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Rivals collide

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Panter takes reins of Lady Pioneers

Panter takes reins of Lady Pioneers

Shea Panter is a well-known coach in the Warren County area, especially around Warren County Middle School. Over this past summer, she has made the transition from WCMS to head coach of the Warren County Lady Pioneers. With a new staff in place, Panter has set her sights on what it takes to win at the high school level.

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Hoping to end on a high note

Hoping to end on a high note

Sending out 21 seniors with a victory is the goal Friday night at Nunley Stadium. Looking at the stats though, the Warren County High School football team would have better odds of accomplishing its goal if the game was played elsewhere.

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Smith leads Predators past Oilers, 4-1

Smith leads Predators past Oilers, 4-1

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — The Nashville Predators rebounded from their first regulation loss of the season — at the Edmonton Oilers' expense.

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Youth soccer wraps up successful season

Youth soccer wraps up successful season

There were shootouts and down-to-the-wire finishes Saturday at Pistole Park as the youth soccer season came to thrilling conclusion.

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Glenn looks to build a foundation

Glenn looks to build a foundation

Developing a successful basketball program takes years of hard work and starts at the bottom level. The freshman boys basketball team took its first step toward becoming the future of the Pioneer program Monday.

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Speaking with Sullens

Speaking with Sullens

Time is drawing close for former player turned coach Chris Sullens to make his WCHS coaching debut. Sullens is no stranger to the Warren County sports program. He grew up playing right here in McMinnville as a Pioneer. He has also coached extensively in the area recently for the Boyd Broncos, as well as Eastside Elementary and Warren County Middle School.

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Blowing by Boyd

Blowing by Boyd

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Brock, Palmer run well in MTAC championship

A passion for running led Philip Brock and Anthony Palmer to seek out ways to compete in cross country this fall. Both found opportunities at MTAC schools and quickly proved to be among the best in the conference.

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Warren County preps for finale

Warren County preps for finale

A playoff berth won't be at stake Friday night. A winning record went out the window a long time ago.

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Willmore speaks on reclassificiation

The first shoe fell Thursday when the TSSAA officially announced the 32 schools which will make up the 6A football class next year. Now, Warren County High School administration members are waiting for the other shoe to drop.

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Whiles named new WCMS softball coach

Developing local softball players has been entrusted to Rodney Whiles.

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Youth soccer season coming to an end

Youth soccer season coming to an end

The youth soccer season has reached its last kick.

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Warren County remains in 6A class

Warren County remains in 6A class

The TSSAA has set its football classes. Warren County will remain in the new “Super 32” 6A class starting in the 2015-16 school year.

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District 6-AAA coaches hold annual meeting

District 6-AAA coaches hold annual meeting

District 6-AAA coaches were all smiles while welcoming Chris Sullens and Shea Panter to the fold Monday at media day. Time will tell if the new Warren County High School coaches will get the same treatment from their peers when games start next month.

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Lusk sets WCHS receiving record

Lusk sets WCHS receiving record

Late in the second half of Friday’s 46-3 blowout loss to Rhea County, Pioneer wide receiver Adrian Lusk snagged a screen pass and worked up field for a three-yard gain. It seemed like several other passes the senior had snared this season, but this would end up being a record breaker.

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District realignment imminent

Panic spread around town in August when the TSSAA voted to reclassify its football classes for next fall. The plan called for the top 32 schools based on enrollment to play in a “Super 6” class, where most of the state’s football powerhouses would meet each year.

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Pioneers fall to Eagles

Pioneers fall to Eagles

Pioneer faithful making the trip to Evensville Friday night were treated to beautiful scenery on the drive. It was probably the only pretty sight all night.

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