Kevin Pettis Resigns as Crestview Head Football Coach

The Crestview Football Team is looking for a new head coach. Kevin Pettis has resigned as Bulldogs Head Football Coach and Athletic Director after two seasons in Okaloosa County.

Pettis already has a new job, accepting the head coaching position at Sebastian River High School in Indian River County. He led the Bulldogs to an 8-12 record during his two-year tenure.

Pettis also helped several players reach the college level. Six Crestview players signed after the 2011 season, and three more are expected to sign letters of intent this year. Four-star linebacker Dillon Lawson could sign as well, although he may be forced to play at a junior college due to academics.

PETTIS COACHED CRESTVIEW FOR TWO SEASONS... LEADING THE BULLDOGS TO AN 8-12 RECORD.

HE ALSO SENT NINE PLAYERS TO THE NEXT LEVEL... INCLUDING THREE THIS YEAR.


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