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JROTC girls bring home first place
The first place Warren County High School JROTC female team includes, front row, from left, Breeanne Caldwell, Keyona Boyd, Alexandria Newby, Brooke Valenta, Samantha Davis, and Elise Crim. Back row, Katie Cleland, Candice Pappas, Stephanie Barker, and Jasmine Gannaway.
The Pioneer Battalion JROTC Raider Team has once again marched to victory at the Ringgold High School JROTC Raider challenge in Northern Georgia.The boys were solid in earning a third-place overall finish against 12 teams, but it was the Lady Pioneers who stole the show. The girls from Warren County High School earned four first-place trophies in one-rope bridge, combat stretcher course, teamwork challenge, and tug of war. WCHS girls also earned second place in the tire flip event and third place in the sled pull/ water can relay.Under the leadership of Brooke Valenta and Alexandria Newby, their efforts contributed to a first-place overall ranking against four female teams.“This is the first event of the year where the girls got to work together as an all-female team,” said JROTC instructor 1st Sgt. Tim Howard.