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Everlasting Joy: Pioneers looking good
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Warren County sports fans craving a winner aren’t going to have to look any further than the WCHS boys basketball team this year.A program that was already merging onto the highway of success appears to making its way into the fast lane thanks to a roster full of talented returning players and two new seniors who have just joined the team from other counties.“We have a good group that’s ready to get Warren County basketball back where it needs to be and a couple nice additions that are going to help us get there sooner than we expected,” said WCHS coach Chris Sullens. “People are going to be surprised at the talent we have on the floor.”Joining the team Monday was 6-foot-5, 240-pound post Trevor Gains, an all-district, all-region performer last year for Cheatham County. Together with 6-foot-6 Krojhn Calbert, 6-foot-5 Hunter Hawkins, and bulldog Joelah Solomon, the Pioneers have a hulk-like frontcourt.Also new to the team is point guard Lorenzo Wilson, a transfer from Oakland who has been spending his time up until now on the football field.