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Pioneers plan pink power
Local businesses have partnered with the WCHS Pioneers for a Pink-Out Night to be held Friday, Sept. 26. Money will be raised to offer a scholarship for a senior who has been affected by cancer. Pictured showing off the pink jerseys for the game against Tullahoma are, front row, from left, Debbie Sain, Terrie Kirby, Anne Vance and Cindy Rogers. Second row, Ethan Stuart, Carla Bush and Brock Watson. Third row, Bryson Lewis and Rickie King. Back row, Pioneer coach Scott Smith. - photo by Jeffery Simmons
Several local businesses and the Warren County High School football team have joined together this year in hopes of setting up a scholarship fund to help graduating seniors who have been affected by or are battling cancer.On Friday, Sept. 26, the Pioneers will hit the field to take on the Tullahoma Wildcats in pink jerseys, ones purchased by several local businesses who teamed to raise the $5,000 needed for the new threads. Before kicking off that night, a helicopter is scheduled to land and present the Pioneers with a pink football for the game.At every home game leading up to Sept. 26, including Friday’s home opener against Shelbyville, pink T-shirts will be available for purchase. A tent will be set up near the entrance gate so fans can get a shirt to wear on Pink-Out Night.