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Lady Pioneers, Owls fit to be tied
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Natalie Reed gets ready to play a ball in a previous game. Reed and the Lady Pioneers tied with the Ooltewah Lady Owls on Thursday night, 0-0.
The WCHS Lady Pioneer soccer team was back on the road Thursday night as it traveled to Ooltewah to take on the Lady Owls, who came into the game 5-0-1.The Lady Pioneers were looking to start a new winning streak, after suffering a loss against Coffee County at home Tuesday night, 4-0.The Lady Pioneers ultimately tied Ooltewah 0-0 after the final whistle was blown to muster a little momentum heading into the first district matchup against White County this Tuesday night.Lady Pioneer head coach Todd Willmore had this to say about the team’s play against a powerful Ooltewah team.“We were a little sluggish during the first half, but had several opportunities to score from corner kicks. Unfortunately, we were unable to convert. We also had a shot hit the post and rebound away.