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Shelbyville's coach throws in the towel
Lady Pioneers win shortened match
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Every outing for the Warren County High School girls soccer team debunks the myth soccer is a boring, non-contact sport.Tuesday’s match with Shelbyville featured two high-octane offenses, red cards, near fights, fan ejections, a freshman finishing with a hat trick and the Lady Pioneers taking home a 5-4 win. Warren County improved to 11-2 and was able to claim victory despite the game stopping with just over 10 minutes left to play.Shelbyville coach Neal Gordon asked referees to stop the game late after play had been marred by several fouls and fan incidents in the second half. Warren County coach Todd Willmore seemed to agree that the game was getting very physical, though he acknowledged the win should stand because the game was played past halftime.