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In a possible preview of the District 6-AAA tournament, the Warren County High School boys golf team had a strong showing in the Golf Capital Classic Monday in Crossville.Playing in a nine-team field, which featured District 6-AAA opponents Cookeville, White County and Cumberland County, the Pioneers placed second with a team score of 321.Warren County finished two strokes behind the Jets, who won the tournament with 319.Coach J.W. Holt has seen his boys team make big strides in the last two weeks. After winning back-to-back events last week, the Pioneers were at their best at Lake Tansi golf course Monday.Tucker Lynn and Houston Wood each turned in rounds of 79, while Nicholas Powell shot 80. Clayton Myers finished out the team score with 83, which left the Pioneers two strokes behind Cumberland County on its home turf.