South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association President Eric Cummings opened the association's business meeting with nominations for officers.
More coverage from the week, including Jim Ryun interviews coming as soon as time allows.
• Eric Cummings says he will run for a second term as president. It was voted for Cummings to continue in this position.
• Class A vice president Rodney Adamee is stepping down from the position.
• Jeff Buys (Dorman) will serve as Class AAAA vice president
• Michael Steward (Lower Richland) will serve as Class AAA vice president.
• John Javis (Eau Claire) will serve as Class AA vice president, a close race.
• Marie Kernell (St. Joseph's) will serve as Class A vice president.
• New state records honored (Lexington boys 4x800, Wando girls 4x800, Whale Branch's Andre Watson 200).
• Bennie Isaac (Dreher) as assistant track and field coach of the year
• Ron Sullivan announces Jim Crawford (Crescent) as hall of fame inductee. Crawford (nominated by Ron Sullivan) will be inducted at the SCTCCCA Coaches Classic in September.
• Three-turn-stagger will start effective 2013 season.
• John Jones again asks for association coaches to talk to administrations at schools to talk to SCHSL to start indoor season as a sanctioned sport in the state.
• SCTCCCA votes to make a one time donation to scrunners.com. The support will go to continue coverage and help with moving the sports forward in the state. Editor John Olson maintained the website for almost 10 years without revenue from the site. Help keep scrunners.com alive, subscribe. Coaches: email email@example.com for details on team discounts.
• Mark Bedenbaugh proposes the SCTCCCA donate to the George Johnson scholarship fund. Johnson passed away while serving as a coach at Ben Lippen. Members voted to make a one time $500 donation to the fund.