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WCHS enter district schedule atop standings
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It’s been called creative scheduling and it’s been called a youth movement, but whatever the case, the Warren County High School Lady Pioneers enter District 6-AAA play with the most wins for the second straight season.Warren County finished 2012 with a 12-8 record, winning one more game than the White County Warriorettes (11-4) and two more than the Cookeville Lady Cavaliers (10-7).Pulling out 12 wins was something few would have predicted for the Lady Pioneers, the team selected to finish last in the district at media day before the start of the season.Coach Erick Baird believes his team is ready to start district play tonight against Coffee County at home, but whether the wins keep piling up will be determined by his team’s ability to keep up with veteran teams.“I’ve really liked the way we’ve prepared for district play,” said Baird. “Mentally and physically, I believe we’re ready. The test will be to see how we perform against teams who bring everybody back.