Bill Kapp has been a coach of various sports for many years, but this year he has taken on his first job as an athletic director at Rosemont High School.
Kapp said he was informed within the last two weeks that he received the job and has been busy getting things ready for the school year ever since.
"I have been making sure every kid has a physical and grade checks - just being sure each and ever player out there is safe and ready to go," Kapp said.
Beyond that, Kapp has been keeping up communication between coaches and scheduling meetings to keep constructive conversations moving.
Among softball coaching Kapp has also coached baseball and tennis.
In 2006, before his time at Rosemont High School, Kapp was the varsity baseball coach at Natomas High School.
Since he started at Rosemont High School, Kapp said he has worked closely with former athletic director Paul Martinez.
"This year my main focus is trying to fill the shoes of Martinez," Kapp said. "It is going to be pretty tough, but I just want to continue the success he paved the way for during his time here."
Kapp said during Martinez's time at Rosemont High he led about 19 league championships and 53 playoff appearances.
Kapp's main goal this year is to keep Rosemont High School's athletic department the best it can be and the best in the area.
"I just want to keep kids focused in the classrooms and hope that continues onto the field," he said. "If we work hard this year it will pay off."