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DB athletic director finds new job

Tony Mccabe is currently serving as the interim athletic director.

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Diamond Bar High School’s athletic department will be under new leadership next year as Athletic Director Kevin Ferguson will be leaving the school to become athletic director at Valencia High School. For now, longtime DB coach Tony McCabe will serve as interim athletic director.

Ferguson has been running DB athletics  for the last three years after taking over the position from history teacher Kurt Davies. After the football season, head coach Marcus Hughes resigned his post; last month Kevin Argumosa was hired as the new head coach.

“We want to support Kevin and his transition. I know how the transition and going into a new school is so important to be there as soon as possible,” Principal Reuben Jones said.

The school plans to advertise for the position, hoping to find a new AD before the various sport teams begin summer programs.

“I fully anticipate that we will have our AD chosen by early June so that our summer programs can be in place. Athletics is something very important for me, and I cherish that experience for students that can compete in both the classroom as well as on the field,” Jones said.

McCabe, who currently coaches golf and girl’s basketball, has been involved in DBHS sports for over 30 years, coaching nearly every sport on campus. Currently, he is leading the boys golf team as they compete in CIF.

In other news in the Athletic Department, math teacher Les Schaefer has been named  as the new head coach for wrestling. Current head coach Marcus Johnson will be still be active with the program as the associate head coach.

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DB athletic director finds new job