Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Lumberjacks Defeat Monticello Boys & Girls

Keller Bigham goes for 2.
A near capacity crowd was present Tuesday night, February 12th at the Warren gym to watch the Warren Lady Jacks and Warren Lumberjacks face off with the Monticello teams in a conference 84A battle.  The Lady Jacks won 54-35 and the Warren boys won 50-35.  Both games were competitive.

The Lady Jacks jumped out to a big early lead and in the third quarter were up by 20-points, only to have Monticello fight back to within four.  The Warren women withstood the assault and played big in the fourth quarter to win 54-35.  The entire team contributed.

The Lumberjack men played solid all night and while Monticello tried to make a run, the Jacks did a great job of controlling the ball down the stretch and getting some inside baskets.  They pulled away on free throws. 

Both Warren teams finish the regular season Friday, February 15th at Magnolia. 



Javeon Robinson goes inside and up for 2.

Monday, February 11, 2019

Spring Game Slated For ESPNU Broadcast

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Arkansas football’s annual Red-White spring game has been slated for a 3 p.m. kickoff on Saturday, April 6, at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.

The game will air live on ESPNU and will also be streamed on ESPN.com & the ESPN app. Admission is free and open to the public. It marks the fourth-straight year ESPN has elected to carry the Razorbacks’ penultimate April scrimmage as part of the network’s spring football coverage.

The 2019 campaign marks the second season for head coach Chad Morris in Fayetteville. The Razorbacks are deep in winter workouts as the program closed out the February signing period with four new additions to the program, bringing this year’s signing class total to 26.

Arkansas welcomed 11 early enrollees to the Hill in January, including: Greg Brooks Jr. (DB), Devin Bush (DB), Myron Cunningham (OL), Eric Gregory (DL), Ben Hicks (QB), Trey Knox (WR), Shamar Nash (WR), Chibueze Nwanna (cha-BOY-zee)(nah-WAH-nah) (OL), Mataio Soli (mah-TYE-oh) (DL), Drew Vest (OL) and Zach Williams (DL).

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Sr. Night Ends With Sweep of Crossett Eagles

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The Warren Lumberjack Jr. Girls, Sr. Girls and Sr. Boys faced off against the Crossett Eagles Tuesday evening, February 5th.  It was senior night for the Lumberjacks although the game was played at Fordyce due to repairs ongoing at the Warren gym.  A good Warren crowd was on hand.

The Jr. Girls won the first game 38-22.  That game was followed by the Sr. Girls contest, which the Lady Jacks won 53-32.  The Sr. Boys then took on the Crossett Sr. Boys and in a back and forth battle, the Lumberjacks came out on top 57-49.  
Between the Sr. Girls' and Sr. Boys' games, seniors and scholar athletes were recognized.

Warren teams will next face Monticello on February 7th at Monticello.  The senior teams will complete the regular season against Magnolia at Magnolia February 15th.  

Saturday, February 2, 2019

Basketball Teams Fall Short At Star City

Vincent Stepps takes a shot inside.
Just a few weeks ago, the Warren Lumberjack Sr. Girls, Sr. Boys and Jr. Boys traveled to StarCity to play what should have been a home game in Warren, but was moved to Star City due to construction issues with the Warren gym.  That night the Jr. boys lost a very close game, the Sr. Girls beat Star City for the first time in years and the Sr. boys sportsmanship ruled Star City.  Friday night, February 1st proved to be a less enjoyable evening.

The Jr. Girls lost 36-14 and the Sr. Girls lost 49-33.  The Sr. Girls fell way behind in the first quarter and clawed their way back, getting to within three points in the fourth quarter, only to let the game get away.  Warren battled depth problems due to fouls and injuries.  They seemed to run out of gas, but made a valiant effort.

The Sr. boys played hard and well in the first quarter, but incredible shooting by Star City, including a high percentage of three pointers made and excellent free throw shooting was too much for the Sr. boys to overcome.  They never quit but could not catch up. 

Lumberjack basketball teams will face Crossett Tuesday, February 5th on Sr. night, when the Warren Seniors will be honored.  The game will be a home game for Warren but will be played at Fordyce, due to the work ongoing on the Warren gym.  Warren fans are urged to make the short drive to Fordyce and support the Lumberjacks in basketball.
The Lady Jacks battle hard.


Thursday, January 31, 2019

Razorback Baseball Home to Have New Name

Home of Razorback Baseball changed to Baum-Walker Stadium at George Cole Field

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – In recognition of the extraordinary longtime support of the Walker Family and the Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation, the nation’s top collegiate baseball ballpark has been renamed Baum-Walker Stadium at George Cole Field. On Thursday, the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees approved a resolution renaming the stadium that has been home to Razorback Baseball since 1996. Arkansas will open its 2019 season at Baum-Walker Stadium on Friday, February 15 against Eastern Illinois at 3 p.m.

The Willard and Pat Walker Family have been instrumental in supporting Razorback Baseball for many years. The Walkers gave a signature gift to enable the University of Arkansas to build Baum Stadium in the early 1990s. Initial plans had called for a renovation of the existing George Cole Field, but thanks in large part to the Walkers’ gift, and a gift from their friends, the Charlie Baum family, a new state-of-the-art stadium was constructed. The Walkers have remained steadfast supporters of the Razorbacks, including Razorback Baseball. Most recently, the Walker Charitable Foundation pledged $5 million in support of a new Baseball Performance Center to be constructed in the right field corner of the stadium.

“For more than four decades the Walker Family has been integral in the transformation of Razorback Athletics and most importantly the enhancement of the lives of our student-athletes,” Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek said. “Nowhere has that been more evident than with their support of Razorback Baseball. Through their unwavering support of our program, the Walker Family has enabled our baseball program to emerge as one of nation’s best. The beautiful place we call home for baseball wouldn’t exist without the Walkers. I want to thank Johnny Mike (Walker) and Mandy Macke for their continued commitment to the Razorbacks. It is fitting that from this day forward, this iconic ballpark will celebrate not only the Walkers’ tremendous contributions to our program, but the friendship that linked these two special families.”

Willard Walker and Charlie Baum worked together for Walmart founder Sam Walton in the early days of the company. The families were friends and combined philanthropic efforts to support several projects in Northwest Arkansas including Baum Stadium and Baum Walker Hall, the main auditorium at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville.

“Razorback Baseball has been a longstanding passion for our family,” Johnny Mike Walker said. “From my days as a Razorback player to our family relationships with legendary coaches Norm DeBriyn and Dave Van Horn, we have enjoyed the opportunity to be part of such a special program. To have our name associated with the Baums and the Razorback program in the formal name of the baseball stadium is something I know my parents would be very proud of. We are grateful to be honored in such a meaningful way.”

The Walker Charitable Foundation and the Walker Family have been long-time benefactors of the University of Arkansas and Razorback Athletics. They are the namesakes of the Walker Family Training Center, which includes the Willard and Pat Walker Pavilion and the Razorbacks’ spectacular 18,000 square-foot weight room facility. The Walker Foundation made a grant to help fund the Fred W. Smith Football Center. The Walkers also made a gift for the construction of Bud Walton Arena which includes the Willard and Pat Walker Entry.

In addition to their support of Razorback Athletics, the Walkers have made signature gifts to the College of Business’ Willard J. Walker Hall, the Pat Walker Student Health Center and the Fowler House. In 2009, the Walker Charitable Foundation made a significant donation for need based academic scholarships at the University of Arkansas.

Golf Fundraising Tournament Announced


Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Lumberjack Boys & Girls Battle Hamburg

Destiny Thomas puts up two for the Lady Jacks.
The Lumberjack boys and girls basketball teams traveled to Hamburg Tuesday night, January 29th and did battle with the Hamburg Lion teams.  The girls came away with a  63-36 win.  The boys fell short by the score of 58-51.  The Jr. Girls beat the Jr. Lions 33-21.

For the Sr. High girls, Ty'Shuna Stepps led Warren's scoring with 24 points.  Jillian Goodwin added 17. 

Warren basketball teams next face Star City on February 1st at Star City.
Cobey Muldrew goes inside.

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Lady Jacks Defeat Camden in Overtime

The Warren Ladyjacks and Lumberjacks tipped off against Camden  Friday night in Fordyce. 

The Lady Jacks had played Camden in a Holiday Tournament and lost by a single point in overtime.  The story played out again as the Lady Jacks and Lady Cardinals once again went into overtime.  However, Friday night the Lady Jacks and Coach Jae Kell turned it on in overtime to defeat the Lady Cardinals 53-44.

The Warren Sr. boys lost to the Cardinals 64-50.

Friday, January 25, 2019

REMINDER-REMINDER-REMINDER!!!! Baseball/Softball/Tball Registrations

REMINDER-REMINDER-REMINDER!!!! Baseball/Softball/Tball Registrations going on NOW at the YMCA! Stop by and get those kiddos signed up!! Deadline to signup is February 15th. DONT wait until its to late. Any questions feel free to call the YMCA at 226-2404.

Thursday, January 24, 2019

It's Time to Register for Baseball/Softball at the Y

The Donald W. Reynolds YMCA is currently accepting registrations for youth baseball and softball.  The deadline to register is Friday, February 15.  In order to register, a copy of a birth certificate must be presented.

Where there is financial need, scholarships are available.  Applications for financial assistance must be completed and turned in no later than January 28.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Warren Takes To The Court vs. Magnolia

Warren's Faith Jackson takes a shot vs. Magnolia.  Photo by Robert Camp.
The Warren Senior High Lumberjack and Lady Jacks recently took on Magnolia in Fordyce.

The Senior Girls won 50-37, and the boys lost 58-47.
Warren's Marcus Miller working the paint.  Photo by Robert Camp.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Sr. Ladies and Men Defeat Crossett

Warren's Jr. Goys, Sr. Girls, and Sr. Boys tipped off against the Crossett Eagle teams Tuesday night. T
he games were held in Crossett's neew gym.

 The Jr. Boys lost to the Jr. Eagles 23-32.
Jamie Stallings goes for two.  Robert Camp photo


The Sr. Girls continued their winning streak, defeating the Sr. Lady Eagles 50-27.   The Sr. Ladies are coached by Jae Kell
Coby Muldrew launches another three-pointer. Robert Camp Photo

 The Sr. Boys were also victorious by a score of 64-58.  The Sr. Boys are coached by Cory Muldrew.