Friday, May 18, 2018

Warren Bank Provides Pizza Lunch Before State-bound Jacks Leave For Fayetteville

Pictured from left to right: Lumberjack Head Coach Taylor Wood, Erika Spears of Warren Bank, Kelly Ashcraft of Warren
Bank, Nora Pacheco of Warren Bank, Joy St. John of Warren Bank, Tracy Nichols of Warren Bank, Coach Steven Quoss, and Rev. Russell Rhoden of First Baptist Church
The Warren Lumberjack Soccer club were presented with a pizza lunch sponsored by Warren Bank and Trust, and held at the First United Methodist Church in Warren prior to the teams departure for Fayetteville and the 4A State Soccer Championship match taking place Saturday at 4:00 p.m. CST.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Razorbacks Plan to Continue Playing Football in Little Rock

Sources are reporting that during a planned 10:00 A.M. press conference, to be held at War Memorial Stadium, May 17th, the University of Arkansas and the State Department of Parks and Tourism will announce an agreement to continue to have the Razorback football team play games at War Memorial Stadium.  The agreement calls for the Hogs to play the University of Missouri every other year in Little Rock and for the years when the teams play in Missouri, Arkansas will play their annual Red-White intrasquad game in Little Rock. 

The Razorbacks have been playing football in Little Rock since 1948.  Many memorable games have been contested at War memorial over the years.  Playing games in Little Rock has been credited with making the Hogs a statewide supported program.  Many years ago, there were no lights on Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville so night games were played in Little Rock.  Of course, Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium has been enlarged and expanded and is now much larger than War Memorial, which means the U of A makes more money when games are played there.  Keeping games in Little Rock has been somewhat controversial, but appears to have been worked out with a compromise.  The new Arkansas Athletic Director and Football Coach have verbally been supportive of working out an arrangement.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

New Display at Molly's

Two new football jerseys and plaques have been put on displays in Molly's Diner in downtown Warren. Both framed jerseys are in honor of Molly's founder and owner Ronnie Higgins, legendary Lumberjack and Boll Weevil football player.
Higgins is a 1998 inductee into the Warren Lumberjack Sports Hall of Fame for football and track and was put into the UAM Hall of Fame in 2005.  He was All American at UAM  and won many awards as a high school athlete.

Mr. Higgins' son was an outstanding Lumberjack and his grandson is a current Lumberjack player and has contributed greatly to the team.  Lumberjack sports is a regular subject around the coffee table daily in Molly's.

Monday, May 14, 2018

Warren High School Male Soccer Awards Released

Two Year Lettermen:

Froylan Macias, Javier Tinoco, Omar Villareal, Roosevelt Peña, Jesús Tinoco, Bryan Angeles, Javier Tinoco

Three Year Lettermen:

Hector Torres, Roosevelt Peña, Avery Rhoden, Alex Nuñez

Four Year Lettermen:

Daniel Mondragon, Salomon Garay, Santiago Garcia

All conference:

Santiago Garcia, Javier Tinoco, Jesus Tinoco, Omar Villareal, Froylan Macias, Daniel Mondragon, Salomon Garay, Avery Rhoden, Hector Torres

All state:

Daniel Mondragon

Salomon Garay

Defensive Player of the Year:

Captain Avery Rhoden

Offensive Player of the Year:

Daniel Mondragon- 

43 goals and 15 assists

MAXPreps player of the week

Second ranked player IN THE STATE.

6th ranked player in the NATION.

4 year letterman

All Star Game first pick

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Back Woods Jr. Team Competes in Regional Tournament

BackWoods Trap Shooters Jr. Teams shot in the regional trap tournament on Friday May 4,2018 in Jacksonville, AR. Team members are back row from left Austin Saunders, Jameson Weeks, Westin Hargrave, Keller Bigham, Hazon Wheeler, Ethan Smith Caleb Taylor. Front row from left Alexander Wardlaw, Carson Slaughter, Cade Hancock and Chance Stephens.  Not pictured Jake Puterbaugh and coaches Mark McCelland, Ron St. John, Jon Bigham, Mike Baldwin and Curt Saunders

Friday, May 11, 2018

Lumberjack Soccer Advances To State Semifinals/Girls Soccer & Boys Baseball Teams Seasons' End

The Warren Lumberjack Soccer Club booked its ticket to the State Semifinals with a 3-0 win over Green Forest earlier today, May 11, 2018.  The Jacks yesterday hammered Brookland by the same scoreline of 3-0.  The semifinal match is set for 12pm Saturday vs. Dardanelle.

The Lady Jack Soccer Club's season came to an end in the State playoffs after falling to Riverview Searcy in a close match by the score of 3-1.

On the diamond, the Warren Lumberjack Baseball Club finished their 2018 season with a 12-2 loss to Shiloh Christian in the Arkansas State Baseball playoffs.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Backwoods Trap Shooters Sr. Team Competes in Tournament

BackWoods Trap Shooters Sr. Teams shot in the regional trap tournament on Saturday May 5,2018 in Jacksonville, AR team members back row from left Levi Baldwin, Mason Bigham, Brandon Hays, Jacob Ashcraft, Josh Petyon, Parker St. John, Blake Forrest. Front row from left Dalton Bigham, Toxey Simmons, Luke Trussell, Madeline Bolland, Blake Hargis and McKenize Baldwin.  Not Picture Michael Miranda, Nick Dunaway, Weston Hembree, Josh Nichols and coaches Mark McClellan, Ron St. John, Jon Bigham, Mike Baldwin and Curt Saunders.

Chris Gragg's Grid Iron Football and Mini Cheer Camp

This will be a non-contact football and life skills camp for K-12 grade students.  Campers will receive fundamental football skills and drills along with life lessons provided by current and former college and professional players.
The Lil Divas Cheer Camp is designed for K-6th grade students. There will be basic skill and drill sessions with a corporate cheer performed at the conclusion of camp. Instruction provided by current and former high school and college cheerleaders.
$30.00   Registration available on-line at:
or by mail to:

Chris Gragg’s Gridiron Grind and Cheer Camp   114 N. College Street   Dumas, Arkansas, 71639- Include Grade and T-shirt Size

Each Camper will receive Autograph photo, Group Photo, Lunch, T-shirt and Wristbands

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

2018-19 Jr. Jack Cheerleaders Announced

Back Row (L to R): Annie Figueroa, Jayden Grider, Jacey Ashcraft, Keller Bigham, Peyton Sinclair, Alyssa Higgins, Luci Woodard

Front Row (L to R): Cassie Simmons, Bryleigh Bickers, Leah Wolfe, Tabitha White, Natalie Cooper, Olivia Davidson

All Sports Reception Honors Athletes and Hall of Famers

WHS Athletes awarded special honors during the reception.
Warren High School celebrated their athletes with an All-Sports Reception Monday night in the cafeteria of the school.  The evening began with a welcome from emcee Gregg Reep followed by the invocation given by sophomore Mark Hairston.  Athletic Director Bo Hembree recognized the Administration and Coaching Staff.

Reep then announced the following as inductees into the Lumberjack Sports Hall of Fame:  Jarius Wright, Greg Childs, Chris Gragg, Mark Jennings, Randall Herring, and the 1931 State Championship Basketball Team.  Accepting the award for Wight who could not be there due to practice schedules with the Carolina Panthers, was his mother Jeanette Hooper.  Chris Gragg who is now a member of the New York Jets team was present, along with much of his family, and while thanking the people of Warren reminded everyone that he is sponsoring his Grid Iron Grind football camp and Mini Cheer Camp in Warren this June.  He noted that all the proceeds will benefit the Donald W. Reynolds Y.  Accepting the award for Greg Childs was his father, Greg Childs, Sr.  Mark Jennings was honored as a booster of the Jacks.  Randall Herring thanked the committee for honoring him as a Lumberjack basketball player from the 1960's.  John Cuthbertson and Robert Cuthbertson, sons of Mr. James Cuthbertson who was a player on the 1931 basketball team, accepted the honor for the team that played and defeated three teams in one day of State Championship action, two of which were two of the largest schools in Arkansas.

Following the inductions, each sport other than football was recognized.  Lettermen awards, and individual awards were announced.  The top award of the night, the Dino Nichols Award, was presented to senior Avery Rhoden.  Selection for this award is based on a formula of the number of sports played and GPA among other things.

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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Lady Mustangs Do Well in Tournament

Congratulations Lady Mustangs Elite Runner up Champs in the 2018 Toadsuck Tournament 9/10 grade girls division in Conway, Ar 

Sunday, May 6, 2018

Jacks Set to Play in State Tournament Thursday

The Warren Lumberjack baseball team played two games in the Regional Tournament Saturday, May 5th, being held at Malvern.  In the first game, Waqrren lost to Malvern 16-5.  Later in the day they played Nashville for third place in the region, and they lost 8-7 in ten innings moving the Jacks to 4th place in the region.

Warren will play in the State Tournament at Nashville Thursday, May 10th at 5:30 p.m.  Thee opponent will be the number two seed from the North Regional.

Friday, May 4, 2018

Lumberjacks Win First Regional Game

The Warren Lumberjack Baseball Team completed their Thursday weather delayed game Friday morning, May 4th by defeating the Joe T. Robinson Senators 11-4.  The Jacks will now face Malvern at 11:00 A.M. Saturday.  The regional tournament is being played in Malvern.

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Weather Delay for Jacks in Regional Tournament

The Warren Lumberjack baseball team traveled to Malvern Thursday, May 4, to face Joe
T. Robinson in the Class 4A Regional Tournament.  The game which began at 12:30 p.m. has been delayed in the top of the seventh inning due to inclement weather.  Play will resume Friday at 11:00 a.m.  Currently the Jacks are ahead 11-4 in the game.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Two Lady Jacks Earn Points in State Meet

Several Lady Jack Tracksters traveled to Pocohantas to participate in the 4A State Track meet.  Two of the Ladies returned home after earning points in the meet:  Destiny Thomas-4th in long jump with a jump of 16'6" and Anissa Henry-2nd in discus with a throw of 111' 8".  The girls are coached by Mrs. Janice Reddick.