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Lady Pioneers win big
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Somebody was going to pay after the Warren County High School soccer team lost three straight games over the weekend and that somebody was the White County Warriorettes.After going winless in the Ladies Championship tournament in Hendersonville, the Lady Pioneers bounced back by destroying White County 9-0 Thursday at home.Warren County showed no ill effects from a rough weekend, which saw several players skip the tournament and leave the Lady Pioneers shorthanded in Hendersonville against some of the best teams in the state.Instead of having hard feelings, the Lady Pioneers showed team unity by way of “pigtail pride.” Each Warren County player wore their hair in pigtails, which may be a new trend if the Lady Pioneers play each game the rest of the year the way they did against White County.Warren County had four players score multiple goals, led by three scores by junior Ansley Mullican. Morgan McCormick, Madison Smartt and Lindsey Cox each scored twice as the Lady Pioneers dominated their District 6-AAA foe.White County actually had the chance to take an early lead when a call went against Warren County two minutes after kickoff.Lady Pioneer keeper Lyndi Dodd was called for a foul when she picked up the ball in the box after it bounced off a teammate.