Pirates hope to rise above last season’s 2-8 record

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The time for Pirate football is once again upon us, but this season fans will once again see a new man in charge of their Pirates in the form of former Pirate Brandon James, who took over the position after former Head Coach, Julian Keggins, decided not to return for a third season in Chilton. With a combined total of seven wins and thirteen losses, Keggins decided it was time to pass the reins, that proudly got picked up by Coach James, who was the girls athletic coordinator previous to this year. With Coach James taking over as the man in charge, there is a renewed sense of hope for the Pirates, following last season’s tragic ending in which the Pirates finished with a two and eight finish.


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