“This is going to be a year to year thing,” said Gloyd about his newly appointed position.
Gloyd is also the assistant principal at Trigg County High School, so his other responsibilities will be forever looming over his shoulder in the athletic office. He is going to stay athletic director for as long as he can, though, because after all, he is a sports fan and former athlete.
Gloyd has a hefty list of credentials for the job. He has been the head coach on several different softball teams, led the Mayfield track program, and has been an assistant football coach at both Mayfield and Hopkinsville. He also was assistant coach of the Hopkinsville girl’s basketball team. Gloyd also played football for Campbellsville. His ties to Hopkinsville have already been felt this summer, as Trigg County High School has been scheduled to face both Hopkinsville and Christian County during the football regular season.
“I have been around several different winning and successful places when it comes to sports,” said Gloyd about his qualifications.
Still being somewhat new to Trigg County, Gloyd will bring some fire and enthusiasm into all of the programs. He has been a Trigg County fan since the day he stepped foot inside the school.
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