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Homecoming is a night of celebration for past Pioneers making the trip back to McMinnville, but the current Warren County High School football team is hoping it has something to cheer about after tonight’s game against Moore County.Warren County (1-4) will play host to the Raiders, who lead District 9-A with a 5-0 record, at 7 p.m. tonight at Nunley Stadium.On paper, the game looks like a mismatch that doesn’t favor the Pioneers. Warren County has lost its last two games, and four of five overall, while the Raiders come to town undefeated.The Pioneers have struggled defensively, allowing 39.8 points per game, while the Raiders average 40.6 points per game with an offense led by all-everything quarterback J.P. Evans. Even the Warren County offense, which has shown signs of improvement this season, only averages 14 points per game.

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