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Soccer team's run comes to end
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All good things must come to an end. The Warren County High School soccer team found that out Saturday at Siegel High School.The remarkable season by the Lady Pioneers came to an end in substate as the Siegel Lady Stars won 3-0 to advance to the state tournament.Warren County (15-8-1) came into the season with the ultimate goal of advancing to the state tournament and, with a team loaded with talented upperclassmen, the Lady Pioneers made a strong push.Winning the District 6-AAA tournament and beating the Ooltewah Lady Owls in the regional tournament left the Lady Pioneers one win away from the lofty goal. The powerhouse program from Murfreesboro ended the Warren County season with a suffocating defensive performance though.Siegel didn’t allow a shot on goal by Warren County in the substate matchup, something no opponent did during the regular season as the Lady Pioneers averaged four goals a game.Coach Todd Willmore gave plenty of credit to the Lady Stars, who will be continuing their season in the state tournament tonight.“Siegel was a technically strong team from top to bottom,” said Willmore.