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Lady Pioneers drop second straight
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Jacob Dodd photo Despite 14 points from Megan Patch, the Lady Pioneers fell in Shelbyville Monday night 48-37. Warren County is now 6-4 this season.
Just a week after riding high on a five-game winning streak, the Lady Pioneers are in need of a readjustment.The Lady Pioneers fell for the second time in four days Monday, dropping a 48-37 contest in Shelbyville. “We have lost our rhythm a bit,” said coach Shea Panter. “We’re going to get back in practice and focus on mental and physical toughness along with some tweaks on offense.”

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