Blessed Trinity head coach Tim McFarlin steps down

Blessed Trinity’s veteran head coach Tim McFarlin announced that he would be stepping down on Wednesday after leading the Titans for 10 successful seasons. McFarlin spent 20 total seasons as a head coach in Georgia—splitting his time evenly at Roswell and Blessed Trinity—but was also an assistant at Roswell for 10 seasons prior to serving as head coach. At Roswell, McFarlin led the team to the 2006 state title. He left the Hornets in 2007 and took over Blessed Trinity in 2011. The Titans captured the program’s first-ever state title in 2017—beginning a run of three-straight state titles before this year’s run to the Class 5A quarterfinals.

McFarlin finishes his head coaching career with a 194-54-2 overall record.

“I just consider myself one of the most fortunate guys in the world with the opportunity to coach 30 years at Roswell and 10 years at Blessed Trinity,” said McFarlin. “I leave there with many great memories and so happy to spend my entire career in the Roswell community. I thought it was a good time to step back but I am going to leave my options open. If this year has taught us anything, it has taught me we are not in control of our future.”

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