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Warren County uses bye week to recover
The lights remained off at Nunley Stadium Friday night and the buses stayed parked. Members of the Warren County High School football team had to find different ways to spend their night as the bye week kept the Pioneers at home.The bye came at a welcome time for Warren County as the team has lost seven straight games and needed a break to rest up many injured players.Coach Tommy Johnson practiced his team hard for three days last week, but the past three days have been a resting period for the Pioneers. Coach Johnson thought the down time was necessary as his team nursed bumps and bruises all season and needs to be healthy for the final three weeks.The Pioneers second-year head man thinks the final three games could be a stepping stone for success next season.“We’re going to keep working hard and try to end this season on a high note,” said coach Johnson.

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