Having advanced to the regional tournament after a successful season, the WCHS Lady Pioneer soccer team fell to the McMinn County Lady Cherokees on Tuesday, 4-0.
Falling to a first-half deficit of 4-0, Warren County couldn’t capitalize on its own opportunities leading to the loss.
“We had several effort issues in the first half,” said Warren County coach Todd Wilmore. “We also missed on a few scoring opportunities during the first half that would have made a huge difference in the outcome of the match.”
The Lady Pioneers played a huge defensive game in the second half, containing McMinn County to the first half scoring total, but couldn’t find the net themselves.
“We held their best player in check the entire second half and appeared to frustrate her,” Wilmore said. “She is an excellent player who had 30 goals for the season coming into our match. I believe we can use the second half to build on for next year.”
The Lady Pioneers finished the year in second place in the district and had an overall record of 8-9-3.
The McMinn County game finalized the season for the Lady Pioneers.