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Lady Pioneers maul Monterey

Playing two games in the span of four hours on opening day was a concern for Warren County High School girls basketball coach Erick Baird. By the time the second half started in the second game against Monterey, those concerns seemed legitimate.
The Lady Pioneers lost a big lead against the visiting Lady Wildcats, but senior Megan Dishman sparked a rally as Warren County finished the game on a 27-5 run to win 49-29.
The Lady Pioneers, who began Thursday with a 57-20 victory over South Pittsburg in the Think Pink Hall of Fame games, looked poised to runaway from ...


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