PCHS athletic director leaving alma mater for same role at Stonewall Jackson

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LURAY, May 13 — Page County High School Athletic Director Keith Cubbage will be leaving his post to take on the same role at Stonewall Jackson High School on July 1, according to a report earlier this month in the Northern Virginia Daily (republished last week by Page News and Courier.)

The 1985 PCHS graduate leaves his alma mater after 15 years as athletic director. However, prior to taking his first athletic director job at Page, Cubbage spent 17 years in Quicksburg as a teacher and coach for the Generals.

Cubbage, 54, previously coached football, volleyball, boys basketball and track at Stonewall, which made him stand out among the eight applicants for the position.

“I’ve always said Shenandoah County was always good to me during the 17 years that I was there, and this kind of really solidifies that thought process because of my desire to return. It’s an exciting time,” Cubbage told The Daily’s Brad Fauber earlier this month. “I’ll be honest, it is mixed feelings. I’m a Page County alumni, I live in Page County, and so when I left Stonewall to come back here, I truly came home. It’s a really strange feeling. I’ve got a lot of friendships here, but it’s almost like I’m going back home to Stonewall too…”

Cubbage fills a role left vacant when Mike Lenox was named assistant principal at Peter Muhlenburg Middle School in Woodstock. Lenox, a former baseball coach for the Generals, had held the position since 2017.



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