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Loss ends Lady Pioneer season
Warren County High School Lady Pioneer Anna Bain works on setting up the offense as the Lady Pioneers played Cookeville Thursday night at Warren County High School in district tournament action.
It looked like an epic district battle at the half as the Lady Pioneers were tied 12-12 with No. 3 seeded Cookeville on Thursday night at Warren County High School.Unfortunately, the Lady Cavs gained some momentum in third quarter, leading 21-14 after three as the Lady Pioneers put on the press hoping to light a fire on their offense.Warren County played it a little too heavy-handed as Cookeville scored 18-of-22 from the charity stripe in the fourth quarter, distancing themselves for the 44-28 win and advancing the second round of district tournament play.The loss ends the season for the Lady Pioneers who were 15-17 overall, improving from 10-22 the previous season.“We had a solid game plan and in the first half, we stuck together. As the third quarter unfolded we struggled to score and started to panic on defense,” said Warren County coach Shea Panter.