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Pioneers prepare for high-scoring affair
WCHS welcomes Coffee County Thursday night
Defensive coordinator Chris Madewell speaks with senior Jarrett Winfree during Mondays practice. The Pioneers are hoping to shore up their defense Thursday when the Red Raiders come to Nunley Stadium. - photo by Jeffery Simmons
Expect another race to 30 points Thursday night at Nunley Stadium. It may even take 40 to win.The Warren County High School football team will be looking to snap a two-game losing streak when it welcomes Coffee County to town on a rare Thursday night game – one which will start at 7 p.m. and should be a high-scoring affair.Coming off a 47-0 loss in its District 6-AAA opener at Cookeville, the best thing to cure the Warren County offense could be a matchup with the Red Raiders. Coffee County is allowing 48 points per game in its first three contests – all losses – and has allowed opponents to reach 50 or more points twice, including last week’s 50-42 loss to Columbia.Warren County, which scored 62 points in its first two games before being shut out last week, is hoping to get its ground game back on track Thursday.