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Three-peat a possibility for WCHS tennis
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The Warren County High School boys tennis team is in uncharted waters when it comes to local athletics recently.The Pioneers are again favorites to win District 6-AAA, a feat the team has accomplished the past two years. The boys tennis team is the only group to capture a District 6-AAA title since Warren County moved into the new district three years ago and the Pioneers want to make it three straight titles against its foes from Coffee County, Cumberland County, Cookeville and White County.Coach David Dunlap is confident his team can take home the “three-peat.” With a number of returning players, including senior standouts Seth Grissom, Thomas Locke and Mitchell Fuqua, the Pioneers are poised to make another run to the regional tournament.Before the Pioneers start focusing on another regional berth though, coach Dunlap wants a third straight District 6-AAA championship.“We got a lot of good guys returning who have helped us win the last two,” said Dunlap.