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Color Rush Game vs. Oskaloosa on Tuesday, December 18. 
The Norwalk Shop will be providing an on-line purchase of short sleeve and long sleeve t-shirts for a color rush game vs. Oskaloosa on Tuesday, December 18. A portion of the sales will be donated to the local Norwalk Food Pantry. Use the following link for additional information. ...

Warrior Weekly 12-10-18
  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: Who is currently the Warrior Wrestling career leader in wins? (The Warrior Weekly Trivia answer is located as the final bullet in the "Did You Know Section” A good Monday Warrior Fans. The WW apologizes for its absence last week as absence and conflicts prevented its publication. The winter season is now in full motion and we encourage all Warrior fans to come out and support our programs and student-athletes.   Bowling The Norwalk Warriors traveled to Creston to take on the Panthers in their first meet of the season. Freshman Dalton Stoffel led the Warriors throwing a two game series of 373 and the high game for Norwalk with a 205. The Warriors held off a charge by the Panthers in the last baker game to come away with a 2 pin victory. Junior Logan Duffy shot 10 strikes and 2 spares with one open in the Baker games to lead the Warriors. Boys Final Score Norwalk 2,264 Creston 2,262 The Norwalk Girls Bowling team took an early lead and held it through the first round. Freshman Macie Sylvestor led the charge with a 326 series and also led the Warrior charge in the baker games throwing 8 strikes and spares out of 10 attempts. The Lady Warriors held off a late charge by the Creston and won their first match in two years. Girls Final Score Norwalk 1,907 Creston 1,895 Boys Basketball The Warriors dropped their first game of the year to Ballard 69-66 in a back and forth game before running off four straight wins including a pair of Little Hawkeye Conference victories over Indianola 65-48 and a hard fought home win over Pella Christian this past Friday 65-61. On Saturday, Norwalk traveled to Handle University in Urbandale to take on 4A DSM Hoover in a matchup of two ranked teams. The game proved to be competitive as North took a 34-32 lead into the locker room at the half and held on to a four point lead at the end of three quarters before outscoring the Warriors in the fourth quarter 23-12 for an 80-65 win. Jr. Bowen Born led the Warriors with 37 points in their win over Pella Christian while Sr. Tyler Endres dominated the paint with 36 points in the loss to the Polar Bears. Norwalk will step out of conference play on Tuesday as they play host to the Perry Bluejays before traveling to Pella on Friday in LHC play. Norwalk is currently 4-2 overall on the season and 2-0 in LHC play. Girls Basketball The Warriors picked up their first victory of the early season last week in a non-conference road win at Winterset 39-33. Sr. Gianna Bellizzi led the Warriors with 11 points while Fr. Olivia Johnson had 12 rebounds. The Warriors welcomed Pella Christian last Friday in LHC play and another early deficit made it difficult to climb back into the game as PC took a 43-27 win. The Warriors are now 1-5 on the season and 0-2 in conference play and will host Perry on Tuesday in a non-conference game before traveling to Pella on Friday. Swimming Congratulations to the Norwalk swimmers and the DSM Lincoln swim team in their victory over the Carroll Tigers last week 88 - 82. The contest was tied going in to the final event where the Norwalk and Lincoln swimmers won the final relay and secured the victory. Top three finishes by Shaun Slycord, Will Bennett, Noah Schumacher, Logan Neifert, and Matthew Gudenkauf all helped in the victory. The swimmers will host Newton on Tuesday and then host Ottumwa on Thursday this week. Wrestling The Warriors, to this point in the season, have lived up to their Class 3A top 10 ranking as they have easily disposed of their duel opponents and had a more than respectable showing in their first invitational tournament at Cedar Falls a week ago. Norwalk opened the regular and conference season hosting the DCG Mustangs and cruised to a 59-12 win. Norwalk ran their conference duel record to 2-0 when they traveled to Winterset for a triangular with the Oskaloosa Indians and defeated Osky 69-9 and then picked up a non-conference win over Winterset 48-17. Norwalk traveled to eastern Iowa a week ago to participate in the very competitive Keith Young Invitational held at Cedar Falls HS and finished in a very respectable 4th place out of 16 quality teams. Special congratulations to Sr. Carter Schmidt, who not only won the championship at 152lbs but the victory was also the 100th of his high school career. Congratulations Carter. Norwalk will travel to Ballard on Tuesday for a non-conference duel with the Bombers before heading to Newton on Thursday for a conference duel with the Cardinals. THIS WEEKS ATHLETIC AND ACTIVITY SCHEDULE Date Time Activity Opponent Location Monday, December 10, 2018 5:00PM Basketball: Boys 9th Grade  Away vs.  Carlisle Carlisle High School   6:15PM Basketball: Boys Varsity Reserve  Away vs.  Carlisle Carlisle High School           Tuesday, December 11, 2018 5:30PM Boys Swimming Newton Lincoln High School   6:00PM Basketball: Girls Varsity Perry Community Norwalk High School  NHS Gym   6:30PM Wrestling: JV  Away vs.  Ballard Ballard High School   7:30PM Basketball: Boys Varsity Perry Community Norwalk High School  NHS Gym   7:30PM Wrestling: Varsity  Away vs.  Ballard Ballard High School Wednesday, December 12, 2018                   Thursday, December 13, 2018 5:30PM Boys Swimming Ottumwa Lincoln High School   6:00PM Basketball: Boys 9th Grade Pella Norwalk High School  NHS Gym   6:30PM Wrestling: JV  Away vs.  Newton Newton High School   7:30PM Basketball: Boys 10th Grade Pella Norwalk High School  NHS Gym   7:30PM Wrestling: Varsity  Away vs.  Newton Newton High School           Friday, December 14, 2018 4:45PM Basketball: Girls JV 1  Away vs.  Pella Pella High School   5:15PM Wrestling: JV  Away vs. Multiple Schools, Indianola Middle School   6:15PM Basketball: Girls Varsity  Away vs.  Pella Pella High School   7:45PM Basketball: Boys Varsity  Away vs.  Pella Pella High School           Saturday, December 15, 2018 9:00AM Basketball: Boys Varsity Reserve Indianola Norwalk High School  NHS Gym   10:00AM Bowling: High School Pella Christian Val Lanes Recreation Center   10:00AM Wrestling: Varsity  Away vs. Multiple Schools, Pella High School   10:15AM Basketball: Boys 9th Grade Indianola Norwalk High School  NHS Gym   QUICK LINKS Norwalk Athletic / Activities Website: ...