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Warren County now 2-0 in District 6-AAA
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The winning combination of pitching and small-ball showed again Tuesday night at Patrick Ramsey Field.Micah McColloch pitched a complete game and the Pioneers scratched across enough runs to defeat White County 4-2 and move to 2-0 in District 6-AAA play.Warren County (8-4) has used a simple formula to be successful this season. The Pioneers need a lights-out pitching performance and to capitalize on chances with clutch hits when runners are aboard.Both were evident when the Warriors made the trip to Warren County the night after the Pioneers beat White County on the road 5-1.McColloch turned in an outstanding outing on the mound, going the distance as the Pioneers didn’t have to dip into the bullpen for the second straight night. McColloch matched fellow senior Derek Brumley’s complete game from the night before and needed 105 pitches to get by the Warriors.Helping the senior pitcher’s case was a four-run second inning by the Pioneers.Warren County seized control by taking advantage of miscues by the Warriors.The inning began with Austin Panter, who earned the start at catcher, reaching base on an error.