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Pioneers destroy Davidson Academy
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Watertown High School has been a home away from home for the Warren County High School boys basketball team the last two holiday seasons.After finishing second in the Watertown Classic last December, the Pioneers opened up play this year by destroying Davidson Academy 55-32 in the opening round Tuesday.Warren County (8-5) led wire-to-wire to advance to the semifinals, which will be played today at 5:30 p.m. Though the Nashville-based school provided little resistance for the Pioneers, the game wasn’t a complete success.Senior guard Jacob Reagan hurt his ankle in the closing minutes. Reagan, who was an all-tournament performer in the Sun Drop Romp and the team’s second leading scorer, missed most of the team’s preseason with an ankle injury. This injury wasn’t on the same leg and Reagan’s status is questionable for today’s game.Warren County took a quick lead and never relinquished it.