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WCHS basketball season ends
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Back in October, the District 6-AAA coaches gathered to make their predictions on the upcoming season. When the ballots were revealed, Warren County ranked last in the five-team district.By the end of the year, the Pioneers had reached their third regional tournament in four years and surprised several teams along the way.In coach Malcolm Montgomery’s fourth year at the helm of the Pioneers, Warren County finished the season 13-21 as the final loss came to the Walker Valley Mustangs Saturday in the regional tournament.Coach Montgomery, who said before the season that he wanted to see his team respond after missing the regional tournament last season, believed his squad continued to build on the things he’s been hoping to grow since taking over the program.“We competed this season and continued to grow as a program,” said Montgomery. “We’re making positive steps to where we want to be.”The Pioneers won some big games, like defeating Tullahoma on the road and downing Coffee County in the district tournament.