OHSAA executive director leaving job after two years

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OHSAA's Jerry Snodgrass: Winter championships still postponed

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Jerry Snodgrass is leaving his job as executive director of the Ohio High School Athletic Association after two years.

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The OHSAA announced the news Monday night. Bob Goldring, the senior director of operations, will take over as interim executive director effective immediately.

"I am honored by the confidence the Board has placed in me," said Goldring, who has worked with the OHSAA for 25 years. "We have a solid team of knowledgeable and dedicated professionals at the OHSAA who are committed to serving our member schools. My top priorities are to prepare for return to play this fall and successfully lead the team until a permanent executive director is hired.”

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Snodgrass replaced Dan Ross in July 2018. Ross resigned after 14 years as head of the OHSAA.

According to the OHSAA, “Goldring will also work closely with state government leaders and school district administrators in developing a plan for return to play in the fall. The OHSAA will conduct a nationwide search beginning immediately to fill the executive director vacancy.”