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Pioneers tame Lions
Warren County Pioneer soccer player James Jackson moves the ball past midfield Friday. The Pioneers took on Cannon County Monday for a non-conference road win.
The Warren County soccer team was all wet Monday as the Pioneers traveled to Cannon County to take on the Lions.Despite the inclement weather, the Pioneers prevailed, defeating the Lions in a non-conference game by a score of 5-4.After playing a primer against Riverdale on Friday night in similar conditions, the Pioneers were ready to play and made the extra effort to take home a win in the season’s first official, albeit not conference, challenge.Statistically it looks to be a good year for the Pioneer squad, as they have a roster of 36 players with 11 seniors this year and are rated 16 in the state out of 197 which is up 71 points on the latest MaxPreps poll.The Pioneers first scheduled season home game will be Thursday, March 30 when they play host to White County. Games begin at 5 p.m. with varsity at 7 p.m.For the next two matchups, Warren County will be on the road, first in Murfreesboro on Friday, March 17 taking on Riverdale then Tuesday, March 28, facing Cookeville. Games begin at 5 p.m. with varsity at 7 p.m.