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New Boys Lacrosse Head Coach

By Chris Short, 05/13/22, 9:00AM EDT

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Coach William Kellis, a Central Floridian, has spent the past five years as the Varsity Head Lacrosse Coach at Oviedo High School. Under Kellis’ direction, the Lions have experienced the winningest five-year span in the programs rich 28 year history. Kellis is the winningest coach at Oviedo High School, boasting an overall record of 50-25 (66%). Kellis was named Seminole Athletic Conference (SAC) Boys Lacrosse Coach of the Year, as well as the SAC Spring Coach of the Year following the miraculous 2021 season, in which his Lions finished the season as SAC Conference Champions with a Top-10 ranking in the state. Kellis has sent over 15 athletes onto MCLA, NCLL, and NCAA Division II and Division III institutions. He has coached 32 All-Conference Team selections, and 1 US Lacrosse All-American.

Kellis graduated from Birmingham-Southern College where he was a Defenseman on the lacrosse team from 2012-16. He was voted a captain of the team for his senior season. During his time at ‘Southern, he was a starting defenseman and played LSM as an underclassman.

Kellis graduated from Oviedo High School in 2012 where he was a two-sport athlete (football and lacrosse). He earned First Team All-Conference accolades as a Senior, and Second-Team All-Conference as a Junior in Lacrosse.

I am extremely honored and excited for the opportunity to lead the Chattahoochee High School Boy’s Lacrosse program. Chattahoochee is one of the original Georgia High School lacrosse programs with a rich lacrosse history and strong foundation for us to build upon. I see incredible potential with the current team and I’m highly motivated to revamp the Jr. Cougars program for long-term stability and success at the high school level. Go Hooch!