By Bailey Moore
Baseball- The Warren Warriors baseball team competed in the LCM tournament this last weekend. Their first game in the tournament was up against New Waverly. On the mound this game was senior, Brody Brockman. The Warriors learned a lot from this experience. Their second game was moved to home and was against Shepard. Pitching for the Warriors was sophomore Trace Daigle pitching excellent and only allowing one player on base. Daigle scattered out 5 hits in 5 and two-thirds innings. Alongside this the Warriors worked hard to do their job at the plate and scored six runs on the Shepard Pirates.
The final score 6-4 over Shepard. In their last game of the tournament against the Buffalo Bisons, the Warriors competed well. However, fell short over Buffalo. The Warren Warrior Baseball team will play its district opener away in Hardin this Tuesday and home against Buna on Friday with results in next week.
Softball- The Lady Warrior softball team started district last week. Playing the Anahuac Panthers on Tuesday and the Kountze Lionettes Friday night. The Lady Warriors have been improving constantly game after game. The Lady Warriors have continued working competitively at the plate and Claire McEachern improving greatly on the mound. In the game against Anahuac the Lady Warriors fought hard to gain a win, however falling short in the very end. As well as in the Kountze game the Lady Warriors worked their hardest but, in the end, did not pull through with a win. The Lady Warriors will continue district playing away in Hardin Tuesday and Friday playing home against Buna. The results will be in next week of these games.
Band- The Warren band competed in the UIL Region 10 Concert and Sight-Reading Evaluation at Silsbee High School. Warren Warrior band gained a “Superior’ rating in both these categories. In the concert section the band received 2-1-1 and also in the sight-reading section. Students in the band have also competed in the UIL Region Solo and Ensemble contest with many earning superior and excellent ratings. The Warren High School band is directed by Russell Hopkins and Taylor Moore.
Powerlifting- Kyler Loftin and Jeremiah Juarez competed in the Region 4 Division 3 Powerlifting Championship. They both qualified for regionals. Kyler Loftin placed first and will be advancing to state. Jeremiah Juarez placed 8th in his division.