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End of an era

The nets will still be up at Charlie Dalton Gym this fall. The sounds of volleyballs bouncing will fill the air. Everything will look and sound the same, but without the coach that helped mold the program, everything will be different.
Franklin Fisher formally retired from the position of Warren County High School volleyball coach this month, ending an 18-year stint that saw the Lady Pioneers establish themselves as one of the premier programs in the state.
Over the course of his career, coach Fisher presided over 343 Lady Pioneer victories, most coming in the last decade as the Lady ...

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