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District showdown moved to Saturday
Sullens
James Clark photo Chris Sullens speaks to Tyree Ladet and Isaiah Grayson during Monday's win over Rhea County. The Pioneers will travel to face Cookeville Saturday for a showdown between the two top teams in District 6-AAA.

Fans have to wait an extra day to see the matchup between the top two boys teams in District 6-AAA.

Friday's games at Cookeville were moved to Saturday, when Warren County will make the trip up Highway 70.
Saturday's schedule will be packed with action. Beginning at 3:30 p.m., the junior varsity Lady Pioneers will take the court to take on Cookeville. At the same time, the JV boys will face the Cavaliers in the school's auxiliary gym. At 4:45 p.m., the freshman boys will face the Cookeville freshman boys in the auxiliary gym.

At the main gym, the Lady Pioneers (10-10 overall, 0-2 district) meet Cookeville (11-10, 0-2) at 6 p.m. The Lady Pioneers are hoping to snap a four-game losing streak overall against the Lady Cavaliers, who have won six in a row over Warren County.

Saturday's nightcap features the only two unbeaten teams in boys District 6-AAA competition. Warren County enters at 16-3 overall and 2-0 in district. The Pioneers have already beaten Stone Memorial on the road, followed by downing Rhea County at home 80-67 on Martin Luther King Day.

Cookeville is just as stout, currently possessing an 18-4 record and 2-0 mark in district. The Cavaliers, winners of their last 13 games, topped White County and Rhea County (63-45) already in district action.
Saturday's pivotal boys games is set to start at 7:30 p.m.