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WCMS drops season opener
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It only took one game for Warren County Middle School football coach Adam Wood to head back to the drawing board.An anemic offense cost the Pioneers in the season opener Tuesday as the team lost 14-0 to the Sequatchie County Indians.Being shut out at home while gaining only 52 yards on offense wasn’t what coach Wood planned in his coaching debut at Warren County Middle School.Improving the offense will move to the forefront of Wood’s plans before the team starts Central Tennessee Conference play next week when Franklin North visits Nunley Stadium.Having the ball would be a good place to start. Warren County ran only 24 plays Tuesday as the Indians controlled the clock from the outset.Warren County won the toss and deferred, giving Sequatchie County the ball to start the game.The Indians opened the game with a seven-play, 65-yard scoring drive. Kyle Cates capped the drive with a 25-yard touchdown run.