AHSAA, DragonFly Athletics Announce Plans to Begin Online Technology Training for Schools

MONTGOMERY – The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) and DragonFly Athletics announced today its new technology partner is making available online webinar training for member schools.

The AHSAA Central Board approved a transition from C2C Schools to DragonFly Content Management Software for member schools at its winter meeting last January. DragonFly will take over its role as the AHSAA’s technology partner to streamline administration of school sports and activities beginning June 1 for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.

Member schools can sign up for online webinar training at the following link:


The AHSAA and member schools will use DragonFly’s comprehensive management software for school and student eligibility and registration, medical records, communications, team rosters, team scheduling and credentialing for all interscholastic activities.

One  of   the  core objectives of  the  partnership  is  to  eliminate  excessive  paperwork  and processes. DragonFly is a single, centralized platform to handle all the AHSAA’s administrative needs.

“We are excited to be able to make DragonFly technology available to AHSAA member schools,” said AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese.  “This will create a one-stop portal for our member schools and our contest officials. We believe DragonFly is the perfect fit for the AHSAA and look forward to getting DragonFly up and running for our member schools. “

Dragonfly technology will provide a communication tool that will notify schools, officials, parents and fans when contests are scheduled or when necessary, the contests are changed or postponed. It will also provide schools the technology to pay contest officials online.

“DragonFly is much more than a technology company,” said Kirk Miller, chief executive officer of DragonFly. “We’re invested in youth sports and want to help the AHSAA in every facet of communication. Our software will give administrators the data they need in a timely fashion so they may improve the safety and experience of students.”

The new partnership is expected to be beneficial for everyone connected to sports and activities in Alabama.

“There are key people who make sports and activities possible, including administrators, teachers and coaches, healthcare providers, contest officials and parents,” said Miller. “Our software provides tools for all of them – while creating simplified and positive experience around previously mundane processes like paperwork. We’re especially proud that our technologies give athletic directors and coaches more of their time back to invest in students.”

To learn more about DragonFly Athletics visit www.dragonflymax.com or download the DragonFly Max App from the App Store or Google Play.