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Coach Cutnaw Resigns as Head Football Coach
Published: November 17, 2015

Bluffton High School head football coach Kyle Cutnaw resigned his position Monday.  Coach Cutnaw leaves the Pirate football program after just two seasons at the helm.  Just weeks ago, Bluffton concluded a 7-3 season, the most single season wins in a decade. 

 

Cutnaw cited personal, family reasons for his resignation.  He went 10-10 in his two years as coach.

 

Bluffton will now look for a new head football coach, something a bit out of the ordinary for the usually stable program.  Cutnaw took the reigns following a 25 year run by Dennis Lee. 

 

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Author: Sam Brauen
Teams: Football
 
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