Stanley To Retire At Glenn

        KERNERSVILLE—Long-time coach and athletic director Marty Stanley of Glenn High School has announced his retirement, according to a report in the Winston-Salem Journal.

        Stanley has been at Glenn for 34 years, including the last 24 as athletic director. He will work at Glenn through the end of June.

        Stanley is a native of Winston-Salem who graduated from the old Edgewood High School, attended Surry Community College for two years and then went to Appalachian State.  Right after graduation from ASU, he began working at Glenn.

        He coached baseball, basketball, softball and football during his career, including serving as Glenn’s varsity women’s basketball coach from 1985 through 2008 and winning well over 300 games. Stanley also was active in the North Carolina Athletic Directors Association and assisted the NCHSAA when the Western Regional basketball tournament was held in Winston-Salem for a number of years.