Head Coach Varsity Boys Basketball
Tyler Dillon is a Jacksonville Beach native that attended both Fletcher High School and University of North Florida. While at Fletcher, he played both basketball and baseball and lettered in both. He has the philosophy that the purpose of physical education is to teach the whole student, not just their body and movement and that physical education provides the opportunity to teach students about movement, strategies, teamwork, problem solving, and life-long health related fitness skills. He has been working with children and athletics for the past ten years. He has a wealth of experience including substitute teaching in physical education, and all grades between K-8 within the Catholic Diocese. Also, he has coached both basketball and softball at St. Paul’s Catholic School since 2015. In addition to his experience within schools, he has worked alongside Tommy Hulihan with both is summer/winter sports camps and his summer/winter basketball league since 2012. Tyler has the love for the beach community, the patience of Job, and the knowledge of what makes a physical education teacher reach which is why he will be the perfect addition to Beaches Chapel.
Head Coach- MS Boys Basketball
Sal Prestia grew up in Atlantic Beach, FL and has been involved with Beaches Chapel for over 26 years. He has been involved in coaching High School, Middle School, and Youth Travel Basketball for over 16 years. In his 5 years as the Boys MS Coach he has led the team to 1 JCAL Championship and 2 JCAL Finals. He graduated from Fletcher High School in 1993. He also graduated with his Bachelor's in Information Technology Management and A.S. in Business Management from Florida State College of Jacksonville. He's married to his wife Carmella of over 26 years and his son Noah is a Beaches Chapel Alumni from 2019. He believes that mentoring young adults and youth in Jesus Christ will propel them towards the success that God has for them.
Proverbs 3: 5-6
Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.
In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.
Varsity Girls Basketball