The Coffee County Central High School freshmen football team dropped a 24 to 12 decision to Warren County on Monday night. Things looked good for Coffee County until late in the 3rd quarter as Warren County quarterback Isaiah Grayson scored his 3rd and 4th touchdowns of the night on runs on 43 and 64 yards. Those 2 scores, on back to back possessions, broke a 12 to 12 tie. Coffee County got their first touchdown on the opening kickoff as Austin Harmon raced 70 yards to put the Raiders on top 6 to 0. Grayson broke loose on a 69 yard keeper for Warren County in their first possession and added his 2nd score on an 8 yard keeper on Warren County’s second possession to give Warren County a 12 to 6 halftime lead. Coffee County tied the game on their first possession of the second half on a 6 yard QB keeper by Zach Vaughn. The freshmen Raiders will travel to Shelbyville next Monday as they take on the Shelbyville freshman in a 5:30 PM game.