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Pioneers trample Trojans
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It was a night of firsts for the Warren County Middle School football team Tuesday night at Nunley Stadium.Raleigh Woods, A.D. Majors and Jacob Rabbideau each scored their first touchdowns as Pioneers, the Warren County defense got its first shutout and coach Adam Wood earned his first career win as Warren County defeated the Franklin South Trojans 34-0.Woods, Majors and Rabbideau each scored in the second half, while Brendan Breedlove rushed for a pair of 1-yard touchdowns in the first half to help the Pioneers break a two-game losing streak in dominating fashion.Majors set the tone from the opening kickoff. Warren County received the kick and Majors raced 55 yards to set up the Pioneers in Franklin South territory.Trayton Rackley started the series with a five-yard completion to Logan Wilson, then the Pioneers went to the ground seven straight times to cover 20 yards and score. Breedlove was the first to find the endzone as he powered his way in with 4:29 remaining in the first quarter.