Stallworth named AHSAA executive

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Michael Rodgers

The Luverne Journal

Crenshaw County’s Tony Stallworth was named the Associate Executive Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Association last week.

Stallworth has worked in the Crenshaw County School System for over 20 years, and he currently serves as the Director of Career and Technical Education, Assistant Administrator at Luverne High School, Jobs for Alabama Graduates coordinator and Attendance Supervisor for the Board of Education.

It wasn’t long before Stallworth became the assistant principal at Brantley under principal Jim Head, and his focus shifted to administration.

“Tony Stallworth has been involve with the AHSAA in a voluntary role for many years through his work on committees and with such projects as All-Star Sports Week,” said AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese in a press release. “He has proven to be a very committed educator and has shown a tremendous loyalty to the goals of the AHSAA as an organization through his work with our committees. He is going to be a tremendous addition to the AHSAA family and a great associate executive director.”

Stallworth will coordinate the AHSAA’s Coaches Education program, the school audit program, the Reclassification Committee, Middle School/Junior High professional development and work with all championship events.