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Time on Rocky Top
Seven Pioneers attend UT camp
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Lots of local kids grow up dreaming about scoring touchdowns in Neyland Stadium. Seven Warren County High School Pioneers got their chance to stand in the orange and white endzone last month during a football camp at the University of Tennessee.Ethan Mikkola, Blake Dugan, Hunter Hawkins, Bryson Cope, Hunter Coppinger, Evan Reynolds and Jordan Bonner made the trip to Knoxville June 10-12 for a high school camp held by the University of Tennessee camp held by the new coaching staff, including first-year head coach Butch Jones.The seven Pioneers stayed three days on campus with hundred of other high school players from across the Southeast. Cope, an upcoming sophomore for the Pioneers, was camping for his second straight year in Knoxville and would love to wear the Big Orange in a few years.“This is my second year attending and I will keep attending the next two years,” said Cope.