Posted On: 06/20/20 10:00 AM

A new two-year cycle beings for the 2020 season, which brings Canon City into the Class 3A South-Central League, replacing Durango.

The other five squads all hail from the Steel City in Pueblo Central, Pueblo Centennial, Pueblo County, Pueblo East and Pueblo South.

While not much changed with the league itself, the look on the field will involve some new faces under center as five of the six teams graduated their starting quarterback from 2019.

Here is a look at who could be coming up the ranks for the 2020 season.

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Pueblo County: Chase HartmanChaseHartman5'10" | QBPueblo County | 2021StateCO, 2021

The one returner from the S-CL is Pueblo County’s Chase HartmanChaseHartman5'10" | QBPueblo County | 2021StateCO, who started all 10 games last season under center as a junior.

Like many teams across Class 3A, the Hornets are a run-heavy offense, especially under coach Monte Pinkerton, who took over the head coaching job last season after many years at Pueblo West and a 2007 Class 4A state title.

Hartman threw for a 51.2 completion percentage and picked up 799 yards through the air with 5 TD passes compared to 3 interceptions. On

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