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Lady Pioneers rally to beat Irish
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The Alabama Crimson Tide could take some advice from the Warren County High School girls basketball team. The Lady Pioneers proved Saturday they can beat the Fighting Irish.Warren County finished the Sun Drop Romp Christmas tournament on a three-game winning streak when the Lady Pioneers rallied to defeat Notre Dame 40-35 at Morrison Elementary gym.Warren County got to the double-digit win mark Saturday, winning its 10th game in comeback style.The Lady Pioneers trailed by five when the fourth quarter started, but sophomore Brittany Myers, junior Camerie Martin and senior Rachel Nokes brought Warren County back.Myers sank a 3-pointer to start the final period, cutting the Notre Dame lead to 29-27. Nokes scored on a perfectly executed inbounds play on the Lady Pioneers' next possession, knotting the game at 29.Notre Dame kept Warren County at bay by scoring five points quickly, but Martin sank a huge shot to swing the momentum to Warren County for good.With the Lady Pioneers trailing 35-32, Martin lined up a 3-pointer from the left wing that touched nothing but net.