by Doug Glosson
Chris Babin, new Athletic Director and head football coach at Warren, is stressing the importance of all athlete's attending the Warren summer strength, speed and agility program this summer. The program is for all girl and boy athletes that want to make a difference in their respective sport. Whether it's football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, softball, tennis, track or golf, the program is designed to help the participant gain strength, speed and agility. Coach Babin is stressing the change in attitude from "let's just go out and compete, to let's go out and make the playoffs." He wants all boys and girls sports to succeed in Warren and will do whatever it takes to give the student athletes every opportunity to push themselves and be the best that they can be. Coach Babin, along with other coaches on staff, will be at Warren High School every Monday through Thursday throughout the summer from 6 to 8 p.m. Every student athlete is highly encouraged to attend and make 2014-2015 school year the best it has ever been for Warren athletics.
TASO Baseball Game in Beaumont
Congratulations to seniors Justin Stewart,second base, and Brandon Choate, left field, along with underclassman Kelby Weyler, pitcher/shortstop, Cody Carden, first base, and Tate Gore, catcher, for their participation in the TASO All-Star game in Beaumont on June 9 and 10. All players were invited to participate in the All-Star game due to being picked by the district coaches for outstanding play during the regular season and obtaining district honors. All players played very well and represented Warren in a way that makes everyone in the community proud to be a Warrior.
All-Star Football Game in Beaumont
Congratulations to senior Gayland Steubing for his outstanding participation as an offensive lineman in the Southeast Texas All-Star Football game in Beaumont on Saturday June 14. All of Warren is proud of him.