Tim Brayboy

Tim Brayboy’s involvement in high school athletics in North Carolina has come in a variety of ways. A graduate of Pembroke High School, Brayboy went on to play four years of varsity baseball at Pembroke State College and was later inducted into the UNC-Pembroke Athletic Hall of Fame. After graduation from Pembroke, he coached for several years at Canton Junior High before joining the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. He was on the DPI staff for 24 years, serving as director of middle school and junior high athletics and working closely with the NCHSAA. In addition, he has enjoyed over 40 years as an outstanding game official in football and basketball, working 14 state championship contests and several major all-star games. Brayboy has been inducted into the North Carolina Athletic Directors Association Hall of Fame and is co-author of a book about the history of Indian high school basketball in Robeson and adjoining counties, entitled Playing Before An Overflow Crowd.