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WCHS dominates
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Savannah Cox, seen in a previous game, ended Thursday's match in White County early with a second-half goal, giving her team a 9-0 mercy-rule win over the Warriorettes.

There was no letdown from the Lady Pioneers following their big victory.

The Warren County High School soccer team carried over its wave of momentum following a 3-0 win over Cookeville to Sparta Thursday, crushing the White County Warriorettes 9-0.

Katie Toney finished with three goals and Bekah Jackson added two goals and two assists as the Lady Pioneers improved to 8-2-2 overall and 3-0 in district matches.

“We have some things we need to clean up, but overall it was a good match,” said coach Todd Willmore.

Warren County built an 8-0 lead in the first half, then ended the match by mercy rule in the second half after Savannah Cox made it a nine-goal lead.

Toney had an effortless hat trick - her second this season -  scoring with ease against White County 

The sophomore, who has now scored 18 goals this season and 37 in her career, scored off a rebound, beat two defenders for her second score and was assisted by Jackson as well.

Jackson did plenty of damage on her own. The freshman was able to tally two goals in the first half as well, giving her eight for the season. Jackson has now scored in all three of the team’s district matches while also dishing out a team-high six assists this season. 

Jaden Smartt, Kade Wilcher and Sam Ramsey also had goals in the first half, helping the Lady Pioneers to their largest margin of victory this season.

Warren County will hit the road this week for a pair of tough matchups. The Lady Pioneers are set to play Coffee County Monday at 7 p.m. before a district duel with Soddy Daisy Thursday at 6 p.m.