Thursday, April 12, 2018


Following are the results for total minutes walked for week 4 of Walk Across Arkansas for the teams that have reported.  Bradley Biddies & 2 Old Birds – 919; SEAHDC Lean Machine – 730; Travelin Tomatoes – 1450; Warren Woman’s Club - 1471.  Top three individual placements for week 4 are:  Randy Hollis – 905; Joy Stewart – 540; and Jane Weier – 390.

The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action institution.  If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate or need materials in another format, please contact your Bradley County Extension Office as soon as possible.  Dial 711 for Arkansas Relay.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Wilkerson Honored as AState Physical Ed. Student of the Year

Collin Wilkerson, Hermitage graduate and son of Mr. and Mrs. David Wilkerson has been named AState Physical Education Student of the Year.  Congratulations to Collin for this recognition.

Annual Game In North Little Rock Up Next For Razorbacks

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Riding a five-game winning streak, including a sweep of No. 13 Auburn, the third-ranked Arkansas baseball team will look to stay hot as they take on Grambling State for a single midweek game in North Little Rock, Arkansas at Dickey-Stephens Park Tuesday night. First pitch with the Tigers is set for 6:30 p.m.

This is the ninth consecutive year that the Hogs have played a game in North Little Rock at the home of the Double-A affiliate Arkansas Travelers. Arkansas has won two straight at Dickey-Stephens Park going back to 2015. Last year, Arkansas defeated Memphis, 2-0, getting a two-run home run from Chad Spanberger and a near spotless start from Kacey Murphy.

Caleb Bolden will be taking the mound Tuesday night for Arkansas, making his third mid-week start of the year. In his previous two starts, Bolden has thrown at least six innings without giving up a run and has struck out 11 combined. Last week against ULM, Bolden earned his third win of the year after throwing seven scoreless innings, a career-long outing, and didn’t walk a batter for the second time in six appearances.

Offensively, the Hogs continue to mash as they have a combined .311 average through 33 games with 263 runs scored and 56 home runs. The runs are the second most in the SEC, while the home run total is best in the league and second in the nation.

Junior Eric Cole is coming off a strong week where he hit .348 with a team-leading eight hits over five games, including two doubles, and four RBIs. Cole has started all 33 games in the outfield this year and is hitting .348 out of the two hole with seven home runs and 24 RBIs. His .348 average is 11th-highest in the SEC and his RBI total is just one less than Cole had all last year.

Tuesday’s game will not have a video stream of any kind, but Phil Elson and Bubba Carpenter will be bringing you the gave via radio on the Razorback Sports Network from IMG. The radio stream can also be found on the Razorback Gameday app.

Friday, April 6, 2018

Games cancelled

The Warren soccer games have been cancelled for today due to inclement weather.

Monday, April 2, 2018

Warren High School Cheerleading Squad Named for 2018-19

Front Row Seated Left to Right:  Reed Woodard, Rivers Frazer.  Second Row Standing:  Jaye Saunders, Brooklyn Solis, Addison Langford, Kanaysia Hays, Mar'Shayla Haltiwanger, Anne Yepes.  Back Row Standing:  Karissa Morman, India Young, Aubrey Mann, India Hudson, Jovankah Rodriguez, Anna Heranney, andTnyia Cox

Cheerleading tryouts for 2018-19 were held recently.  Reed Woodard and Rivers Frazer were selected as captains for the squad.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018


Walk Across Arkansas is off to a great start with 4 teams formed with people from across the county.  The following teams are in serious, but fun competition and will need all the encouragement possible.  Here are the results for total minutes walked from week one for the teams that have reported:  Bradley Biddies & 2 Old Birds – 1502; SEAHDC Lean Machine – 945; Travelin Tomatoes – 1615; and Warren Woman’s Cub - 2170.  Top three individual placements are:  Randy Hollis – 840; Robin Hollis – 525; and Jan Smalling - 515.

Watch each week as the competition heats up between all the teams.

The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action institution.  If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate or need materials in another format, please contact your Bradley County Extension Office as soon as possible.  Dial 711 for Arkansas Relay.

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Lumberjacks Defeat Redwater, Texas

Warren's Lady Jack Softball Team won a hard fought game Friday against  Hermitage Friday by the score of 10-6.

The Lumberjack Baseball Team defeated Redwater, Texas 11-9 in the tournament being played in Nashville, Arkansas Friday, March 2nd. 

The Jacks lost to Horatio 9-0 in the tournament Saturday at Nashville.

Friday, March 2, 2018

Hermitage Jr Girls and Boys Are Crowned District Tournament Champs

Jr Boys are left to right front row: Joseph Garay, Jose Castro, Jorge Ramos, Issac Richey, and Landen Rice: left to right back row is Kashif Kincaid coaches assistant, Sawyer Pennington, Branden Harrod, Alan McGhee, Derrick Avery, Kenneth Wright, Tralon Miller, Reece Reep, Triston Woodall,Traveon Ellis, Coach Nate Davis and Assistant Coach Tyler Caruthers.
Jr Girls left to right front row:  Coach Leah McIntyre, Paige Speers, Haley McDougald, Erynn Lasiter, Hailey Carney, and Adrienna Avery; left to right back row:  Maria Gonzalez, Elizabeth Martinez, Sutton Nelson, Jessica Aranda, Cindy Wilkerson, Leah Huitt and Samantha Sellars.

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Lumberjacks and Lady Jacks Complete Basketball Season

The Warren Lumberjack and Lady Jack Basketball teams have completed their 2017-2018 basketball seasons.  Both made it to the state class AAAAA playoffs and both came up short in the first round.  The boys and girls had winning records and finished in the upper echolon of conference 8AAAA and the regional tournaments. 

The girls fell to Ozark 56-42 Wednesday afternoon and the boys lost 64-61 to Riverview. 

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Lumberjack Soccer Off to Great Start

The Warren Lady Jack and Lumberjack Soccer teams opened the 2018 season with wins over Arkansas Baptist Monday, February 26 at Jim Hurley, Jr. Stadium.  The girls won 5-3.  Goals were scored by Brittaney Bradlford, Daisy Mondragon, Elizabeth Garay and Isabel Densmore. 

The Warren boys, under new head coach Taylor Wood, beat Arkansas Baptist 12-1.  They jumped out early and dominated the game.  Scoring for Warren were the following players:
Jesus Tinoco, Javier Tinoco, Daniel Mondragon ( 4 goals ), Salomon Garay ( 4 goals ), Santiago Garcia and Dominic Figueroa.  The sportsmanship rule was invoked in the second half. 

A good crowd was on hand for both games.  The girls and boys have both had very competitive programs the past several years.  In 2017, the boys finished second in class 4AAAA and the girls were also in the state playoffs.  Steven Quoss, coaches the Warren Lady Jacks.

Monday, February 26, 2018

Jacks Soccer Opens Tonight At 5pm At Jim Hurley, Jr. Stadium

The Lumberjack and Ladyjack soccer teams will open the 2018 season on Monday, Feb 26 against non-conference foe Arkansas Baptist Prep.  The ladies will play first at 5 pm with the boys following thereafter.  Soccer is back in Warren, come out and show your support for the soccer Jacks as they make another run for a state championship!

The concession stand will be selling tacos tonight, so come on out, have dinner, and enjoy Fightin' Lumberjack Soccer!

Baseball and Softball Cancelled Due To Field Conditions

Due to the past week's heavy rains, field conditions at the Warren Baseball/Softball Complex have forced the cancellation of today's Lumberjack and Lady Jack Season openers.

Soccer is currently scheduled to still play today with the Lady Jacks starting at 5pm followed immediately by the Lumberjacks.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Jacks Heading to State

The Lumberjacks were runners-up in the South 4-A Regional Tournament.
The Warren Lumberjacks played the Bauxite Miners Saturday night in the championship game of the South 4-A Tournament held in Monticello.  The Miners defeated the Jacks 48-40.  The Jacks will play in the 4-A State Tournament in Brooklyn (Jonesboro) Wednesday, February 28 at 8:30 p.m. against Riverview.