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Homecoming excitement
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School spirit was off the charts Friday night at Nunley Stadium as Warren County High School celebrated Homecoming in front of a capacity crowd.The energy from the stands was intense, just like action on the football field as the Pioneers jumped out to a 13-7 halftime lead. However, WCHS wasn’t able to win one for the home crowd as Moore County rallied in the second half.Tension filled the air during halftime festivities for the crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen. Kade Redmon calmly accepted his crown as king, but Tee Smith was overcome by emotion when it was announced she was queen.Following the crowning, it was time to determine which class had constructed the best Homecoming float.The freshmen rallied all the way to second place with their float that featured a Moore County football player in jail, but they couldn’t overtake the seniors who captured first place with their monster truck float.The juniors were third and the sophomores were fourth.