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Best still unbeaten
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It may be Nov. 10 before the Warren County Elementary League boys division has only one unbeaten team left.The Warren County Middle School Pioneers and Irving College Tigers continued their unbeaten streaks on Tuesday night, which could end up setting up a battle of unbeatens Thursday at Irving College School.On Tuesday, the Pioneers cruised past the Centertown Warriors 32-6 while the Tigers battled back from a first-half deficit to defeat the Dibrell Wildcats 43-27.Warren County (6-0) jumped out early on the Warriors and never looked back. Wesley Jennings, Bunker Brock, Tyree Ladet and Gavin Myers each had buckets in the first quarter as the Pioneers took an 8-0 advantage.Jennings helped push the lead up to double digits in the second quarter by scoring eight of his team’s 10 points in the period. Jennings was the beneficiary of the Pioneer press, which caused the Warriors to turn over the ball many times in the backcourt.Clay Eckenrod was able to connect on a free throw late in the second quarter as Centertown went into the locker rooms trailing 18-1.The Pioneers went to their bench for most of the second half, getting four points from Brandon Hennessee and two points apiece from Tyler Prater, Keaton Welch and Isaiah Rutledge.Centertown scored its only field goal of the game in the third quarter when Kadin Cope hit a layup.