Shoreline Invitation Meet dedicated to Brady Sharpe

Saturday, April 30, 2016

From Shoreline Athletics


This year we are very pleased to honor Brady Sharpe
with the 2016 Shoreline Track and Field Invitational Dedication.

Brady is a graduate of National University in La Jolla, California with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and a Minor in Sports Management. Brady graduated from Shorecrest High School in 1997 and is a proud Highlander alum.

The Shoreline School District has been fortunate to have Brady working with our Track and Field event staff for the past 19 years. Brady is the man behind the technology, working with our event staff and being the lead for our Hytek meet results system. Brady is a large reason Shoreline is able to host our big events and put our best foot forward at each meet.

In addition to Brady’s work as track event staff, Brady also is an active high school coach. Brady is the offensive coordinator for the Shorecrest football team and has been part of that staff for over 15 years. In addition to coaching football at Shorecrest, Brady is also currently a varsity assistant boys basketball coach at 3A state runner up O’Dea High School. Prior to that, Brady worked in the same position at Franklin High School. All said, Brady has been part of six League and District Championships, ten State Tournament appearances and three State Championships.

Brady has also spent time working with area youth and teens in Shoreline while holding the positions of Youth Sports Coordinator for the Shoreline YMCA and managing a teen center for the City of Shoreline Parks Department.

Brady is passionate about all things athletics and loyal to his Florida State Seminoles. Brady has been a mainstay within our Track and Field and Athletic programs and we have been fortunate to have Brady on our team. After this season, Brady is taking a break from working at Track and Field meets, but we know he’s just a phone call away if we need some help.

Please join us along with all the coaches and families here in Shoreline as we say thank you Brady for your years of dedication to Shoreline and your dedication to the student-athletes that are fortunate to work with you moving forward.


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