The Warren County Middle School soccer team entered the Central Tennessee Conference as the No. 1 seed and advanced to the championship with ease, but in the end the Lady Pioneers couldn’t come away with the championship.Warren County was defeated 4-3 in overtime by Shelbyville Harris Middle School in a game which featured more injuries than there were goals.The Lady Pioneers are accustomed to playing physical games when Shelbyville is the opponent. Saturday’s championship was no different.Warren County had the lead for 50 minutes in the final match, but a late goal by Shelbyville in regulation and a made penalty kick in overtime upset the Lady Pioneers.Coach Matt Walker saw his team have one of the best seasons by a Lady Pioneer team at WCMS. After the finals, he spoke highly of the group of girls who fell one goal short of a championship.“We make no excuses, Shelbyville won the game and are conference champions,” said Walker.
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