By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support local journalism.
Pioneer fans roll the court
Pioneer fans litter the court at Charlie Dalton Gym with toilet paper Tuesday night in recognition of White Out Night, which has become an annual tradition.

With Halloween in the rear-view mirror, Warren County basketball fans decided to roll the court Tuesday night at Charlie Dalton Gym.
After the Pioneers made their first shot of the boys game, fans filled the gym with hundreds of rolls of toilet paper. The act resulted in a technical foul with visiting Cannon County awarded one free throw after a brief delay to clean up the mess.
Warren County has been having White Out Night for about five years.
"A lot of schools do this as a way to kick off the season and a fun way to get people to the game," said WCHS girls basketball coach Shea Panter.
Cheerleaders sold rolls of toilet paper prior to the game as a way of earning some extra money.
In addition to the toilet paper, fans were also treated to a performance from young dribblers from Dibrell during halftime of the girls basketball game.
"The dribble team is something I am starting this year," said Panter. "Most of our feeder schools have a team of K-4 graders and it's as simple as jump starting their fundamental skills of basketball."