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Panter paints picture of Lady Pioneer season
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The Lady Pioneers started the 2014-2015 basketball season 7-0 and after their first loss to Cannon County went on a three-game skid. The season had its ups and downs and the Lady Pioneers finished with an overall record of 17-18 and a district record of 3-7. Several games came right down to the wire and several leads were lost after getting out in front of their opponents early.The Lady Pioneers ended their 2014-2015 basketball season against Bradley Central in the regional tournament and the Southern Standard had a chance to talk with first-year head coach Shea Panter to get her thoughts on this season and also get her outlook on next season.SS – What do you feel like was a high and a low point for Warren County Lady Pioneer basketball this year?SP – When we started with a 7-0 run to start the season, it gave them a lot of confidence.