There was a Pioneer touchdown called back due to penalty.
There were two second-half fumbles.
And don't forget a 56-yard bomb DeKalb County completed on its first offensive play of the game.
Things didn't go as Warren County High School had hoped Friday night in Smithville as the Pioneers dropped their opening game to DeKalb County, 27-7.
The bright spot for WCHS was clearly the running game as the Pioneers plowed their way to 305 yards on the ground behind powerful RB Raleigh Woods. But that wasn't enough to offset just 35 yards passing and four total turnovers.
For complete coverage, please see Page B1, Sports, of the Sunday 8-21-2016 Southern Standard.