NCHSAA STAFF INVOLVED AT NORTH CAROLINA COACHES’ CLINIC
GREENSBORO — A number of North Carolina High School Athletic Association staff members were involved with presentations during the just-completed North Carolina Coaches’ Assocaition clinic at the Greensboro Coliseum complex.
Deputy commissioner Que Tucker, assistant commissioner for sports programs Carolyn Shannonhouse and assistant commissioner for student services and supervisor of officials Mark Dreibelbis all made presentations during the rules clinics portions of the week, another example of the closer cooperation between the NCCA and the NCHSAA.
Each year Association staff members talk about rules changes as well as NCHSAA policies to the coaches in attendance. The North Carolina Coaches’ Association clinic is considered the largest multi-sport clinic in the United States and the NCCA staff does an excellent job with organizing the event as well as the East-West all-star games.