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The number two team in the state, the Oakland Patriots, had no trouble in shutting out the Warren County Pioneers 59-0 Friday night in Region action at Murfreesboro.
With the loss, the Pioneers are now 1-5 and will travel to Dunlap next week to face Sequatchie County.
Drugged driving has overtaken drunken and distracted driving as a factor in Tennessee traffic fatalities.
Citing an analysis of Tennessee Highway Patrol data, The Tennessean reports the number of deaths from crashes with drug-impaired drivers leapt by 89 percent from 2010 to 2015.
Last year, 174 people died in crashes in which a driver either tested positive for drugs or an officer determined drugs contributed to the crash. For alcohol, the tally reached 136 deaths, while distracted driving was associated with 51 killed.
Experts have attributed the increase to a rising prevalence of prescription drug abuse. Officers are also now better trained to detect drug-impaired drivers.
Traffic fatalities in general are on the rise in Tennessee this year, but it is too early to tell how many are drug-related.
After four straight home games, the Warren County Pioneers take to the road Friday night as they face the Oakland Patriots at Oakland High School in Murfreesboro.
Kickoff is at 7pm. The game will be broadcast live on 1230 and WCS-TV Channel 180.
Organizers are making final preparations for the 2016 Autumn Street Fair, which will be held Saturday in downtown McMinnville.
The event will go from 9am-5pm and will feature many vendors all along Main Street. There will also be live entertainment on two stages and a live auction.
The Autumn Street Fair is organized by the Leadership McMinnville class.
One person was injured Wednesday night in a three-vehicle crash on Shelbyville Road.
According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Halona Brooke Wanamaker was driving westbound in a 2008 Kia when she lost control while negotiating a curve and went into the oncoming lane of traffic. Her vehicle collided first with an eastbound 1988 Chevy Pickup, driven by Larry Smartt, and then collided with a 2011 Nissan, driven by Brandi Chrestman.
The pickup overturned, trapping Smartt inside. Smartt had to be extricated and was airlifted to Erlanger with severe injuries. No one else was injured.
Trooper Gary Myers said charges against Wanamaker for excessive speed and recklessness are pending.