Athletic Administrators

Athletic administrators work to support and lead the student-athletes and coaches at their school. Acting with integrity and ethics, they model and reinforce the tenets and principles of education-based athletics in their communities.

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Losing control means losing the respect of others

The purpose of high school athletics is to build confident and strong young men and women. Athletics is a powerful metaphor for life. If we as coaches are not seeking to have self-control in how we teach and we are not developing young people that can control their emotions then we are doing a disservice to all. Good sportsmanship and self-control helps develop championship programs and communities we can all be proud of.

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June 4, 2020

Legislative Council makes no changes to 2020 Dead Period

Members recognize importance of two-week break in 6-6 vote

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June 2, 2020

Legislative Council calls special meeting Thursday, June 4

Council members to discuss Dead Period

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May 26, 2020

TSSAA recognizes student-athletes active in three or more sports

Schools to distribute certificates when possible

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May 18, 2020

Kingsport's Moore honored for Distinguished Service

Former coach settles in as Athletic Director

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April 29, 2020

Unwelcome reality: coaching students through daunting times

Leadership makes a difference, now and in the future

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April 28, 2020

TSSAA addresses summer sports activities

Board of Control meeting for June cancelled

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