Due to the threat of inclimate weather, the 5A State Championship game has been moved to Sunday at 2 p.m. All the same parking prices and ticket prices still apply, along with all security measures. Tickets are on sale at the Warrior Store through 3:30 p.m. today or at the gate.
The Warrior Pom Team won the 5A state championship dance competition November 10 at Lake Hamilton, taking top honors in each of the four dance categories.
The Warriors are in playoff action Friday, Nov. 5 against old rival Greenbrier Panthers. The game will be at Warrior Field at 7 p.m. Since this is a playoff game, school identification will not be accepted as passes into the game. Tickets are $6 and may be purchased at the Warrior Store.
Warrior basketball starts up again Friday, Nov. 2 with the annual Blue/White games in Warrior Gym. First tip-off will be at 5 p.m. for the 7th grade girls, followed by the 7th grade boys, 8th grade girls and boys and 9th grade girls and boys. The Varsity Girls are scheduled to take on their dads starting at 7:30 p.m., and the Varsity Boys will scrimmage at 8 p.m. Games will consist of two 15-minute quarters, and teams will play back-to-back. Admission is free.
Senior athletes will be recognized at Friday night's football game.
The Warriors are in conference play again this Friday, Oct. at 7 p.m. at White Hall.
Alumni Abby Blankenship, class of 2018, recently visited her award winning yearbook photo currently on display at the Caelum Gallery in New York City.
Congratulations to the following Varsity Volleyball Warriors who were recently named to the National Christian School Athletic Association's Regional and All American Teams: Hannah Davis, Jamie Zokovec, and Reagan Leverett.
Congratulations to LRCA's inaugural Warrior Bowling team! They finished 5th in the 5A State tournament with Nick Rush named to All Conference Team.
Congratulations to the Varsity Warrior Wrestling Team on their individual and team success at the 10th Annual Arkansas State Wrestling Championships held on the campus of UALR on Saturday. The event included 500 wrestlers making it the largest Arkansas state tournament in history.