Ending the regular season in McMinnville, the CHS soccer team capped off a great 2 week stretch with a 3 to 1 victory over the Pioneers. Coffee County got on the board in the 2nd minute as Samuel Brown scored, with an assist from Ernesto Gomez, for the Raiders. A strong back line and diving save by Raider keeper Lafredo Ramirez made that score hold up until halftime. In the second half, the Raiders got 2 goals in a 5 minute span to seal the win. In the 58th minute, a long punt from Ramirez cleared the Warren County defense allowing Paco Barrera to make it a 2 to 0 game. Nick Hough lifted a shot over the keeper in the 63rd minute to put the icing on the cake. Warren County got a late goal but it was not enough to prevent Coffee County from getting their 4th win in their last 5 matches. The Raiders will open the postseason on Monday at the Raider Soccer Field as they play host to either Lawrence County or Lincoln County in the first round of the District 8AAA tournament. After claiming the district’s #2 seed, the Raiders have the opportunity to play a second round game of their home pitch with a win. Kickoff Monday is set for 7 PM.