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Lady Pioneers drop close one
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The matchup between the top two softball teams in the Central Tennessee Conference lived up to the billing Tuesday.Warren County and Coffee County needed extra innings to decide a victor, but the Lady Pioneers were left reeling after a 3-2 loss to the Lady Raiders.Warren County (6-3) suffered its second loss in CTC play as Coffee County salvaged a split in the series by scoring a run in the bottom of the sixth for the victory.The Lady Pioneers held a 2-0 lead after the top of the third, but the Lady Raiders scored one run off Erin Hollis in the third and added a run in the fourth before Lindsey Cox came in to pitch the final two innings. Coffee County scored in the sixth to earn the victory.Warren County got the scoring started in the third when Livia Walker slapped a deep shot into center field and never stopped running. Walker scored as her inside-the-park home run gave the Lady Pioneers a 1-0 lead.Emily Webb and Lorren Cannon followed with back-to-back singles to put two aboard with no outs.