrior Fans. The weather has begun to be a little more cooperative as most of our events this past week were unaffected and played as scheduled. It is hard to believe but as April draws to a close we add two more programs to an already busy schedule as baseball officially begins practice next Monday and softball will begin a week after that. With the home half of the track season almost complete (only HS girls meet) we want to sincerely thank all of those volunteers who assist in providing the student-athletes who compete a positive and enjoyable experience and assisted in the operation of the meets run smoothly. Thank you as well to all of the parents who volunteered to assist the Norwalk Athletic Booster Club by giving up their time in the concession stand. Our athletic programs and athletes are the beneficiaries of your volunteerism.   Girls Golf The Warrior Girls Golf Team had a busy week as they played in the 6 team 18-hole Blue Jay Invitational at Bondurant taking 3rd place with a team score of 400. Emily Ellis paced the Warriors with 97 followed by Lauren Davis with 100. Ashley Luedtke carted a 102 and Kailee Elsen 107. On Tuesday the Warriors played in a conference triangular and took 3rd dropping to DCG and Pella.  The Warriors struggled with the course and finished with a team score of 213, DCG won the event with 201 and Pella shot 207. Emilay Ellis was runner-up with Taylor Gassman as they shot a 54 and Kailee Elsen, Lauren Davis and Katie Johnson all finished with 56. On Thursday the Warriors traveled to Oskaloosa and played in another 18-hole Invitational taking 6th place out of the 12 team field . The Warriors finished ahead of Mt. Pleasant, Ottumwa, Winterset, Albia, Oskaloosa and Knoxville with a team score 407. Taylor Gassman led the way with a personal best 99. Emily Ellis and Lauren Davis finished with 102 each. Katie Johnson also finished with a personal best 104.   Boys Golf Norwalk Warrior boy’s golf team continued their winning ways this past week beginning with the 14 team West Marshall invitational last Monday. Norwalk battled the 25 mph winds to finish in 2nd place overall with a team score of 320 only six strokes behind Nevada, who finished in 2nd place in last year’s Class 3A state tournament. Norwalk was led by the outstanding play of Junior Riley Jermier who shot a rounds of 38-38 (76) to finish in a tie for 2nd place . Senior Max Sutcliffe finished 5th overall with a score of 77 and Senior Ethan Verwers turned in another great round of 79 to finish 7th overall. Other Warrior scores were: Max Juergens 88, Tanner Dunn 91, and Kobey Saddoris 97. The Warriors finished the week by traveling to Perry for the Bluejay Invitational and emerged as the top team in the seven team field for the second year in a row shooting a 320. Norwalk was led by Senior Tanner Dunn, who fired his lowest round of the season of 77, placing 2nd overall. Junior Riley Jermier shot 79 to place in a tie for 3rd and Senior Max Sutcliffe placed 5th with a round of 81. Other Warrior scores were: Max Juergens 83, Ethan Verwers 86, and Logan Williamson 91.This puts the Warrior golf team 31-1 on the season and ranked number 2 in the state, behind Spencer.   Girls Soccer Norwalk had a busy week with three matches this past week including a pair of ranked opponents #3 Pella and #4 ranked ADM to along with a strong Class 3A team in SE Polk. The Warriors traveled to #3 ranked Pella to take on the Dutch in a pivotal Little Hawkeye Conference matchup but unfortunately found the trip to Pella to be a difficult one as they fell to the Dutch by a score of 3-1 with Fr. JoJo Bice scoring Norwalk’s lone goal on the night. The Warriors then welcomed Class 3A Southeast Polk on Thursday and in a very intense and well played game came away with a 2-1 victory, thanks to Fr Reagan Teut’s goal in the second overtime. Jr. Rachel Gavin gave the Warriors an early 1-0 before the Rams tied it up in the second half. Norwalk ended the week playing ADM on the following night of the SE Polk game and came up just a bit short to the #4 ranked Tigers 1-0. The Warriors are currently ranked ninth in Class 2A and sport and overall record of 6-2 and are 1-1 in LHC play. Boys Soccer Norwalk ran their Little Hawkeye Conference record to 3-0 on the season with perhaps their biggest win as they defeated the Pella Dutch 2-0 at Warrior Stadium. Matthew Palen and Mason Lucas scored a goal each to lead the Warriors. Later in the week, Norwalk traveled to Marshalltown for a match with the Bobcats and unfortunately came home with a 4-0 loss. The Warriors are now atop the LHC standings and are 5-5 overall on the year. Girls Tennis The Norwalk girl’s tennis team had three conference duals this week losing their first dual of the week to Pella 7-4 but bounced back to defeat Oskaloosa 8-3 and then Newton 9-2. The Warriors are now 2-2 in Little Hawkeye Conference dual matches and are 3-4 overall. Results of the Pella Dual Singles winners: Alli Kreider and Rachel Lesley. Doubles winners: Kreider/Kennedi Wright and Jenna Agey/Olivia Johnson. Results of the Osky Dual Singles winners: Jordan Bandy, Kennedi Wright, Alli Kreider, Jenna Agey. Doubles winners: Kreider/Wright; Bandy/Ellie Riter; Jenna Agey/Olivia Johnson; Katy Faust/Emma Burnett Results from the Newton Dual Singles winners: Bandy, Wright, Kreider, Agey, Caia Niemeyer. Doubles winners: Kreider/Wright; Bandy/Riter; Agey/Johnson; Burnett/Tevka Lackmann. Boys Tennis The Warriors picked up a pair of Little Hawkeye Conference dual wins last week as they bested Oskaloosa 9-2 and then whitewashed the Newton Cardinals 11-0. Norwalk then traveled to Johnston pm Saturday for the Dragon Invitational and placed 5th in a very loaded field. Girls Track The Norwalk Girls Track Team had a week of successful meets and many new personal records. On Tuesday, the Warriors traveled to Dallas Center-Grimes for the Fillie Invitational. The lone champion of the evening was Marin Randall winning the 200 meters in a time of 27.97.  On Thursday the team competed in the Norseman Relays at Roland Story. Although conditions were less than desirable, the team collected several first place finishes.  Maya Hjelden won the 100 meters, and Gianna Bellizzi won the 200 meters. The 4x800 team of Torin Lackmann, Kennedy Wendl, Emily Kehoe, and Annie Balk won their event by running a 10:22.53.  As the evening went on, conditions did improve and the Warriors finished second as a team behind a very solid Gilbert team. Congratulations to the 4x100 team of Maya Hjelden, Marin Randall, Abby Bunch, and Raegan Levi for qualifying for the Drake Relays. Alternates for the team are Gianna Bellizzi and Summer Onken. The team will run on Saturday, April 27 at 9:28 AM.   Good luck, Warriors! Top 3 Finishes: Fillie Invitational Place Event: Athlete(s): Finals: 1st 200m Marin Randall 27.97 2nd 100m Raegan Levi 13.36 3rd 200m Maya Hjelden 28.61 3rd 4x100 Maya Hjelden, Marin Randall, Abby Bunch, Raegan Levi 52.70 3rd 4x800 Annie Balk, Kennedy Wendl, Emily Kehoe, Torin Lackmann 10:09.50 3rd Sprint Medley Maya Hjelden, Abby Bunch, Raegan Levi, Haley Downe 1:59.63                Top 3 Finishes: Norseman Relays Place Event: Athlete(s): Finals: 1st 100m Maya Hjelden 13.31 1st 200m Gianna Bellizzi 28.76 1st 4x800 Torin Lackmann, Kennedy Wendl, Emily Kehoe, Annie Balk 10:22.53 2nd 1500m Torin Lackmann 5:13.41 2nd 100m Hurdles Abby Bunch 17.20 2nd 400m Hurdles Abby Bunch 1:14.72 2nd 4x100 Maya Hjelden, Marin Randall, Raegan Levi, Gianna Bellizzi 52.97 2nd 4x200 Raegan Levi, Annika Schulz, Marin Randall, Gianna Bellizzi 1:56.55 2nd 4x400 Annika Schulz, Haley Downe, Annie Balk, Kennedy Wendl 4:32.97 2nd Distance Medley Annika Schulz, McKenzie Hunter, Kennedy Wendl, Annie Balk 4:48.84 3rd 3000m Emily Bellizzi 12:48.12 3rd Sprint Medley Maya Hjelden, Abby Bunch, Raegan Levi, Haley Dowen 2:03.46 3rd Long Jump Marin Randall 14-06.00   Boys Track The Norwalk High School Boys Track Team competed at their second and final home meet of the season on Monday. The eight-team field consisted of some very good 4A and 3A schools. The Warriors finished as team runner-up with a total of 123 points. Norwalk was only four points from first place. The boy’s track and field team also honored 15 seniors and their parents for all of the time and dedication they put in to their careers. Warrior Champions from the meet included the 4x800 team of Liam Buckley, Sam Rohrer, Ethan Carlson, and Grant Larson with a season’s best time of 8:34.27 and Zach Marker in the 400 meter dash in a time of 54.75. Other place winners: Discus-2nd and 3rd for Ben Clark 148’ and Tyler Endres 143’8” Shot-Tyler Endres 3rd 49’5.5” Long jump-3rd and 7th-personal bests-Jake Neller jumps 19’10.75” and Carson Raper 18’11” Sprint Medley is 2nd place-1:39.64. Jon Percy, Ethan Vetterick, Jake Neller, and Brian Hart Cael Eck 5th in varsity high jump 3200 meter run-Pat Foster 3rd and Luke Geyer 8th Shuttle hurdle relay 3rd-Matt Schuchard, Jake Gaumer, Tanner Klawonn, and Dre Bezoni Chase McKinney 3rd and Scott Anderson 5th in the 100 meter dash Distance medley relay-2nd-Jon Percy, Ethan Vetterick, Cole Schmitz, and Brody Lucas Liam Buckley 6th in the 800 Brian Hart 3rd and Scott Anderson 4th in the 200 meter dash Cade Campbell 8th in the 400 hurdles Derek Webster and Colin Frederick with season’s best in the 1600-5:02.22 and 5:11.95 4x100 season’s best-44.32 & is 2nd Scott Anderson, Jake Neller, Brian Hart, & Chase McKinney 4x400 is 3rd-Jon Percy, Carson Raper, Zach Marker, and Grant Larson   WAUKEE BOYS INVITATIONAL The Warriors traveled to Waukee for the Waukee Invitational Thursday, April 18, 2019. The sixteen team field was split in to two divisions of eight schools each. Norwalk finished in 3rd place in a tight team race. The competition consisted of some of the best teams from across the state. The meet was highlighted by these champions: Sprint medley-Scott Anderson, Jake Neller, Brian Hart, and Zach Marker 1:38.92 4x800-Sam Rohrer, Brody Lucas, Grant Larson, and Ethan Carlson 8:33.83 (season’s best) Other place winners include: Derek Webster 5th and Pat Foster 6th in 3200 meter run Blake Neil over 5’4” for 6th in high jump (personal best) 3rd and 4th-100 meter dash for Chase McKinney-11.20 and Scott Anderson-11.24 (season’s best) Zach Marker gets 2nd in the 400 meter dash 4x200 2nd (season’s best)-Brian Hart, Carson Raper, Jake Neller, & Chase McKinney-1:33.40 Ethan Carlson and Grant Larson finish 2nd and 3rd in the 800 meter run Brian Hart 3rd in the 200 meter dash with a season’s best 23.21 Nick Marker 7th long jump, Blake Neil 6th high jump, Tyler Endres 5th discus, Carter Bunch 8th shot Shuttle hurdle is 6th-Matt Schuchard, Jake Gaumer, Tanner Klawonn, and Dre Bezoni Distance medley is 5th-Jon Percy, Ethan Vetterick, Cole Schmitz, and Max Rohrer 110 high hurdles-Chase McKinney is 5th and Matt Schuchard is 7th 4x100 is 4th-Jon Percy, Jake Neller, Brian Hart, and Chase McKinney 4x400 is 5th-Jon Percy, Carson Raper, Ethan Vetterick, and Zach Marker   ADDITIONAL ATHLETIC / ACTIVITIES NEWS The Norwalk Jazz Band will be hosting their spring concert this Friday in the Norwalk Performing Arts Center beginning at 7 PM. Come and enjoy this incredibly talented group of musicians.        ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK   Activity Day Date Time Versus Location Tennis:  Girls High School   Mon 04/22/2019 2:30pm Multiple Schools Norwalk High School Tennis:  Boys High School   Mon 04/22/2019 3:00pm Indianola Indianola Middle School Soccer:  Girls JV   Mon 04/22/2019 4:15pm Away vs. Multiple Schools Pella Soccer Complex Track & Field:  Girls High School   Mon 04/22/2019 4:30pm Away vs. Multiple Schools Van Meter High School Track & Field:  Boys High School   Mon 04/22/2019 5:00pm Boone Boone Creasman Field Soccer:  Boys JV II   Mon 04/22/2019 5:30pm Valley Valley Stadium Soccer:  Boys JV 1   Mon 04/22/2019 6:45pm Valley Valley Stadium Golf:  Boys High School   Tue 04/23/2019 2:00pm Away vs. Multiple Schools Edmundson Golf Course Tennis:  Boys High School   Tue 04/23/2019 4:15pm Grinnell Norwalk High School Golf:  Girls High School   Tue 04/23/2019 4:15pm Away vs. Multiple Schools Oskaloosa Golf Course Tennis:  Girls High School   Tue 04/23/2019 4:15pm Grinnell Grinnell High School Track & Field:  Boys High School   Tue 04/23/2019 4:15pm Away vs. Multiple Schools Carlisle High School Soccer:  Boys JV 1   Tue 04/23/2019 5:30pm Oskaloosa Lacey Sports Complex Soccer:  Girls JV   Tue 04/23/2019 5:30pm Oskaloosa Norwalk High School Soccer:  Girls Varsity   Tue 04/23/2019 7:00pm Oskaloosa Norwalk High School Soccer:  Boys Varsity   Tue 04/23/2019 7:00pm Oskaloosa Lacey Sports Complex Golf:  Girls High School   Thu 04/25/2019 10:00am Marshalltown American Legion Country Club Golf:  Boys High School   Thu 04/25/2019 4:15pm Away vs. Multiple Schools Bos Landen Golf Club Track & Field:  Girls High School   Thu 04/25/2019 4:30pm Carlisle Carlisle High School Soccer:  Girls JV   Thu 04/25/2019 5:30pm North Polk North Polk High School Soccer:  Girls Varsity   Thu 04/25/2019 7:00pm North Polk North Polk High School Golf:  Boys High School   Fri 04/26/2019 12:00pm Away vs. Multiple Schools Lakeview Country Club Tennis:  Boys High School   Fri 04/26/2019 4:15pm Ballard Norwalk High School HS Jazz Band Spring Concert  Fri  4/26/2019 7:00 PM   NPAC      QUICK LINKS Norwalk Athletic / Activities Website: ...

Spring & Summer Norwalk HS Athletic Youth Camps 
Registrations are now being accepted for Norwalk High School Athletic Spring and Summer Youth Camps for all those future Warriors who will be in grades k - 8 for the 2019-20 school year. Registration for all camps will be offered on-line only. Physical registrations will not be accepted prior to the camp. Most camps will accept walkups on the day of the camp but cannot ensure a camp t-shirt if there is one offered with the camp. Athletic Youth camps are being offered in the following:  Girls Basketball  Boys Basketball  Football  Volleyball  MS Speed and Agility  Girls Tennis  Parents please note that when you register for a camp that you copy and paste the general camp text information for you to have as an informational flyer as the camps get closer. Camp flyer information will also be available on the high school athletic website at ...

Norwalk K-5 Coed Track Meet 
The Norwalk High School Girls Track Program will be conducting a K-5th grade Coed Track meet on Sunday, May 5th at Warrior Stadium. The meet is open to all girls and boys in grades K through 5th grade. Use the following link for complete meet schedule and information. ...