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Pioneer teams have final tune-ups
Cameron Lusk busts through the line during the high schools scrimmage during the first Boys to Men playday. Lusk could be the feature back for the Pioneers on Friday night against DeKalb County. - photo by Jeff Simmons
The Warren County Middle School and High School football teams spent yesterday wrapping up fall workouts with intersquad scrimmages at Nunley Stadium.As part of the first “Boys to Men” playday, coach Greg Cotten led his Pioneer squad out at 10 a.m. to open up the morning, while coach Tommy Johnson brought out the high school team to close out the ceremonies.Coach Cotten, whose team opens up the season Tuesday night against Lancaster Christian at Nunley Stadium, was glad to get one final look at his team and feels they are ready for the season.“I feel like we’re mentally prepared for Tuesday night,” said Cotten. “We’re ready for what it’s going to be like on the field against an opponent. We want to see everybody out at Nunley Stadium for the game.”Coach Cotten and his Pioneers are coming off a season where the team went 6-2 and captured the Central Tennessee Conference crown.