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Senior Pioneers leave school with records
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Replacing any senior class is hard for a coach, but Warren County High School football coach Tommy Johnson will really have his hands full next year after losing 15 players who played for him four years and set several school records in the process.The senior class went out with a 41-35 loss Friday night to Cumberland County, dropping the group’s record to 7-33 over four years. While the record wasn’t good, the statistics were.Quarterback Hunter Mullican headlined the class by breaking nearly every school passing record. No Pioneer in the program’s 44-year history has passed for more yards, more touchdowns or more frequently than Mullican.Mullican finished his career with the school record for completions (284), attempts (572), yards (3,783) and touchdowns (23).