Twitter reacts to Roland's switch from Flagler Palm Coast High School.
Travis Roland has been hired as the new head football coach at Mainland High School, where he was previously a player and assistant coach. He most recently coached Flagler Palm Coast High School, since being hired in 2016. He will continued coaching FPC for two more months before making the switch.
“Thank you, Coach,” Flagler Schools tweeted on April 9. “We know how hard that pull to go ‘home’ is. Thank you for all you've done for the FPCHS Bulldog FAMILY.”
Soshanah Mercado tweeted: “I’m so sad! Those kids got through some major trauma because of you. Not just this year either. I’ve so admired the way you fostered the very best out of every kid. But, FPC will always be your Family so this isn’t goodbye. We’ll be seeing you Coach.”
Coach Jarrett Lewis tweeted his congratulations to Roland and said, “The Bucs couldn't have made a better choice and I know that the city has been waiting for this moment. I couldn't be prouder of you lil' bro and I know that generations will feel the benefit of this one!”
Roland recently announced on Twitter that Victor Campbell is joining his staff as offensive line coach.