SOUTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC COACHES ASSOCIATION

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS MEETING

EMBASSY SUITES

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

JULY 22, 2017

7:30 PM

 

President Randy Stogner called the meeting to order with all Board members present: Donald Addis, Mike Beasley, David Byrd, Robert D’Amato, R. Shell Dula, Chris Hamilton, Bob Hayes, Dann Holland, Zach Norris, Tim Perkins, Doug Shaw, Jr., Brandon Smith, Sherry Smith, Mike Srock, Kenneth Tucker, Debbie Wardlaw, George Wham, Derek Youngblood, and Charles Gee.

The minutes of the March 9, 2017 meetings at the South Carolina High School League Office were approved without objection.

Cindy Jacobs was recognized to discuss the 2016 year-end audit information received from McKinley, Cooper and Co., LLC.  Cindy discussed in depth the results of the audit and reported the findings were free from mistakes, and provided audit materials to review. Coach Dula asked each member to review in depth all documents and refer any questions to Cindy Jacobs or him.

Coach Dula referred to the monthly salary information in each member’s packet and covered in depth all major expenses incurred from March 9, 2017 through July 14, 2017. This information is included in each board members packet.

The pre-clinic registration was down slightly from 5,874 in 2016 to 5,701 in 2017.

The Board was presented a letter from Jack Taylor with Charles Schwab summarizing the current investment portfolio of the SCACA.

Coach Dula continued by updating the Board with information on the vendors exhibiting during the clinic.

Randy Stogner stated that the SCACA had written $48,500 in scholarships to member’s children so far in 2017, and another 67 scholarship checks will be written in August. The total scholarship awarded in 2017 is $81,500, up from $70,500 in 2016.

Angie Ray was recognized to update the Board on the sccoaches.org website, the online registration process and Paypal payment processing procedures. She continued by summarizing the collection of late fees and non-member coach fees for the 2016-17 school year. Angie asked the board to review the North-South All-Star reports received from Boys Golf, Softball, Baseball and Soccer provided in their information packet.

President Stogner recognized Charles Gee, Chaplain for the SCACA to address the Board.  Charles reminded the Board that on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday devotionals will begin at 8:30, and gave details on all FCA sessions schedule during the clinic.

Bob Hayes was recognized to update the board concerning the SC High School League. Coach Hayes expressed his appreciation for the opportunity to serve as the SCACA Representative on the SC High School League Executive Committee.

Coach Dula was recognized to discuss the current term of Bob Hayes, the SCACA Repesentative on the High School League Executive Committee. With one  year remaining on Coach Hayes term, a committee of SCACA Past-Presidents was formed to review letters of interest from SCACA members meeting the criteria established at the March 9th Board of Directors Meeting. This committee made the motion that Mike Beasley be appointed as the SCACA Representative on the High School League Executive Committee, with the term beginning in 2018. Motion was seconded by Mike Srock.  All in favor, motion passed unanimously.

Coach Dula discussed the membership dues and the cash flow in the operating fund, and suggested that any possible change be considered at the December Board Meeting.

President Stogner covered clinic assignments for the Board Members at this year’s clinic. He reminded everyone of the business meeting on Tuesday and referred to the agenda to explain how the Board elections will be conducted.

President Stogner stated that the next board meetings are scheduled for December 7, 2017, at the Dunes Club in Myrtle Beach at 12:00 noon, and March 8th, 2018 at the SC High School League Office in Columbia.

Without objection the meeting was adjourned.


SOUTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC COACHES ASSOCIATION

GENERAL BUSINESS MEETING

CHARLESTON AREA CONVENTION CENTER

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C.

JULY 25, 2017

11:00 A.M.

President Randy Stogner called the meeting to order and recognized Charles Gee, SCACA Chaplain, to open the meeting in prayer.  Coach Stogner requested the assistance of David Byrd in presenting thirty-eight Service Awards to those in attendance who have completed their twentieth year coaching in South Carolina.

Coach Dula was recognized and thanked everyone for their attendance at the meeting. He continued by reading the minutes from the July 22, 2017 Board of Directors meeting. Without objection the minutes were approved.

Charles Gee was recognized and highlighted the FCA sessions scheduled during the clinic. He reminded the coaches that the FCA luncheon is scheduled for noon with Gene Chizik addressing the group.

Coach Dula highlighted some of the information contained on the sccoaches.org website, and encouraged the coaches to use this as a resource for information on the SCACA.

The following auxiliary organizations made contributions to the SCACA Scholarship Fund:

  • Baseball Coaches Association – $3,500
  • Cheer Coaches Associations – $1,000
  • Coaches Association of Women’s Sports – $1,500
  • Football Coaches Association – $5,000
  • Soccer Coaches Association – $1,000
  • Tennis Coaches Association – $500
  • Track & Cross Country Association – $3,000
  • Wrestling Coaches Association – $2,000

George Wham, Past President of the SCACA, presented the Nominating Committee Report. The committee nominated the following:

  • David Byrd – President
  • Brandon Smith – 1st Vice President
  • Mike Srock – 2nd Vice President

The nominees were approved unanimously.

President Stogner gave instructions for the board elections.

The following were elected to serve on the SCACA Board of Directors:

  • Derek Youngblood (Williston-Elko) 1-A Upper
  • Tim Perkins (Marion) 2-A Lower
  • Doug Shaw (Palmetto) 3-A Upper
  • Debbie Wardlaw (Lower Richland) 4-A Lower

Coach Dula thanked everyone for their attendance and conducted the drawing for door prizes.

Without objection the meeting was adjourned.