Schultz gets call for the Hall
Ken Schultz was never officially an athletic administrator at Morris Community High School, but it is where his nationally-recognized career in directing prep sports got started.
Schultz, who is being inducted into the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association Hall of Fame this month, was an MCHS teacher and coach from 1973 to 1979. He went on to spend 22 years as athletic director at Homewood-Flossmoor High School and a total of 26 years in athletic administration. At H-F, he implemented innovative drug-testing programs that led to him appearing on television programs like "Good Morning America" and "The Today Show."
Now retired and living Leesburg, Fla., Schultz remembers that his desire to become a head baseball coach led him to Morris for his first job after earning his Master's degree from the University of Illinois. MCHS hired him to teach physical education and drivers' education, and with the understanding that the head baseball job would soon open. But baseball was far from the only sport in which Schultz had a hand at MCHS.
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