Warren Easton Charter Boys Varsity Football

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Upset! Thriller! Warren Easton Stuns Lakeshore 64-55 in 4A Semifinals

In a game that had everything, Warren Easton and Lakeshore left everything on the field at Titan Colisuem on Friday night in the Class 4A semifinals. In the end, it was 20th-seeded Warren Easton (9-4) that did just enough to advance, topping the Titans 64-55 to move on to face Edna Karr for the state

Warren Easton Downs Tioga: Advance to Quarterfinals

  From CrescentCitySports.com Being a lower seed than normal has been no hindrance to always tough Warren Easton. The 20th-seeded Eagles dismissed a second straight higher seed, handling No. 4 Tioga 35-26 Saturday evening at Pan American Stadium to land the final spot in the LHSAA prep football quarterfinals.    (Courtesy of CrescentCitySports.com)  CLICK HERE to read the

2019 District Champions

The Easton family is proud to announce the Fighting Eagles Football Team as the 2019 District 11-4A Champions Congratulations to the coaches, players, athletic trainers and all who worked so diligently for this achievement. WE are Proud of You ! !

Vote Ashaad Clayton Player of the Week

  Senior running back Ashaad Clayton rushed for 191 yards and four touchdowns on eight carries — in the first half. Eagles went on to win 77-0 against Lusher in a blowout contest. He is one of 3 players recognized by Fox 8’s Player of the Week Contest. Voting starts today and runs till Wednesday

Ashaad Clayton Rushes Past McMain

After a slew of injuries, position changes and a difficult start to the season, the Warren Easton Eagles certainly didn’t look like the team that made it to last year’s 4A state championship on Saturday at Tad Gormley Stadium. And as has been customary, they had No. 2 to thank for a large portion of

Dayshawn Holmes Delivers in Easton Win

Warren Easton defeated Landry-Walker 33-18 in a non-district game between to long-time rivals at Behrman Stadium on Friday night. However, coach Jerry Phillips’ expression was not one of satisfaction.  “We’d lost our last two games, so it’s good to get a win,” Phillips said. “But we still have a lot to work on.”  Eagles quarterback

“Reloaded” Easton Topples Helen Cox

So much for rebuilding. Warren Easton, it appears, has reloaded. Class 4A state finalists a year ago, the Eagles showed little if any ill effect from the graduation of quarterback Lance Legendre or Coach Jerry Phillips’ decision not to play highly-regarded running back Ashaad Clayton in the team’s 28-13 exhibition victory . . . (Courtesy