High School athletic director wins Damko Award

Mark McCarthy, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School athletic director, will receive the Theodore “Ted” Damko Award at the Massachusetts Secondary School Athletics Directors Association (MSSADA) banquet on March 19 in Hyannis.

“This award is presented annually to an athletic administrator with 3-5 years experience in each district who has exemplified the highest standards of their profession and has made significant contributions to their school and community,” said Dick Baker, MSSADA public relations director, in an email notifying Mr. McCarthy of the award.



Comments

  1. Jack Fielding says:

    When he tells a student that they’re not a good student and gives up on them ya definitely doesn’t deserve this award. just ask the students.

  2. Guest says:

    The McCarthy’s in general are totally incompetent, and would not have jobs were it not for their mother.

  3. Guest says:

    The McCarthy’s in general are totally incompetent, and would not have jobs were it not for their mother.

  4. Guest says:

    The McCarthy’s in general are totally incompetent, and would not have jobs were it not for their mother.