Administrative & Coaching Staff

Jay Lower

 Athletic Director

561-683-6266 ext. 1049


Chris Barulic

Assistant Athletic Director


Jennifer Jones

Athletics Secretary

561-683-6266 ext. 1033



Pudge Poston

Head Coach


Dennis Miles

Girls Head Coach


Dennis Miles is the Girls Basketball Head Coach.  He graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Political Science.  Mr. Miles was a career U.S. Marine Corps Officer was the Regional Managing Director for the Southeast Region of the Department of Children and Families.  The Southeast Region consists of Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Indian River counties.  Coach Miles has been coaching youth sports since 1982.  Locally he coached both boys and girls basketball at Holy Name of Jesus School for 11 years as well as developing a successful AAU travel basketball program with the Wellington Wolves where he also served as Director of Coaches.


Tavarus Harris

Boys Head Coach

Dionte Perry

JV Boys Coach

Sean Cunningham

Boys Freshmen




Head Coach



Wende Saucier

Head Coach

Chase White

Assistant Coach



Emily Powell

Head Coach

Keelin Hayden

Assistant Coach



Joe Molina

Head Coach/Offensive Line

A Cardinal Newman Graduate (’08), Coach Molina pursued his academic and playing career at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. A four-year letter winner, Coach Molina was named one of four captains his senior year and was awarded the Captain’s Cup, Offensive Linemen of the Year and Shane Smith Award (best representation of Earlham College Football).  He graduated from Earlham with a B.A. in History and then pursued his Masters of Arts in Teaching Degree at Earlham as well as being a Football Graduate Assistant and coaching the TE’s/FB’s. Once Coach Molina completed his Masters, he pursued an opportunity to return home to Palm Beach County and began coaching at William T. Dwyer in May of 2013. Coach Molina was the Offensive Line Coach and led a group of young men to pave the way to a 2013 State Championship. In 2014, he was named the Run Game Coordinator at Dwyer and called the Run Game. Coach Molina has coached many players over his time and has had many players go on to play in the collegiate ranks at all levels.

Aaron Wiltshire

Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs

Tyler McCarthy

Wide Receivers

Tom McCarthy


Terrence Moyeno

Defensive Coordinator/Safety’s

Terrance Robinson


Mike Pinkney


Rich DiBerardino

Defensive Line

Michael Sabatello


Oscar Rodriguez


Santonio Thomas

Defensive Line

Scott Sullivan

Offensive Line



Deborah Hale

Girls Head Coach

Scott Kisner

Boys Head Coach

Toby Hill

Assistant Boys Coach



Hunter Zatorsky

Girls Head Coach



Boys Head Coach





Abe Lopez

Boys Head Coach

Coach Lopez played soccer in High School for 4 years and broke several scoring records. He played semi-pro summer leagues in Venezuela, Colombia and Uruguay. Coach Abe also played as Goalkeeper at UCF and in Venezuela for Monagas FC – 1996 thru 1999. Coach is presently playing with the Broward Select (8 Years) and the Palm Beach Islanders as a Goalkeeper. Coach Abe has been coaching since 2002 with the following travel clubs: SABR in Boca; Predators in PBG; PBSA Nomads; Jupiter United; and the Royal Knights in Ft. Lauderdale. He has won many tournaments and leagues throughout his travel coaching career. He also coached at Boynton Beach High as Head Boys Varsity Coach in 2014.

Chris Clemente

Girls Head Coach

Rob Schrotenboer

Assistant Coach



Gene Meyerowich

Head Coach




Peter Ninivaggi

Head Coach




Marc Murray

Head Coach



Thomas Johnson

Head Coach

Emily Powell

Assistant Coach


Coming in on the heels of outgoing USATF Alumni Association (USATFAA) President Sharrieffa Barksdale and Vice President Gary Morgan, Thomas E. Johnson has been chosen as the next President of the USATFAA. While Barksdale, has been named the Manager of Alumni Relations and Morgan as Michigan Chapter President of Olympians and Paralympians Association, Thomas will continue to move the alumni association forward as we increase activities and opportunities for our members, says Barksdale.

Thomas has been an active member as well as an integral part of the revitalization and resurgence of the Alumni Association since 2000. He has been a Member At Large and has served as the Social Coordinator and Communications Advisor to past presidents Willie Banks and Sharrieffa Barksdale. While serving in these roles Thomas has been responsible for several social functions and outreach programs that were instrumental in the increase of awareness and active participation in USATF sponsored activities, such as the Jackie Joyner Kersee Award, the Relay for Boston and the Celebrity All-Star Basketball game held at the USA Olympic Trials. These activities have grown into hall marks and traditions of the USATF organization. As the communications Advisor Thomas has advised and written critical communications plans and directives to assist with the messaging and promotions of Alumni activities that have enabled the president to deliver sound and deliberate messaging to reenergize alumni and motivate them to action.

Thomas is no stranger to the sport of Track & Field and brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise as an athlete and servant leader. Thomas has coached several Olympians, World Champions, high school and middle school state champions as well as youth and junior champions throughout his career. Thomas competed in the World Class Athlete Program (WCAP) for the United States Army after two years at Florida State University. He competed in the World Military Games, winning gold and bronze medals from 1987-1989. He achieved a number two world ranking in the 800m and competed in the 1988 Olympic Trials, advancing to the semi-finals. Thomas returned to collegiate athletics at the University of Mississippi, earning All-American honors in the 800m and 4x400m in 1990. He won 2 Silver medals in the 1990 Olympic Sports Festival and finished runner-up in the 400m SEC Outdoor Championships and again earned All-American in the 4x400m relay in 1991 NCAA.

Thomas successfully combined military service as a commissioned officer and commander in the United States Army as well as an athlete and certified coach on national youth, junior and collegiate teams. After graduating from Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale as an All-American and 4x400m Relay State Champion, Thomas attended Florida State University where he set and still holds the school records for 500m and 600m indoor events. He was chosen as an All-American in the 4x400m after his freshman season. During the 1986 season at FSU, Thomas set a World leading time in the 500m and was selected as an All-American, while competing in the NCAA Championship in the 500m and 4x400m indoor relay.

Thomas returned to the U.S. Army in 1992 as a Field Artillery Officer and served in over 12 different assignments as well as a Battery Commander in 217 Field Artillery, Camp Hovey, South Korea. He also served 2-Tours in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) in 2003 and 2005 as a CFLCC Public Affairs officer and Commander of the 14th Public Affairs Detachment (OIF). Thomas retired from the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Pentagon, Washington, D.C. in 2009 and returned home to Ft. Lauderdale. Where he became an educator, teaching leadership as a JROTC Senior Army Instructor (SAI).

Thomas has served as a head and assistant coach at various levels of competition, including U.S. Army Track & Field and Texas Christian University. He served as the Head Coach of the 2014 IAAF World Junior Outdoor Championships in Eugene, OR. He was inducted into the Golden South Classic Hall of Fame in 2013 as well as the Florida Track and Field Hall of Fame in 2011. Thomas was also an assistant coach for the World Outdoor Championships, South Korea in 2011. He was most recently elected to serve as the Men’s Chair for USATF-FL and is a USATF Level 1 and Youth Level 2 certified coach, National Level Certified Official as well as an AAC Event Leader for Middle Distance.

Thomas graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism, and earned his Master’s degree in Christian Studies from Trinity International University, Florida Campus in 2012. Thomas founded Behind the Athlete (BTA) Track Club in 2014. Thomas retired as Field Grade Officer in the rank of Major and has received numerous military honors for his 23 years of military service. “I am excited about the opportunity to continue the rich tradition of motivating alumni to be actively engaged and to be the best advocate for retiring athletes as they transition into various careers after athletics. This is a special opportunity to influence the lives of the future by providing sound and fundamental programs and activities to continue success”.


 Wyatt Hamilton

Head Coach







Head Coach




Conor Higgins

Head Coach