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Football: Ex-Yuma High coach to lead Pueblo

Pueblo High School has hired former Yuma High coach Michael Chadwick to run its football program.

Chadwick replaces Scott McKee, who stepped down in March after five seasons to take the same position at Sahuaro.

Chadwick, who coached in Washington prior to coaching Yuma High to a 2-8 record in 2007, said in a video on Pueblo’s Web site that he hopes to “build a family” at Pueblo.

Chadwick met with players and their families Tuesday.

He said he hopes to move to Tucson by May 1 in time for the team’s spring drills, which begin May 4.

Pueblo was 2-9 in 2008.

For more on high school sports, check out the Grammer School sports blog.

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