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Gazette Premium Content Blog: Coronado cuts hockey after council keeps sport at one classificaion

By Kevin Carmody kevin.carmody@gazette.com - Updated: April 17, 2014 at 10:38 pm
By Kevin Carmody kevin.carmody@gazette.com - Updated: April 17, 2014 at 10:38 pm • Published: April 17, 2014

When Coronado’s football team hit a rough patch, many wondered about the sport’s future at the west-side school. Fortunately, the program had a chance to play down a class to revive the near-moribund program. Last November, the Cougars won a state championship after four years of reorganization...

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When Coronado’s football team hit a rough patch, many wondered about the sport’s future at the west-side school. Fortunately, the program had a chance to play down a class to revive the near-moribund program. Last November, the Cougars won a state championship after four years of reorganization in Class 3A.

The Cougars, winless in 19 games last season, won’t have that chance in hockey.

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