Marquis Ross, who has been one of Idahos top leaders in high school athletic administration for the past 35 years, was inducted into the fourth hall of fame class of the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association last month in San Antonio. Ross retired in 2010 after serving in two school districts and directing the states athletic directors organization. Ross began his athletic administration career in 1978 at Lowell Scott Junior High in Boise. In 1987, Ross became athletic administrator at Centennial High during which time he was a member of the Idaho High School Activities Association state football scheduling committee. In 2000, Ross became athletic administrator of the Nampa School District and, in 2001, he was chosen executive director of the Idaho Athletic Administrators Association (IAAA) and served in that position until his retirement.