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Lady Pioneers thump Riverdale, 50-7
WCHS Lady Pioneer Kievan Woods advances towards the goal line in Thursday nights matchup with Riverdale at Nunley Stadium where the team also celebrated senior night.

Where roughhousing is the name of the game, the Lady Pioneer rugby team doesn’t disappoint as the girls proved again on senior night Thursday at Nunley Stadium.
The Lady Pioneers played host to Riverdale, sending them packing, 50-7, leaving players, coaches, family and Warren County fans with a smile.
In the first 30 seconds, Lila Loftis found her way over the goal line for the first try of the night, 5-0. Shortly thereafter, Jerica Haywood and Loftis again scored two more tries, for a 15-0 jump start over Riverdale.
The Lady Pioneers would end the first half with a 22-7 lead and Riverdale would score no more.
“The girls played much better than the last game. Our rucking was better. Lila Loftis kicked several conversions and kicked very well,” said WCHS Lady Pioneer coach George Smartt. “Both starters and reserves played well and the seniors got to leave on a winning note. This is a good start for our five games this weekend at Nash Bash. I was encouraged by our performance.”
There were eight seniors in total who were honored during Thursday’s ceremony including Kiona Smith, Madison Mayfield, Kievan Woods, Makensi Woods, Gracie Judkins, Jerica Haywood, Jordan Bess and Samantha Bell.
The Lady Pioneers get to test their mettle on the road at Nash Bash for their next few games.