As for Poitevint, he has nearly two-decades of coaching experience that includes positions at Troy University, Northview (AL), Dacula, Kennesaw Mountain and Central Gwinnett. Becoming a head coach is something that Poitevint has been working towards achieving and he is looking forward to leading the Bears program moving forward.
“I wish the circumstances were different,” said Poitevint. “This is a tragic situation for the Kellogg family, the community and especially these players, they really loved coach Kellogg. I know that we are going to honor him with the way we play this year and we are going to play our tails off for him.”