Knox named as DHS’ assistant athletics director
Darlington High School has named Bradley Knox as its assistant athletics director, the school announced on its Facebook page.
Knox is a native of Darlington.
In nine years as a coach, Knox has worked with students in football, cross country, tennis, volleyball, soccer, girls basketball, boys basketball and track and field.
He is also currently head coach for the boys’ varsity basketball team at DHS, and he brings familiarity to the community as a graduate of the school.
Knox earned a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from Claflin University, a Masters of Science in Special Education from Capella University, and a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership from American College of Education.
Knox is pursuing a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Leadership from the American College of Education. In addition, he is a registered athletics administrator through the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrator Association.
“I am looking forward to working with all student athletes and coaches,” Knox said. “Darlington High School is a great place to be. I look forward to growing in this role.”