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Springing into action
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Punxsutawney Phil may not have seen his shadow on Groundhog Day, but try telling the Warren County High School spring sport coaches that winter weather is on its way out.Monday was the first day spring sports teams at WCHS could hit the field, or courts in the case of the tennis team, but most have had to retreat inside as cold and wet weather has hit Middle Tennessee.The baseball, softball, boys soccer, track and tennis teams got started with practice Monday as all begin their quest for a District 6-AAA title. Bad weather derailing outside work has been a common theme among the teams, as has the search for fresh faces as all the programs lost a number of starters from 2012.Coach Adam Childs begins his second year with the Pioneer baseball team after making a great debut last season. In his first year, coach Childs led the Pioneers to 21 wins and missed making the first trip to the state tournament in 20 years by one game.Warren County lost 10 seniors from last year’s team, including three pitcher who combined to make every postseason start last year.