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Pioneers searching for scoring
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The defense needs to tackle better, special teams have to protect the football, but ultimately for Warren County High School to succeed, the team is going to have to score points.The lack of offense in the first two games is a point of emphasis for coach Tommy Johnson during this week’s practices.“We’ve got to score points,” said Johnson. “We’re not clicking on offense right now so we’re going to try some new things to try to get it going.”Warren County has scored only seven points in its first two games, with the lone touchdown coming on a three-play drive against DeKalb County following a turnover.The Pioneers are averaging 166 yards of offense through two games and the running game makes up the majority of the total. Sophomore running back Cameron Lusk has amassed 147 yards on the ground and scored Warren County’s touchdown against the Tigers on opening night.Sophomore quarterback Hunter Mullican was thrust into action in the first quarter against DeKalb County following an injury to senior Connor Dixon and it looks like Mullican will hold the position for the time being.