Putnam County Director Of Schools Jerry Boyd was recognized this week for his role in school athletics as the winner of the A.F Bridges Award.
Boyd won the district four administrator of the year award as voted on by a statewide selection committee.
“Being recognized for one of these awards as a school or individual should be seen as one of the highest honors in high school athletics in our state,” TSSAA Executive Director Bernard Childress said. “Those who receive the awards truly reflect what high school athletics should be about, and that’s good sportsmanship and good citizenship.”
The program honors administrators, principals, athletic directors, coaches, officials and contributors across the state. It is named in honor of A.F. Bridges, the first executive director of the TSSAA.
Warren County High School received the A.F. Bridges Divisional Awards. The honor goes to schools that have had no reported unsportsmanlike conduct incidents during the previous school year.