Larry Singleton, Head Coach
Architectural Drawing & Design and AP Computer Science Teacher
McIntosh High School
Coach Pete Cramblet is a West Point graduate and Colonel, US Army Retired. He is US Lacrosse and GHSA Certified lacrosse coach with 12 years’ experience to include High School Fall Ball, Indoor Lacrosse and NGLL and GHSA high school lacrosse in Peachtree City, GA. He is a Member of US Lacrosse Hall of Fame, West Point Hall of Fame, and Long Island Lacrosse Hall of Fame, a recipient of the Turnbull Trophy as the nation's outstanding attack man and the coveted Enners Award as the outstanding collegiate lacrosse player in the country (1970). He was a 1st Team All American 1968, 1969, 1970 and a member of the Army 1969 National Championship team. He continued post collegiate play for 20 years, playing for the Mt. Washington, Monterey, Potomac, Duwamish, and Redhook (Seattle) Lacrosse Clubs.
Coach Keith Roberts has started his 1st year teaching as a member of the physical education department at McIntosh High School. His bachelor's degree is in Civil Engineering from Georgia Southern University. Coach Roberts earned his master's degree in health & physical education from Columbus State University. Coach Roberts has coached youth football and baseball for the past 7 years and is currently an assistant coach for the 9th grade football team.
Coach Jim Cornell grew up playing lacrosse in Princeton NJ where his Princeton High School team earned a conference championship his senior year. Jim played as a defensive midfielder for the Savanah College of Art and Design where the team achieved Southeast Lacrosse Conference Final Four appearances in 2007 and 2008. Jim began coaching youth players at camps in Savannah GA in 2008 and for elementary and middle school aged players back in his home town of Princeton NJ in 2011 and 2012. In 2013 Jim served as the Head Coach of the John Witherspoon Middle School lacrosse program in Princeton. Following that season a career move to Atlanta put a temporary halt to Jim's lacrosse involvement, but his love of the sport compelled him to seek a coaching opportunity this year, and McIntosh is pleased to add him to our staff for the 2017 season.