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WC Warrior

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About WC Warrior

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  • High School
    Warren Central
  • Location
    Indianapolis
  • Gender
    Female
  1. Nobody wants to play the Warriors it seems like. Is Warren Central not looking hard enough?
  2. School Fight Songs

    Warren Central's fight song is based on the University of Cincinnati's fight song. Rah, Rah for Warren, Warren will win. Fight to the finish, never give in, You do your best team, we'll do the rest, So fight on victory! Rah, Rah for Warren, Warren will win. Fight to the finish, never give in, You do your best team, we'll do the rest, So fight on to victory! Rah Rah 3x Go Warriors Go!
  3. I checked out the football schedule for Warren Central and I didn't see any opponent for Week 9 on October 12th. Who are the Warriors going to play? Can all of you help me on that? Thanks and Go Warriors!!!
  4. 6A Football

    Warren Central is the clear favorite this coming season. The Warriors return some key players on both sides of the ball.
  5. Best Chances for 2018 Title

    I like Warren Central's chances here. The Warriors return much of their team next year. Ben Davis loses 55 seniors from its state championship team.
  6. MIC 2018

    Oh I see. Warren Central's talent pool is pretty thin in contrast to the 2000s when the Warriors were at the peak of greatness.
  7. MIC 2018

    You mean Warren Central will have to play second fiddle to Lawrence Central in the near future?
  8. MIC 2018

    All of the others have started talking about next season already. I like to think ahead.
  9. Another great football season is in the books. I'm back and I offer you my MIC 2018 topic. What lies ahead next year. I want to hear your thoughts on who might win the conference and state championship. I can't wait to see what Warren Central brings to the table. As always, good luck and Go Warriors!!!
  10. Class 6A-2018

    Watch out Indiana!!!! The Warriors are coming!!!! We are Warren Central!!! Fear the Warriors!!!
  11. That was funny. There's no way the Warriors would've come running.
  12. Class 6A-2018

    Of course I am. I went to Warren Central. Home of the Warriors baby!!!!
  13. Now that Class 6A has officially wrapped up, its never too early to begin talking and looking ahead to the 2018 football season. Who will win state next year? I personally think that Warren Central might be the champion of 6A. Let's hear it. Good luck to the 6A teams next August. Go Warriors!!!!
  14. I feel you. Its been two weeks since my Warren Central Warriors lost by seven points to the Giants. Good luck Ben Davis. Beat Penn!!!
  15. I remember that. Coach West led the Bears to their first ever state championship in school history. Then he led the Warriors to their eighth state championship, beating Carmel 7-6.