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Warrior athletes strive for success

by Katie McCluskey

Tuesday, September 17, the varsity, junior varsity, and freshmen Lady Warrior volleyball teams all played Kountze. The freshmen team won their game in three matches. The Lady Warriors won the first match, lost the second, and won the third. The JV team won their game in only two matches. The varsity Lady Warriors played well but lost the game in three matches. Friday, September 20, the varsity and JV Lady Warrior volleyball teams played Newton. The JV team lost their game in three matches. The first match the Lady Warriors won 25-8, but in the second and third matches Newton came back and won. The varsity Lady Warriors had an excellent game and won the game in just three matches. The Lady Warrior's freshmen, JV, and varsity volleyball teams will all play again on Saturday, September 28, at 10 a.m. at home versus Deweyville and on Tuesday, October 1, at home versus Kirbyville. On Monday, September 16, the junior high Lady Warriors played Woodville. The eighth grade A team was able to defeat the Lady Eagles in only two games. The weekend of September 14, the eighth grade A team earned first place in a tournament at Huntington and the seventh grade B team received third place.


Thursday, September 19, the junior high Warrior football teams traveled to Sabine Pass. Both teams fought hard, but lost. Earlier on in the season however, the eighth grade football team beat the Colmesneil Bulldogs 40-6. The eighth grade football team has a record of 1-1 and the seventh grade has a record of 0-2. The junior high football teams will play again on Thursday, September 26. Friday, September 20, the varsity Warriors football game versus Sabine Pass was cancelled due to weather. The JV football team will play Newton at home on Thursday, September 26. The varsity Warriors will travel to Newton on Friday, September 27.

Cross Country

Saturday, September 7, the Warren Warriors cross country team competed at Jasper. The distance of the race was three miles. The cross country head coach is Coach Crystal Woodard. The team consists of Kyler Bradford, Keldron Chatman, Cody Hammonds, Jace Herrington, Tony Lyday, Harrison McNulty, Chance McGallion, Hunter McGallion, and William Pelt. Hammonds received a medal for sixth place with a time of 18.35 minutes. Pelt also received a medal for third place with a time of 17.54 minutes. The team will run again on Saturday, October 5.

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