Athletic Director’s Corner

This year, South Shore hired a new Athletic Director, Ryan Tiberg. We asked him a couple of questions regarding our athletic programs.


How has each of the fall sports’ seasons gone so far (in your opinion)?

“Overall, the fall sports we offer here at South Shore have demonstrated strong, successful, individual, as well as team performances. Volleyball continues to compete at a high level, while working through a new system, and Cross Country continues to condition and cut time as they work toward the conference meet. Football has put in a lot of time and continues to put a competitive product on the field. Middle School Girls Basketball has shown gains in skill level and are understanding and consistently adding to the wins column.”

What are the strengths of South Shore’s athletic program?

“A few of the strengths are strong community and administration support, knowledgeable coaches, and a high percentage of participation.”

What are the weaknesses of South Shore’s athletic program?

“A weakness is a need to modernize the athletic program through technology, communication, and reorganizing of systems.”

How do you plan to keep South Shore’s athletic program as best as it can be?

“I plan to work hard to provide a strong schedule of competition for all sponsored sports. I also will strive to create a unified athletic program with organized communication from top down and reanalyze some of the current methods to spur positive change.”