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Shaun Aguano’s first name isn’t too difficult to remember. Five letters. Nothing uncommon about it.
It may have been more tense than expected, but offensive coordinator Shaun Aguano was chosen as the new Chandler football coach on Thursday.
Chandler head coach Shaun Aguano talks with quarterback Darell Garretson during a time out of their playoff football game against Brophy at Phoenix College on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.[Ralph Freso/Special to Tribune]
Chandler head coach Shaun Aguano, left, is congratulated by assistant coach Garretson after a touchdown against Brophy during the second quarter of their playoff football game at Phoenix College on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. [Ralph Freso/Special to Tribune]
Chandler coach Shaun Aguano watches game action against Hamilton in the first half at Hamilton High School, Friday, Sept. 28, 2012, in Chandler. [Paul Connors/Special to Tribune]
Chandler coach Shaun Aguano watches from the sidelines as his team takes on Basha, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012 at Chandler high school. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
Chandler coach Shaun Aguano looks on at his team from the sideline while taking on Basha, Thursday, September 15, 2011 in Chandler. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
Former St. Mary’s standout LaRon Tarkington will be eligible to play for Chandler this season after the Arizona Interscholastic Association accepted his financial hardship appeal, Wolves coach Shaun Aguano said.
Chandler Head Coach Shaun Aguano and Desert Vista Head Coach Dan Hinds speak with officials about another unsportsmanlike conduct foul during the football game between Chandler and Desert Vista at Chandler on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012.
Chandler Head Coach Shaun Aguano and Desert Vista Head Coach Dan Hinds shake hands after the football game between Chandler and Desert Vista at Chandler on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012.
As the clock wound down in the first quarter, there was excitement in the air at Kofa High. The Kings trailed the Chandler Wolves -- one of the top teams in the state -- just 14-0.
On the infamous list of spouted coaching cliches, “It’s just another game” ranks near the top.
Based on the theory that lessons are best learned in a loss, Chandler was chock-full of proverbial "classroom" time this week.
Based on the theory that lessons are best learned in a loss, Chandler was chock-full of proverbial “classroom” time this week.
Chandler didn’t realize it had a chance to make its case for the No. 1 spot in Division I as the high school football season continues on its wacky way. It took more than a half before the Wolves’ defense shut down Gilbert Mesquite in the second half for a 37-7 win on the road.
Second chances don't come along often and Chandler didn't waste theirs Friday night.
Historically, No. 8-vs.-No. 9 in any postseason format gets earmarked as first-round "can't miss" game, and this one figures to hold true to said theory.
Third-ranked Chandler struck early, quickly and often as it ran away with a 42-20 victory over Gilbert in a Division I, Section II game at Chandler on Friday.
Maybe it was a calculated move, this near-decade buildup for a Week 4 matchup.
Spring football in Arizona is now big business.
A game that appeared to be turning into a classic shootout turned into a relatively comfortable 52-35 Chandler win over visiting Corona del Sol on Friday night.
On Jan. 22, Priest Willis slipped on a pair of powder blue football gloves, aligned his hands in the sign of a ‘U’ and confirmed to the college football world what everyone long suspected: He was verbally committing to UCLA.
The top-ranked Saguaro football team should have been enjoying an impressive victory over No. 2 Phoenix Thunderbird last Thursday.
Chandler used its potent air attack to throttle visiting Dobson 44-12 in a Division I game Friday night at Austin Field.