Thursday, August 16, 2018

How to Subscribe to Watch Lumberjack Games Online

The Lumberjack LIVE crew will once again be streaming the Lumberjack Football season live on the NFHS Network.

Fans will need an NFHS Network paid subscription to be able to watch games live.  There are three separate subscription options.  Viewers can purchase an "Annual Pass" for $50, which lasts for 365 days.  The second option is called the "Seasonal Pass," which is $30 and gives a viewer access to live broadcasts for 120 days.  The last option is called the "Monthly Pass," and it gives viewers access for 30 days, costing just $9.95.

To purchase a subscription to watch Lumberjack games live this football season, visit warrenlumberjacks.com.  A portion of the proceeds go to the Warren School District.

The first game is set for August 25 at 12 p.m. in North Little Rock.  Go ahead and pick up your subscription today.

UAM Names 2018-29 Spirit Squad

Fifteen women and three men comprise the 2018-19 Spirit/Cheerleading Squad at the University of Arkansas at Monticello. Pictured (first row, from left) are Makenzie Smith, a junior education major from Beebe, Denisha Stallings, a sophomore nursing major from Warren, Krista Sparks, a sophomore

exercise science major from Warren, Kensley Young, a freshman education major from Monticello, Alana Sipes, a sophomore nursing major from Crossett, Madison Hall, a freshman nursing major from White Hall, Katelin McLain, a senior social work major from Jacksonville, Courtney Poole, a freshman nursing major from Hamburg, (standing, from left) John Ratliff, a junior exercise science major form Little Rock, Tylar Hendricks, a junior nursing major from Monticello, Keely Stanberry, a junior accounting major from Camden, Haley Mims-Crawford, a freshman general studies major from Conway, Tucker Sanders, a sophomore biology major from Bauxite, Kendra Lytch, a senior criminal justice major from Jacksonville, Madison Arrington, a junior nursing major from Monticello, Madison Brown, a senior graduate education major from Woodlawn, Hunter Sanders, a sophomore nursing major from Bauxite, and (back) mascot Katherine Williams, a senior agriculture major from North Little Rock.


Sunday, August 12, 2018

Weevils Scrimmage/Former Lumberjack Takes Part

Wallace Smith, #91, comes off the field in the scrimmage Saturday.
The 2018 version of the University of Arkansas-Monticello Boll Weevil Football Team scrimmaged Saturday morning at Monticello High School's field as they prepare for the season opener August 30th at SW Okla. St.  Seeing some time on the field was former Lumberjack, Wallace Smith, who is a freshman on the team.  He worked some at defensive tackle and was the nose man on the extra point and field goal block team.  Wallace was wearing #91 during the scrimmage.

Wallace Smith is listed as a 6' 3" 300 pound defensive tackle.  Also listed on the Weevil rooster is former Lumberjack Kaleel Thomas a 6' 1" 198 pound wide receiver.   He is listed as a Jr.

The 2018 Weevils hope to be competitive in the Great American Conference.  

Saturday, August 11, 2018

Lumberjacks Enjoy Hamburger Lunch/Tickets Available For First Game

The Warren Lumberjack Football Team and their coaches were treated to a hamburger lunch Friday, August 10th by County Clerk Karen Belin and her husband former Sheriff Butch Belin.  This is an event the Belins have been sponsoring for several years.  The team and staff are treated to delicious hamburgers and a special desert.  Little food is left after the meal.

Butch Belin has assisted the team every Friday night during football season for many years.  He helps transport equipment for road games and helps with logistics, all as a volunteer.  Thomas Hollingsworth also helps each week.  They are of tremendous help to the players and coaches. 

Remember, the Lumberjacks open the 2018 season Saturday, August 25th at North Little Rock High School against Southside Batesville with kickoff set for 12:00 noon.  Tickets are available in advance at Arkansas Superior Federal Credit Union, First State Bank, Warren Bank & Trust Company, Union Bank and Rob Reep Studio at 225 S. Main Street.  Anyone interested can message the Lumberjack Booster Club.  Get  your tickets in advance.  You will save money and the Warren Schools get to keep some  of the proceeds.  A big crowd is expected and all Lumberjack fans are urged to attend and support the Jacks.

The game is part of the Hooten's classic and is sponsored by Blue Cross and Blue Shield.  Both Warren and Southside Batesville enter the contest as highly ranked teams in Class 4A in Arkansas.

The game will be livestreamed by salineriverchronicle.com through the NFHS network.  Be sure to have your subscription updated on lumberjacklive.com.  Cost is $9,95 for a month, $30.00 for three months or $50.00 for a twelve month period.  

Friday, August 10, 2018

Warren Lumberjacks Celebrate Kickoff Classic with Pep Rally With a Purpose

WHS Studens packed 23,500 meals which will remain in the area to help families in nee.
Football. ..Food Banks. .. Fearless fans.  Warren High School football players, cheerleaders, band members, coaches and several teachers and staff gathered August 9th in the activities center of the First Baptist Church of Warren to celebrate their selection for participation in the 2018 Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield Kickoff Classic presented by hootens.com, pack meals and for local food pantries.

Warren High School is one of eight teams selected to participate in the competitive,championship-caliber high school football showcase for 2018.  Other schools are from Bauxite, Conway Christian, Foremen, Fouke, Parkers Chapel, Smackover and Southside Batesville.

Warren will face Southside Batesville in the 2018 Kickoff Classic on Saturday, August 25, at North Little Rock High School Stadium.  To help get the team and town excited about the game, a community pep rally was held.  At the pep rally, it was announced that students and staff had gathered just prior with Arkansas Blue Cross employees to pack 23,500 meals for the food pantries benefitting:

*Ebenezer Baptist Church
*Mount Carmel Missionary Baptist Church
*Arkansas Foodbank Network
*First Baptist Church of Warren.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Lumberjack Pep Rally Set For August 9


Soccer & Flag Football Deadlines Approaching At YMCA


HEADS UP!! Deadline for Soccer & Flag Football are on the horizon.

Soccer Deadline - August 17th
Flag Football - August 24th

Deadline for Scholarships - August 10th
Any questions call Bart at 226-2404.

Monday, August 6, 2018

Brown and Bell Look For Expanding Roles During The 2018 A-State Red Wolf Season

Darveon Brown is set to be one of the top two receivers this season at Arkansas State.
Photos courtesy of Arkansas State.  They are not to be copied or shared outside of src.
Two Warren Lumberjacks are looking to make an impact on what could be a Sun Belt Title contending Arkansas State Red Wolf squad this season.

Redshirt Junior Darveon Brown, former Lumberjack WR from the WHS Class of 2015, has been mostly a special teams player and reserve slot receiver his first two seasons, but looks to be one of the top two at his position this year. A-State head football coach Blake Anderson said, “We expect Darveon to help fill some of the void from the guys in the slot and our tight end Black Mack had last year. We’re counting on him to step up and we expect him to make some plays.”

Jhamahl Bell is working to fight back from a spring injury, but is hopeful to have an impact this fall for the Red Wolves.
Jhamahl Bell, a member of the WHS Class of 2014 and a red shirt senior at Arkansas State, was out all of spring football with an injury and is hoping to be fully healthy for fall camp. Jhamahl has been on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and recently participated in the A-State student-athlete study abroad program that spent a few weeks in Barcelona, Spain.

Darveon Brown in action for AState during the 2017 season.
The two young men will kick-off the season with Arkansas State Saturday, September 1 at 6pm CST as the Red Wolves take on Southeast Missouri State in Jonesboro.

Information and quotes provided by Warren Alumnus Dennen Cuthbertson, Assistant Director for Media Relations of the Arkansas State Red Wolves.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Lumberjack Fall Practice Underway

The Warren Lumberjacks began fall camp Monday, July 29th.  The Sr. Lumberjacks and Jr. Jacks both began preparations for the 2018 football season.

Warren is the pre-season favorite to win the Class 4A championship by many pundits and media outlets.  They will have stiff competition both within conference 84A and from several other conferences within class 4A.  Warren returns a number of starters and lettermen from the 2017 team that finished runner-up by one point in class 4A.  Warren has several division one prospects and a strong tradition.

According to Head Football Coach Bo Hembree, the Sr. Jacks will practice the week of July 29th in the mornings and the following week will move to afternoon workouts.  Assistant coaches are as follows:
Robert Cuthbertson-running backs
Corey Muldrew-receeivers
Tyler Kell-offensive linemen
Blake Washington-offensive linemen
Steed White-defensive linemen
Jimmy May-defensive ends
George Shelton-linebackers
Michael Milum-defensive backs
Coach Steed White will be the Head Jr. Jack Coach and Coach Robert Cuthbertson will be in charge of the 7th grade team.

The Lumberjacks will assist with a Blue Cross/Blue Shield benefit event Thursday, August 9th at First Baptist Church of Warren.  It will be followed with a pep rally open to the public.  The Jacks will scrimmage the McGehee Owls Thursday, August 16th beginning at 6:30 P.M. at Jim Hurley, Jr. Stadium.  This will be open to the public.  The team opens the 2018 football season Saturday, August 25th at noon against Southside Batesville.  The game will be played at North Little Rock High School.

The 2018 team should be very competitive and will be led by several outstanding players including Marcus Miller and Treylon Burks, both of whom have just committed to the Arkansas Razorbacks.  Other players  including Keemontrae McKnight are considered college prospects.
Quarterback Jmalachi Kinnard is expected to play a key role in Warren's attempted run to a title and Junior Jesus Tinoco will be back to provide an outstanding kicking game

Monday, July 30, 2018

BREAKING NEWS: Warren's Treylon Burks Commits To Arkansas


Photo courtesy of the University of Arkansas.
Warren's standout receiver, elite national prospect, and all-around athlete Treylon Burks committed to the University of Arkansas Monday, July 30, 2018.

Burks, who is 6'3" tall and 225 lbs, runs a 4.4 forty, has pledged his collegiate future to the Arkansas Razorbacks.  He had offers on the table from Florida State, Clemson, LSU, Michigan, South Carolina, Ole Miss, Tennessee, and other schools.

Burks is entering his senior year at Warren High School.  He is the 63 overall national prospect, and the No. 9 wide receiver in the nation on the high school level.

Milton, Milton & Bryant Win C.A. Milton Tournament

Over thirty teams teed-off for the 15th annual C.A. Milton Lumberjack Golf Tournament this past weekend.  The annual event is held just prior to the start of high school football practice and raises money for the Warren Athletic program.  It is held in memory of the late C.A. Milton, a longtime Lumberjack fan and supporter.  It is played each year at the Warren Country Club.

The winning team for 2018 was Bob Milton, Michael Milton and Josh Bryant.  Bob is a son of C.A. Milton and Michael is a grandson.  Josh Bryant is a former outstanding Lumberjack baseball player.  The three men shot a -27. 

Everyone taking part seemed to enjoy the tournament and are excited about Lumberjack Football in 2018.

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Warren's Marcus Miller Commits to Razorbacks

Photo from Warren Lumberjack Booster Club facebook page
Warren Senior 6'5", 310 lbs.,  lineman Marcus Miller committed to the Arkansas Razorbacks after making an unofficial visit with his friend and teammate Treylon Burks Friday.  Marcus has received offers from numerous universities including Tennessee, Missouri, and Memphis.

With Miller's decision, he becomes Arkansas's sixth defensive lineman for 2019 Class.  He is the third in-state pledge.  He joins Zach Williams of Joe T. Robinson and defensive back Malik Chavis of Rison.  Other commitments are defensive tackle Carl Williams and defensive ends Mataio Soli, Eric Gregory, and Collin Clay.

Monday, July 23, 2018

Year-round Swimmers Place 3rd at SASA

Warren Waves year-round swimmers placed 3rd last Saturday at SASA concluding the 2018 summer season.  Year-round swimmers participating were Cade Cobb, Kenzie Friday (not pictured) and Josh McClain.  The Warren Waves are coached by TJ Files.

Cade Cobb and Josh McClain were also awarded individual high-point trophies for each of their divisions. Summer swimmer Beckham Ramirez was awarded high-point for his division as well.

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Eight Qualify for Jr. Olympics



Eight Warren Waves swimmers will be attending Junior Olympics to compete with Team Arkansas in Des Moines, Iowa July 26-29. Qualifying for Jr. Olympics are Kenzie Friday, Logan Mann, Josh McClain, Cade Cobb, Chris McClain, Beckham Ramirez, Sosie Rodriguez ,and Thomas Duncan.

Friday, July 20, 2018

2018 UA Sports Hall of Honor Class Announced

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – A total of 15 former University of Arkansas student-athletes will be inducted as members of the 2018 class of the University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor this September.

The 2018 class consists of Razorbacks from 11 different sport programs including the first hall of honor inductee from gymnastics. The 2018 inductees were elected to the UA Sports Hall of Honor based on a vote by former Razorback letter winners in conjunction with the A Club. The UA Sports Hall of Honor, including the induction weekend, is coordinated by the Razorback Foundation.

“History and tradition are cornerstones of the Razorback program and an integral part of who we are today,” Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek said. “The Hall of Honor weekend gives us the opportunity to recognize outstanding individuals who have contributed so much to our university and our state. With their efforts on and off the field, these remarkable men and women have made an indelible impact on our program. Congratulations to this year’s inductees. We look forward to celebrating their extraordinary careers this fall.”

The 2018 class will be inducted during the Hall of Honor weekend, Sept. 14-15. Hall of Honor weekend includes a golf tournament at the Fayetteville Country Club and an induction banquet Friday evening at the Fayetteville Town Center. Inductees will also be recognized during Arkansas’ football game against North Texas at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Kickoff for the Arkansas-North Texas game is set for 3 p.m.