Titusville High School Hires Former THS Player Paul Columna as Head Football Coach

By  //  July 29, 2019

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Columna played as a center on THS football team in early 2000s, currently works a social studies teacher at the school

Titusville High School has hired Paul Columna to be the school’s head football coach. He played as a center on the school’s football team in the early 2000s and he currently works a social studies teacher at the school.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Titusville High School has hired Paul Columna to be the school’s head football coach. 

Columna played as a center on the school’s football team in the early 2000s and he currently works a social studies teacher at the school.

He previously served as the head coach for the school’s freshman basketball team.

“I think there’s tremendous upside to be the head coach at Titusville High School,” Columna said.

Columna says he learned more life skills through football than in many other areas and that he is placing a premium on character.

“I want quality character over quantity and I’m going to find those kids and I want to find those kids that get good grades, that are good role models in class.”

Columna added that he was excited for the opportunity to coach football at the school where he says he believed he was “one of if not the smallest lineman in the county.”

“We’ve got a job to do as a program and really right now, it’s one second at a time build a foundation and build a foundation around the type of young men that we want to kind of, you know, view as excellent,” Columna added.

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Titusville High School has hired Paul Columna as its head football coach. Columna previously played center at the school in the early 2000s.


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