Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Kingsley Adds Another Postseason Honor

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Senior forward Moses Kingsley picked up another postseason award on Wednesday morning, earning second team All-District honors from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC).

Selected and voted on by member coaches of the NABC in NCAA Division I, Kingsley is the fourth Razorback in the last eight years to earn NABC honors and the first since Bobby Portis and Michael Qualls both landed on the team in 2015.

Kingsley adds the NABC to his list of postseason awards that includes second team All-SEC from the league head coaches, SEC All-Defensive Team and USBWA All-District VII Team honors.

Monday, March 20, 2017

UAM Sweeps Northwestern Oklahoma

MONTICELLO — The University of Arkansas at Monticello baseball team defeated Great American Conference opponent Northwestern Oklahoma State in the series finale Saturday afternoon to earn the series sweep by a final score of 9-5.

The Weevils (14-10, 11-4 GAC) scored first in the final game of the series against Northwestern Oklahoma State (8-18, 3-12 GAC) in the second inning as Nick Piraino lined one up the middle to bring in two runs to give UAM the early lead.

Saturday, March 18, 2017

WJHS Cheerleading Squad Announced

Cheerleader tryouts were held this week for the 2017-18 Warren Jr. Jacks.  Addison Langford was named Captain, and Landen West was named Co-captain  Others who made the squad are India Young, Keller Bigham, Luci Woodard, Aubrey Mann, Alyson Mann, Layla Gorman, Jayden Grider, Jayce Ashcraft, Anna Lee Heranney, Brooklyn Solis, and Kanasia Hays.

Friday, March 17, 2017

WHS 2017-18 Cheerleaders Named

Warren High School held cheerleaders tryouts for the 2017-2018 squad Friday, March 17.  The captains are Josie Smith (who will be a senior) and Jaye Saunders (who will be a junior).

Also selected for the squad are Mackenzie Selby, Anna Wilkerson, Reed Woodard, Mary-Lynn Wagnon, Mar'Shayla Haltiwanger, Anne Yepe, Karissa Morman, Jovankah Rodriguez, Rivers Frazer, India Hudson, and T'Nyia Cox.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Color Run

Baseball Moved To Friday Evening At Parkers Chapel

Warren's previously scheduled Saturday game vs. Parkers Chapel has been moved to 4:00 pm Friday at Parkers Chapel.

Two Lumberjacks Make 4-A All State Honors

The Arkansas Activities Association has released the names of the 4-A All State Basketball Players. Two Warren Lumberjacks have been named in the list: Treylon Burks and Javeon Roberson.  Both players are sophomores.

Bats Come Alive For Jacks In Win Over McGehee-WATCH FULL GAME

Coach Michael Milum's Warren Lumberjack Baseball Club defeated the McGehee Owls Tuesday evening in Warren by the score of 15-3 in 5 innings.

Gage Reep started on the mound for the Lumberjacks.  He pitched 3 and 1/3 innings.  Kendall Pope came in in relief.

The Lumberjacks got on the board early in the bottom of first with an 1-0 lead, but the bats really broke open in the second and third innings for Warren as they scored 6 runs in each, leading to a 13-2 lead after three.  McGehee would only add 1 run in the fourth.  In the bottom of the inning the Lumberjacks picked up a couple of insurance runs which led to the final score of 15-3.  Warren is now 1-4 on the season, and has yet to play a conference game.

Treylon Burks and Gage Reep each went 3 for 3 at the plate on the night, and Hayden Lassiter went 2 for two. Reep was named the Player of the Game.

Lassiter led the Lumberjacks in scoring with 3 runs, and Burks led in RBI’s, with 4.

The Lumberjacks are scheduled to play Parkers Chapel this Saturday at 1pm in Warren.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Warren Baseball and Softball Games Cancelled For Monday

The Warren Lumberjack Baseball and Softball Clubs' games that were scheduled for later today, Monday, March 13 in Fordyce, have been cancelled due to unsuitable field conditions caused by this mornings rainfall.

Their next scheduled games are set to take place Tuesday at home in Warren vs. McGehee.  Stick with for any possible cancellations or word of clearance for the games to go on as scheduled.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Lumberjack and Lady Jack Soccer Clubs Battle Wintery Weather In El Dorado Tournament Saturday

Junior Lumberjack Forward Daniel Mondragon dispatches his second of two goals against Hermitage in Saturdays El Dorado Tournament.
Solid defensive work and a persistent presence offensively saw the Warren Lumberjacks through to finishing second, winning 2 out of 3 games, in Saturday’s El Dorado Soccer Tournament.

The Lady Jacks took 2 of their 3 games played in the non-conference tourney as well, also finishing in second in the girls tournament.

Sophomore Lady Jack Winger/Striker Isabel Densmore takes a throw-in during the Warren Girls' second game of the El Dorado Tournament.
In a bit of irony, the warm temperatures that all of us in South Arkansas have been enjoying these past few weeks finally disappeared and were replaced by an arctic cold front that brought bitterly cold air and rain, a sure sign that high school soccer, baseball, and softball are in full swing.  Credit must go to the Lumberjack men’s and women’s Soccer Clubs who braved Saturday’s wintery weather to play 3 games a piece in one day, a tough feat for any soccer team.

The Lumberjack Boys opened up the tournament early Saturday morning with a 1-0 win over El Dorado.  The Lady Jacks played their first of 3 games against El Dorado’s girls team immediately following the boys game at around 9am, but were just edged out 3-1.

The Lumberjacks played their second game of the day at 3pm against Hermitage. Ten minutes into the match, after a few close chances, the Lumberjacks were awarded a free kick in a promising area around 12 yards outside of the box.  A nice whipped in ball was headed in by Junior Lumberjack Daniel Mondragon.  Moments later the Lumberjacks had another close effort from Junior Santiago Garcia go just wide.  The 1-0 lead was extended before the halftime break however, when Gadiel Garay knocked one home.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Lady Jacks Fall To Dragons

The Warren Lady Jack Softball Team lost to the Junction Dragons by the score of 18-3 Thursday, March 9, 2017 at home in Warren.

Freshman Rivers Frazer went 1 for 1 and scored 2 for Warren. Marlee Rauls had 1 RBI on the night, and Kayla Payne went 1 for 1.

Warren moves to 0-5 on the season(0-0 in conference play).  They will face the Woodlawn Lady Bears today, March 10 at 4:30 p.m.  Please note: This game was not on the original schedule, but we believe it is a makeup game from February, so it should be at home in Warren.


Jacks Drop A Tough One To Junction City

Warren's Treylon Burks slides in to extend an early lead for the Jacks Thursday afternoon.
As cloudy skies hovered above on Thursday, March 9, 2017, the Warren Lumberjacks dropped a non-conference matchup vs. Junction City by the score of 9-6 at home in Warren.

Junior Luke Gorman got the start on the hill for the Orange and Black.  He pitched 3 and 2/3 innings and surrendered 6 hits and 5 runs, 2 of which were earned.

Sophomore Centerfielder Treylon Burks led the Lumberjacks at the plate, going 2 for 2.  Burks scored one run in the third inning on a passed ball.  He also walked twice.

Junior Leighton Curry went 1-2 at the plate and knocked in 1 RBI.  Sophomore Cade Reep and Junior Logan Smith also each had an RBI a piece.

Warren Sophomore Kendall Pope, who started the game at third base, came in and pitched 3 and 1/3 innings in relief.  He gave up 7 hits and 4 runs.  Only 2 were earned.

This loss brings the Lumberjacks record for the 2017 season so far to 0-4(0-0 in conference play).  They next face Shiloh Christian on Saturday in the Billy Bock Classic in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

Editor's note:  This is a young baseball team folks.  They've shown clear improvement.  Come out and support these kids each week.  It's baseball time in Warren!  Come on out to the park, bring the whole family, grab one of the famous Renious Harton Burgers, and enjoy a good ballgame!

Third Baseman for Warren, Kendall Pope, throws a Junction City batter out at first.
Lumberjack Cade Reep knocks in a run in Warren's 9-6 loss to Junction City.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Lumberjack Soccer Club Defeats Jacksonville Lighthouse

Warren's Sophomore Striker Javier Tinoco(far right) watches as his shot on goal drifts past the final Jacksonville Lighthouse defender and into the net to open Warren's lead Tuesday evening.
The Warren Lumberjack Soccer Club defeated the Jacksonville Lighthouse Wolves in an early spring non-conference game by the score of 3-1 Tuesday at Jim Hurley, Jr. Stadium in Warren, Arkansas.

The first half was gritty, as a tough Jacksonville Lighthouse team put up a strong and convincing defense.  Warren did find an early breakthrough goal from the able foot of Javier Tinoco, who has been in excellent form as of late.  Tinoco found himself clear with only the goalie to beat on a breakaway.  After skipping past the keeper, the Sophomore Lumberjack striker calmly tapped home the opening goal into an open net.

After the halftime break, the Lumberjacks were able to pick up two more goals, although Jacksonville Lighthouse pulled one back before the final whistle.  Warren won by the score of 3-1.

Coach Rusty Densmore's Jacks are now 2-1 overall this season.

Warren's Javier Tinoco(left) and Santiago Garcia(right) in action at kickoff at the start of Warren vs. Jacksonville Lighthouse.

Santiago Garcia(center) takes possession of the ball just inside the box.

Warren's Freshman Jesus Tinoco blast a shot just wide of goal.

Santiago Garcia(left) congratulates his teammate Javier Tinoco(right) on Tinoco's opening goal.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Lady Jacks Score 7 In Rout of Jacksonville Lighthouse

Warren's Senior Striker Denisha Stallings(center) charges forward one on one towards the Jacksonville Lighthouse keeper.  Warren Senior Hannah Richey(right) trails Stallings in support.
The Warren Lady Jack took to the field at Jim Hurley, Jr. Stadium in Warren Tuesday evening and picked up a 7-0 win over the Jacksonville Lighthouse Lady Wolves.

The Lady Jacks got off to a quick start, scoring within the first two minutes of kickoff.  They would add five more goals in the first half for a 6-0 lead.

The second half pressure was eased somewhat, but Warren did come away with one more goal, making the final score 7-0 in favor of the Lady Jacks.

Lady Jack Sophomore Isabel Densmore pushes down the right wing looking to get a cross in.

Senior Lady Jack Rosa Bautista takes a shot in Warren's Tuesday game vs. Jacksonville Lighthouse.

Junior Mackenzie Selby puts a shot past a Jacksonville Lighthouse defender.

No Lumberjack LIVE Games Today

Due to the cancelled baseball game, there will be no LIVE Lumberjack streamcasts today on the NFHS Network.  We will resume with our schedule on the next regularly scheduled live stream, which can be found by CLICKING HERE.

Our sports staff will be in attendance at the Lumberjack Soccer games later this afternoon, and will have a full article and photos coming late tonight or by early tomorrow morning.