Pace hires new coach

Sports Thursday, August 19, 2021

The boy’s basketball program at Monsignor Edward Pace High School won the last of its six state titles in 2008.

New coach Jean-Camille Dubuisson II wants to take the team back to the championship tournament.

“We want to let them know that we are here and that there is a change in leadership,” he said of plans to connect with alumni and the community.

Dubuisson, 42, of Hollywood, most recently was head coach at ASA Miami junior college; head coach at Hallandale High School and for six years, an assistant coach at Miramar High.
Pace Athletic Director Tom Duffin, Principal Ana Garcia and a committee chose Dubuisson from among 50 applicants.

“He has deep ties to the community and has a collegiate connection,” Duffin said about what Pace wanted in a coach when it hired him in June.

Dubuisson said he played basketball at North Mami Senior High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts from Lynn University. He is married to Carlette Dorsey-Dubuisson and has two children and three grandchildren.

Jean-Camille Dubuisson II is Monsignor Edward Pace High School’s new boys basketball coach. Photo courtesy of the school.

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