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WCHS comes up 4 points shy
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A furious rally in the fog by the Warren County High School football team wasn’t enough to give the Pioneers their first win of the season.Warren County scored 21 straight points in the third quarter as fog took over at Moore County High School field, but the Raiders came back with 12 points of their own and recovered an onside kick with a minute to go to win 31-27.Warren County trailed 19-0 going into halftime, but big plays to begin the second half put the Pioneers in the lead going into the fourth quarter.It took only two plays in the third quarter for the Pioneers to get the goose egg from the first half off the scoreboard. Sophomore Hunter Mullican hit Austin Fisk on a slant route over the middle, but the junior wasn’t going to be brought down.Fisk took a hit near midfield by the safety, but spun off the tackler and continued upfield. By the time Fisk outran the entire Raider secondary, the Pioneers had an 80-yard touchdown play to get back in the game.Warren County would take advantage of the first Raider mistake to set up its next touchdown.