Peter talks about "The Rock" and the effect that Principal Murphy had on him and the senior class. He also talks about losing his final season and the impact the virus has had on the community as a whole.
Mark talks about the NFHS Network and the value it has brought to high school sports with its unique streaming service. He brings us up to speed on how the system can generate funds for schools and offer opportunities for students and faculty in the area f broadcast television.
With budget approvals looming, Jim discusses the need for us to advocate for more aid to NY. It's not political at all, it's common sense, but if opening schools demands unfunded mandates, where does the money come from?
Jackie is an exceptional coach that has done wonderful things with her team during the crisis and shares that with us. She is also one of the best players in the history of NYS Softball and her accomplishments are legendary in the sport. A great interview with a great coach and role model.
Kathy speaks about her background in athletics and discusses her position as the only current female Executive Director in New York. Kathy also shares her feelings on what it takes to manage a diverse section and offers advice to aspiring athletic directors. A great interview with a real professional.
Doug Killgore, CMAA speaks to us about his background, the importance of using the Educational Framework for Athletics, and its effect on today's AD. He also shares his experiences and fills us in on upcoming professional development opportunities from the NIAAA and where the Bow Ties came from.
Dr. Zayas talks about the decision to cancel the Spring State Tournament and the impact the shutdown has had on athletics in general. Additionally, he discusses the need to remain calm and not react until we get proper direction from the State.
Coach Henn is one of the top Lacrosse coaches in the State and his experiences as an educator on the field and off is the reason for his success. Coach Henn speaks about the importance of diversification n sport and playing for fun as the primary goal every athlete should strive for.
Tom brings us up to speed on the decision to cancel spring sports in Section XI and the subsequent cancellation by Section VIII. The process and the discussion that occurred in the meeting is brought to light as well as what the future could look like.
Gregg gives his perspective on how the current landscape has changed and what the future looks like. Gregg has spent 36 years on the HS sports scene and is one of the greatest cheerleaders for kids and sports in the country.
Timm shares what Section Vi is all about and how they manage the various problems that arise in the daily operation of the Section. Timm also speaks to his role as a promoter of professional development through the NIAAA and NYSAAA.