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Pioneers win second straight
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The Warren County High School soccer team had something special to celebrate Monday. Along with honoring the team’s seven seniors, the Pioneers put together their first winning streak of the season.Warren County defeated Sequatchie County 4-0 at home, winning back-to-back games for the first time this season.The Pioneers had previously picked up their first win this year against DeKalb County last Thursday, but winning at home for the team’s seven seniors was Monday’s goal. The senior class played a big part in making it happen.Seniors Jacob Griffin and Robert Eschenbacher scored in the first half, while senior Hozzy Macias put the finishing touches on the game with late second-half goal to give Warren County its highest scoring output of the season.Coach Todd Willmore, who has been worked the last four years with the majority of the senior class, was glad to see the group go out with a win.“Most of these guys have been here four years, while some joined as sophomores,” said Willmore.