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Shelbyville walks away with win
Pioneers handed first loss
Adrian Lusk
Adrian Lusk is able to corral a pass between two Shelbyville defenders in the second half of Friday's contest. Lusk, a senior, set career highs in catches and yardage by hauling in 11 passes for 118 yards in a 38-28 loss to the Golden Eagles. Lusk's 11 catches are tied for the most receptions in a game in the last five seasons. - photo by Jeffery Simmons
Shelbyville continues to be a stumbling block for the Pioneers.Despite being tied 14-14 at halftime with the Golden Eagles and getting three rushing touchdowns from senior Bryson Lewis, Warren County fell for the sixth straight time to Shelbyville Friday night at Nunley Stadium. The Golden Eagles got three passing touchdowns from Mason Cunningham and two rushing scores by Michael Eddings to defeat the Pioneers 38-28 in the home opener for the local boys in blue.Warren County (1-1) was riding a wave of momentum following its season-opening 34-30 victory over DeKalb County, but the Pioneers were dealt a blow when Shelbyville scored 17 unanswered points in the third quarter Friday night to prevail. The third-quarter domination, when the Golden Eagles turned a tie game at the break into a 31-14 lead, was too much for Warren County to overcome.