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Celebrating successful softball season
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Even a rainy night couldn’t put a damper on the Warren County High School softball team celebrating another successful season.The Lady Pioneers met for one last time in the newly built softball complex to honor an 18-win year which saw Warren County finish second in the District 6-AAA regular season and come one win away from tying the school record for wins.The waterworks weren’t just outside though.Fighting back tears, coach David Upton presented eight seniors with framed jerseys as the group leaves as one of the most successful classes in Lady Pioneer history.It was the first year seniors had received framed jerseys, but the group has done plenty to deserve the honor.Several started as freshmen, then went on the best three-year run in school history. The Lady Pioneers reached regionals for the first time in the program history in 2010, then set a school record for wins in 2011. This year was supposed to be when Warren County put it all together, but the success wasn’t quite what many expected.