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Raiders ruin Homecoming
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With the Warren County High School football team leading 13-7, the senior class celebrating its victory in the float contest and the Homecoming Queen and King announced, Nunley Stadium was rocking at halftime Friday night.Too bad another half had to be played.The Moore County Raiders stormed back in the second half, scoring 25 unanswered points to defeat the Pioneers 32-13 and move their winning streak to six games.Warren County (1-5) had the undefeated Raiders on the ropes at halftime as the Pioneers scored two touchdowns in the second quarter, but turnovers doomed the home team in the second half as Moore County improved to 6-0.Pioneer fans showed up in full force Friday night to see a Homecoming game which cast Warren County as a big underdog against the No. 5 team in the state from Lynchburg.Scoring was slow to begin the game as neither team put points on the board in the first quarter. Moore County had an opportunity when it drove deep into Pioneer territory, but junior linebacker Christian Taylor halted the Raiders.