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Shacklefords welcome Caleb William

Spokane Shock head coach Adam Shackleford celebrated an arenafootball2 win Friday night and the arrival of his second son early Saturday morning.

Shackleford’s wife, Migdalia, went into labor at halftime and left the game to go to the hospital. Shortly after No. 1-ranked Spokane wrapped up a 61-28 win over Oklahoma City, Shackleford joined Migdalia at the hospital and Caleb William Shackleford was born at about 3 a.m.

Caleb weighed seven pounds, eight ounces.

“Everybody’s doing great,” said Shackleford, whose son, Elijah, is roughly 20 months old.

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