BATON ROUGE, LA (July 30, 2013) — The Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) announced today that it has appointed Gary Duhe as Director of the Louisiana High School Coaches Association (LHSCA).
Duhe previously served as a high school teacher and coach at St. Amant High School since 2000. Prior to 2000, he held positions as teacher/coach/athletic director at Central High, Plaquemine High, Bishop Sullivan, Trafton Academy, Central Private and Redemptorist. Duhe has served on the LHSAA’s executive committee from 2004 - 2006. He was also founder and first president of the Louisiana High School Basketball Coaches Association and was the first inductee into its hall of fame.
In his new role as Director of the LHSCA, Duhe will be responsible for the oversight and direction of the sanctioned sports of boys’ and girls’ swimming, boys’ and girls’ soccer, boys’ and girls’ tennis and boys’ and girls’ golf. In addition, he will serve oversee football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, baseball and softball all-star games, the summer LHSCA Coaches’ Clinic, the LHSCA January business meeting as well as coaches’ calendars, directories and cards.
Duhe received his bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, La. He currently serves as president of the LHSCA and sits on the LHSAA’s Hall of Fame committee.
About the LHSAA
The LHSAA is a private entity that provides and regulates interscholastic athletic programs that promote fair and equitable competition among its member schools that is in the best interest of the student athlete. For more information about the LHSAA, visit www.LHSAA.org.