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Home opener tonight
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The WCHS football team, coming off a 27-7 loss to the DeKalb County Tigers on the road last Friday night, will look to rebound as they face the Lebanon Blue Devils, a team the Pioneers lost to 28-13 on the road last year.
It will be the Pioneers first home game of the season tonight at Nunley Stadium.
The Pioneers only had 35 yard passing against the Tigers last Friday night, but had over 300 yards rushing. Warren County suffered several penalties on offense that called back huge plays, including a 64-yard TD.
The Pioneers need to find a balance on offense, according to Pioneers head coach Tom Moore.
“On offense, we need to have balance between the running and passing game. In the DeKalb game while we did a decent job coming off the ball, we did not stay on blocks well. We are hoping to correct this on Friday versus Lebanon. DeKalb did a good job of containing Grayson.”
Talking about the Pioneer defense Moore said, “Defensively, I thought we played with some grit against a very good DeKalb offense. Lebanon’s quarterback is very quick and they run their offense through him. We need to shut down all parts of their triple option game and still be able to contain long passes.”
The Blue Devils come in for their first game of the season and will bring an interesting offensive scheme as they run the wing-T/ veer offense.
Some players to watch for the Pioneers, include safety Noah Campbell, wide receiver McCall Turner, quarterback Isaiah Grayson, running back Raleigh Woods and linebackers, Brandon Valazquez, Logan Dyer and Trayton Rackley.
Some players to watch for the Blue Devils, include running back Tyrique Cooper and linebacker Preston Parks.
The Pioneers and Blue Devils will kick off tonight’s game at 7 p.m.