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Dade County coach Bradley Warren, shown during a game in 2016, said this year's team is an even-keeled group that is easy to coach.

After 11 seasons as Dade County's head football coach, Bradley Warren has resigned. Warren, who was also the Trenton school's athletic director, has accepted an offer to return to coach football at McIntosh County, where he began his career.

"That's where my wife is from and where her family still lives," Warren said. "Our daughter is graduating this year, so we just felt like this was the right time to make the move. I have six years left before I can retire, and with that being a coastal town, it's a good place to retire and live.

"I have nothing negative to say about the folks at Dade County. This was just a situation that we needed to take advantage of the offer."

Warren compiled a 47-68 overall record at Dade County, including 1-9 last season, and has a career record of 106-111, which includes coaching stops at Gilmer and Central Gwinnett as well as McIntosh.

Contact Stephen Hargis at shargis@timesfreepress.com or 423-757-6293. Follow him on Twitter @StephenHargis.

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