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The sound of horns blowing and sirens sounding usually means something has gone wrong on the roads, but tomorrow it will mean the Warren County High School football team is near.Team buses carrying the football team will make a trip through downtown tomorrow with a police escort as fans are asked to show their support for the Pioneers.Cars passing the convoy can show their Pioneer pride with a honk, while fans are encouraged to line the streets with signs and shakers as Warren County makes it home debut against the Cumberland County Jets tomorrow.At 5:15 p.m. the football team will leave the Warren County High School parking lot led by a police escort. The route will move down Chancery Street, where fans can greet the buses from the sidewalks, and across downtown to Caldwell Street.The idea behind the escort is to give the community a chance to show its support of the football team, which will be hoping to end a 15-game losing streak.The convoy is planned for every home football game this season, with the next being Friday, Sept. 21 when the Pioneers play Moore County on Homecoming. Other Friday home games are Sept. 28, Oct. 19 and Oct. 26.Motorists are asked to obey all traffic laws if coming into contact with the convoy.