Contribution to help sports officials who were impacted by the storm
October 10, 2018 (Sandy, Utah) — ArbiterSports today announced that it has contributed $2,500 to the South Carolina High School League (SCHSL) for distribution among SCHSL member sports officials affected by Hurricane Florence. Earlier this month, Hurricane Florence devastated parts of the Carolinas causing extensive flooding and severe damage for thousands of residents.
“We are grateful to ArbiterSports for its contribution to help those in our organization who were impacted by Hurricane Florence,” said Jerome Singleton, SCHSL Commissioner, “All the money received will go to our sports officials to help them begin to rebuild.”
ArbiterSports values teamwork and is dedicated to helping its clients’ communities affected by devasting disasters. Working together in time of need epitomizes the athletic spirit of teamwork fostered by both ArbiterSports and SCHSL.
“Our hearts and prayers are with all SCHSL sports officials and schools affected by Hurricane Florence” said Jeff Triplette, CEO, “We hope our contribution will help ease the burden of the loss they have sustained.”
The South Carolina High School League (SCHSL) is the governing body of school athletics for the state of South Carolina. With over 100 years of history, the SCHSL is comprised of 216 total member high schools and 217 middle schools. The mission of the South Carolina High School League is to provide governance and leadership for interscholastic athletic programs that promote, support and enrich the educational experience of students. For more information, visit www.schsl.org.