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WCHS to face hot Blaze
Warren County High School senior QB Isaiah Grayson leads his team to battle in its last regular-season game in Murfreesboro Friday. The Pioneers will have to muster more points on offense to compete with Blackmans Blaze.
If the Warren County football team is going to have a chance against Blackman Friday night in Murfreesboro, the Pioneer offense will need to find a way to increase its 12 points per game average while holding Blackman’s scoring down from its 30-point average.This is a tough task for the battle-weary Pioneers (2-7, 1-5) who have been struggling to get the running game repaired ever since game three. The running duties have been spread out with some success since losing RB Raleigh Woods.Blackman averages over 300 yards a game and passes for almost 100. Without a solid running option, the Pioneer passing game has been hurried before QB Isaiah Grayson has to make a decision.