The DragonFly Academy Course Section for ADs is linked in this checklist for detailed instructions on each step.
BY: Dr. Karissa L. Niehoff, NFHS Chief Executive Officer
The NCHSAA has transitioned to using DragonFly for data management, tracking coaches compliance, and membership communication. AD's and Administrators can help the transition go smoothly by following the appropriate steps when setting up their school and granting user permissions for each coach and staff member at the school. To learn at your own pace and find more tutorials and walkthroughs, please visit DragonFly Academy on DragonFlyMax.com.
Frederick "Fred" Bartholomew, affectionately known as "Mr. B", a former NCHSAA Board of Directors member and principal at Princeton High School in Johnston County passed away at the age of 84. Originally from Warrenton and a graduate of Graham High, he was an all-conferenc football and baseball star in high school before playing baseball at Louisburg College. He completed college at East Carolina University, receiving a degree in Physical Education on his way to becoming a teacher and coach at Smyrna High School where he started the football program for the school.
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CHAPEL HILL— The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced the winners of the 2021-2022 Pat Best Memorial Trophy which is awarded to the Association’s Male & Female Athletes of the Year. Cardinal Gibbons standout swimmer, Claire Curzan, and Terry Sanford star hoops and soccer performer, Davis Molnar, were presented the awards during the Association’s Annual Awards presentation yesterday.
CHAPEL HILL— The State Awards are designed to recognize those who have done the most for high school athletics in the state rather than a single accomplishment or having an outstanding win-loss record. The awards are named in memory or honor of outstanding individuals in each category, seven of whom are in the NCHSAA Hall of Fame.
CHAPEL HILL—A total of 19 student-athletes from North Carolina High School Athletic Association member schools have been selected as winners of the “Heart of a Champion” Award for their outstanding sportsmanship, overcoming adversity, and consistently going above and beyond expectations.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) hosted the final games in each of the four State Championship Series at two facilities across the state. Each Series was a best-of-three format. The 1A & 3A Series were held at Ting Park in Holly Springs, the 2A & 4A Series at Burlington Athletic Stadium.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) hosted the final games in each of the four State Championship Series at three facilities across the state. Each Series is a best-of-three format. The 1A & 3A Series were held at UNC-Greensboro, the 2A Series at UNC-Chapel Hill, and the 4A Series at Duke University.
CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021-2022 Pat Gainey Student Award, providing scholarship support for two student-athletes with a focus on need-based applicants. This year’s recipients are Carson Taylor from Swain County High School and Madison Austin from South Caldwell High School.