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Openings on FHSAA Classifieds: Bartow Story Citrus Story Cocoa Beach Coral Glades Story Ed White Story Evans Story Hamilton County Story from earlier this year Hagerty Story (New Coa

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The 2019 Coaches Moving Van is updated as of yesterday, but I do have changes to insert for Clewiston and Cypress Creek (Orlando) soon. I have also added a section for new articles on coaching news going forward on the same page (some new functions I am finally using with the revamps I have been making). 


McKinley Rolle named next head coach at Dwyer: https://floridahsfootball.com/2019/03/29/mckinley-rolle-named-the-next-head-coach-at-dwyer/

Billy Clark steps down at Palm Beach Gardens to pursue educational administrative role: https://floridahsfootball.com/2019/03/29/billy-clark-steps-down-at-palm-beach-gardens-to-pursue-educational-administrative-role/

COACHES MOVING VAN NOTEBOOK: Nease hires Collin Drafts: Yeomans stepping down at Franklin County: https://floridahsfootball.com/2019/03/29/coaches-moving-van-notebook-nease-hires-collin-drafts-yeomans-stepping-down-at-franklin-county/

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Hillsborough County Openings

Strawberry Crest job has been filled (don’t know by who)

Freedom- opened up (HC is becoming an AP at Middleton)

Middleton- opened up 

I feel bad for Fred at Middleton bc of everything that happened in the past month. Anyone know who got the Crest job? My sources are saying it was an assistant at Armwood. Not sure though. That’s a TOUGH district to be in and to get a job this late in the game makes it not so ideal.

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