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Pioneers in good hands with WRs, TEs
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The Warren County High School football team won’t have a shortage of people to catch passes this season.The cupboard is stocked at wide receiver as the Pioneers prepare to spread the wealth on offense under first-year offensive coordinator Pedro Holiday.Coach Holiday, who coached wide receivers the past two seasons, knows he has a group of playmakers on the outside and his hope is to take advantage of those Pioneers as much as possible.“I’m pleased with what I see from the guys and how they’re doing in the offense we’re running,” said Holiday. “Guys are making plays, especially our seniors and juniors. We have lots of depth at receiver and tight end.”Senior Mitchell Ashford and junior Lee Carden lead a group of Pioneer wide receivers who helped Hunter Mullican set passing records last fall.Ashford enters his senior season ranked sixth all time in catches at Warren County with 48 receptions.