Myrtle Beach High’s Cahill honored as AD of the Year

mb-cahillMyrtle Beach High is having one of its most successful sports seasons in school history, and the leadership of those off the courts and fields is not going unnoticed.

Myrtle Beach athletics director John Cahill was named the AD of the Year by the South Carolina Athletic Administration Association). The award is for the entire state of South Carolina for all classifications.

The SCAAA cited Cahill’s “dedication to his school and profession (that) has enabled Myrtle Beach Athletics to shine not only in Horry County but the whole state of South Carolina. In seven years under “the guidance of John Cahill, the athletic programs have been outstanding at Myrtle Beach High School.”

That’s especially true this academic year, when the Seahawks won seven of the eight Region 7-3A titles that were up for grabs. The only sport they didn’t earn a region title was girls golf, which finished second behind Class 3A state champion St. James. The Seahawks won state titles in girls tennis and swimming relay teams.

The winter sports season sees the Lady Seahawks basketball team playing in the Class 3A Lower State final on Friday, and the boys basketball team and wrestling squads qualified the playoffs.

Cahill will be honored on March 16 at the Marriott Conference Center in Charleston at the state Athletic Directors Conference. There will be an 8 a.m. Awards Breakfast recognizing John Cahill for the great honor of Athletic Director of the Year.

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