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Bluefield Daily Telegraph

VHSL Associate Executive Director Tom Dolan retiring

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The Virginia High School League (VHSL) is announcing Associate Executive Director Tom Dolan will retire at the end of the 2021-22 academic calendar. Dolan joined the VHSL staff as an assistant director in 2007 before assuming the assistant director of compliance in 2013, overseeing compliance and interpretations of VHSL rules and regulations, eligibility cases and appeals, and state responsibilities for basketball and tennis. He became Associate Executive Director in 2017.
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High SchoolLynchburg News and Advance

VHSL Associate Executive Director Tom Dolan to retire at end of next school year

Virginia High School League Associate Executive Director Tom Dolan will retire at the conclusion of the next academic school year, the organization announced Wednesday. Dolan has been with the VHSL since 2007, when he joined as an assistant director before becoming assistant director of compliance in 2013. He's held his current title since 2017.
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