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Long-time Lubbock ISD assistant athletic director resigns

From Lubbock ISD:

After 34 years in public education and 24 of those in Lubbock ISD, David Harrison, assistant athletic director, announced his retirement. Harrison has served in his current position as LISD assistant athletic director for 14 years.

Harrison said, "I want to express my deep appreciation to Coach Ball, Dr. Garza and the Lubbock ISD Board of Trustees for allowing me to work in such a fine district for 24 years." My wife and I are planning a move to Central Texas to pursue other opportunities and to be closer to our adult children," he added.

Harrison started his career in Canyon, Texas. He served as head track coach and assistant football coach for Granbury High School from 1983-89 and then in the same position for Lubbock Monterey High School from 1989 – 99. Harrison is well known for his work in the world of track and field, having served on the Track and Field Advisory Committee for the Texas High School Coaches Association and overseeing regional tracks meets for two decades.

Mark Ball, athletic director for Lubbock ISD, said, "I appreciate David's service to the district in a variety of capacities. His work ethic and loyalty to the athletics programs has been great. We wish him the best in his retirement."

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