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Tim Ray

Athletic Director

Natrona County School District

HQ Phone:  (307) 577-0200

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Natrona County School District

970 N. Glenn Road

Casper, Wyoming,82601

United States

Company Description

Located in Wyoming, Natrona County School District encompasses 5,600 square miles, including all the city of Casper as well as Midwest, Edgerton, Mills, Evansville, Bar Nunn, Alcova, Mountain View and Powder River. Approximately 11,500 students are taught in t...more

Background Information

Employment History

Athletic Director

Natrona Schools


Sports Director

KTWO Radio


Sports Manager

Clear Channel Communications , Inc.


Affiliations

Wyoming Association of Broadcasters

Board Member


Education

master's degree

athletic administration

Indiana University


Web References(31 Total References)


www.gjsentinel.com

Tim Ray, the Rockies' general manager, said the club agreed to a provide $96,000 worth of baseball and softball uniforms to the schools over the next 12 years.
Ray, who was once an athletic director for the Natrona County School District in Casper, Wyo., saw District 51's slim budget. "I've just been so impressed with Paul Cain and District 51 for making the dollar stretch a remarkable way," Ray said.


www.9news.com

Tim Ray will become executive director of the Ghosts this month.
Ray has worked with the franchise for many years in responsibilities including broadcasting and sales. Most recently he served as athletics/activities manager for the Natrona County School District. "My family and I are truly excited for this tremendous opportunity," Ray said in a news release.


www.natronaschools.org [cached]

Tim Ray, NCSD athletics and activities manager, and Monte McNamee, Proud to Host the Best board committee member, gave the board an update of the progress of the Wyoming High School Athletic Association's tournament bid, which, if approved, would allow Casper to host state tournaments for 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Ray said the competition for hosting the events is "hot and heavy," but that it is an exciting time and would be imperative to the economic development of Casper. Ray thanked the district and the Casper Area Economic Development Alliance (CAEDA) for their financial support, and Bob Price and Gapwest Broadcasting for their help with advertising.


www.trib.com

After Phil Cohler moved from Indiana to Wyoming about a year ago to take a job with the Casper Ghosts, the coaching bug bit him after Natrona County School District activities director Tim Ray mentioned an opening for the Midwest boys basketball coach.


www.trib.com

Getting to host the events -- not a birthright according to Natrona County School District Athletic Director Tim Ray -- follows a bid process through the Wyoming High School Activities Association.
Ray said Casper is a logical choice because of its location in the center of the state. Eighty-seven percent of the schools are within a 200-mile radius of Casper, he said, which bodes well for schools that don't want to drive to the southern part of Wyoming while risk blizzards and road closures. Ray said the city of Laramie, as of two decades ago the premier location for culminating events, has re-emerged as a contender since hosting all five high school football championship games in November.


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