“I’m fortunate to have spent 40 years coaching in the Roswell community, and it’s just been awesome,” McFarlin said. “I started thinking about this several weeks ago during the season. You can never pinpoint one thing other than I just felt it was time to move on from Blessed Trinity. I leave there with great relationships and a lot of fond memories.”
McFarlin, 62, is one of 15 coaches in GHSA to win state titles at two schools. His first came in 2006 at Roswell, where he became head coach in 1998 after nearly two decades as an assistant to Ray Manus. He won championships in 2017, 2018 and 2019 at Blessed Trinity, a Catholic school in Roswell.