Worth County football will have its third coach in as many seasons this coming fall.
Worth County Schools athletics director Frankie Carroll will take over as the interim for a full season.
A search for a permanent replacement will commence this fall.
Simmons is a proven winner from his coaching days in Florida, as well as his 16-7 mark in two seasons at Turner County.
However the Rams went win-less in his first campaign.
"We're going to make a change in this coming season," Settle told WALB. "We just feel like our program isn't going in the direction we want it to go as a district."
Frankie Carroll was the Pelham head coach from 2011 to 2014.
He led the Hornets to a (13-27) record.
Before that he won 89 games in 8 seasons at Madison county in Florida including a 2007 state championship.
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