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WCHS soccer gets fourth straight win
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A good offense can be a team’s best defense and the Warren County High School girls soccer team seems to have adopted that philosophy. The Lady Pioneers used ball control and a high-powered offense to blow out the Ooltewah Lady Owls 8-0 Tuesday night to improve to 4-0.Warren County keeper Lyndi Dodd, an All-District 6-AAA selection, earned her first shutout of the season with the victory, but even she admitted her workload was light.The Lady Pioneers did all the scoring, even when coach Todd Willmore tried to back down the offense and tried to control the clock to end the game.“We were already up big late, so I told the team to focus on possession and passing,” said Willmore. “We’d control the ball and girls would end up popping open with one-on-one situations with the keeper and they took advantage of those opportunities.”Morgan McCormick recorded the first hat trick by a Lady Pioneer this season as the junior scored twice in the first half off assists from Ansley Mullican as Warren County built a 3-0 lead at halftime.

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