West Johnston boys basketball coach and current deputy superintendent of Johnston County Schools Shelly Marsh has been selected for the North Carolina Athletic Directors Association Hall of Fame.
Here's some background info on Marsh from the NCADA:
Shelly Marsh is currently the deputy superintendent of the Johnston County schools have an outstanding career as a boys basketball coach and administrator.
After graduation from North Carolina A&T State University, he began his career in coaching and teaching. He spent 11 years as basketball coach and athletic director at Greenville’s D.H. Conley High School, during which time he was the head coach of the East team in the North Carolina Coaches Association all-star basketball game. He also served at Havelock as assistant principal and basketball coach from 1985 to ’93, and then while coaching at West Johnston, he earned his 500th career victory in 2007.
His administrative stints have also included four years as assistant principal at Princeton High, five years as principal of Cleveland Middle in Johnston County, and four years as the hearing officer and county athletic director for the Johnston system.
He previously earned a service award from the North Carolina Athletic Directors Association and has been honored by the NCHSAA.