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Pretty jerseys, ugly game
Pioneers implode in fourth quarter
Tristan Reish
Tristan Reish keeps driving through tacklers on his way to a touchdown Friday night. Reish, a senior, rushed for 47 yards and scored twice in Warren Countys 43-21 loss to Tullahoma. - photo by Jeffery Simmons
The colors may have been different, but the Pioneers’ luck still hasn’t changed.Hit by a wave of mistakes, Warren County saw a fourth-quarter lead evaporate as Tullahoma scored 26 points in the final period to beat the Pioneers 43-21 Friday night.Warren County (2-4) trailed 10-0 early on Pinkout Night at Nunley Stadium, but built a 21-10 lead midway through the third quarter. The Pioneers were still clinging to a 21-17 advantage when the fourth quarter started, but Cole Potter put the Wildcats on his back while leading Tullahoma to a comeback.Potter accounted for three of his team’s four touchdowns in the fourth quarter as the Wildcats scored 33 unanswered points to stun the Pioneers.The game swung in the fourth quarter when Warren County was pinned on its own 1 following a punt. Leading 21-17 and needing to get out of the shadow of their own goal posts, the Pioneers went to a power package with senior Tristan Reish at quarterback.