Since 1972, Peach State Basketball Officials Association (PSBOA) has been the leader in Georgia high school basketball officiating. PSBOA officials are highly sought after by the GHSA to work all levels of the State Tournament and Finals Games.
The leadership board has over 100 years of high-level officiating experience. Our association includes some of the Top High School, NCAA, and D-League officials.
Learning how to officiate the "right way" is the cornerstone of our success. Our membership also includes the Top Rules Interpreter for High School Basketball, IAABO, and American Basketball Association (ABA), Ray McClure. Ray teaches basketball rules worldwide and is the go-to person on rules interpretations.
If you're looking to join an association that is highly professional, no politics, cutting-edge training, in-house rules interpreters, and a stellar reputation with the GHSA, we are the only choice for you!
We Look Forward to Meeting You at Our Pre-Season Meetings!
President - Mike Alexander
Mike began his officiating career while a student at Georgia Tech in the intramural program. Upon graduation he continued in recreation leagues until he returned to Georgia where he began working as a GHSA official in the 92/93 season. He has served in various roles on the BOD of Peach State during this time. Mike’s vocation is as a Sales Director in the southeastern US for an international steel manufacturer. Mike is married and has 2 young adult children.
Vice President/Director of Training - Curtis Pierce
Curtis was born and raised in the state of Georgia. He began refereeing in 1989 in various recreational leagues and worked his way up to the High School level. He has been a member of the GHSA for 26 years. He has been fortunate enough to work several region and state championships games. He became a member of Peach State Basketball Officials Association in 2012 and was appointed director of training this year.
Corresponding Secretary - Dru Jenkins
Dru began his officiating career while a student at James Madison University in the intramural program. Following graduation Dru moved to Atlanta to begin working at Georgia Tech's Campus Recreation Center, where he served for 10 years as an Intramural Coordinator. In his role as Intramural Coordinator Dru was responsible for training, scheduling and evaluating student officials in multiple sports. He has been a member of PSBOA since 2005 and was selected to serve as the sub-vasristy assignor to start the 2013 season as well as Secretary this past season. Dru currently works in the Sports Broadcasting field.
Assigning Secretary -Kelcey Roegiers
Kelcey began her officiating career ten years ago, after completing a successful collegiate (Georgia State) and professional (Sweden) playing career. Having the playing background, officiating came a lot easier for her. She began working as an GHSA official in the'08-'09 season, Division II in '09-'10, and Division I in '10-'11. Kelcey has served in various roles on the BOD of Peach State during this time. Kelcey is dedicated to helping officials progress in this industry. She spends a great deal of time outside of work mentoring other officials and working on her own craft.. Kelcey's vocation is the Senior AD- Senior Woman Administrator at Georgia State University in Athletics.
Treasurer -Don Zuhlke
Don Zuhlke (born in Cooperstown, NY) is a high school basketball official with the GHSA via the Peach State Basketball Officials Association and a retired collegiate basketball official. He has served the PSBOA organization since 1993 and has held President, VP of Training, At-large Board member, and Treasurer positions during his tenure with the organization. A graduate of Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY, where he played Division I baseball all four years while being selected to the East Coast Collegiate Select Team and served in a support role for Coach Beilein’s Le Moyne College basketball program. After his first year of officiating high school basketball, he entered the collegiate ranks. Having retired from college officiating he has been assigned to the GHSA playoffs for over the past 15 years working numerous Championship and Semi-Final games.
Member at Large - Steve Schultz
Steve has been a high school basketball official for 26 years all with peach state basketball officials association. He has been married for 40 years and has 6 grown children and 5 grandchildren. He was a firefighter for 30 years and has been retired for 8 years.
Member at Large - Michael Morris
Member at Large - Charles Dunn
Charles has had a successful illustrious basketball career. He has officiated on all levels of basketball, i.e. high school, college and pro-am and has endured great success. He has been blessed to be chosen to officiate numerous tournaments on each level that he has been involved. He believes in sharing his time, talent and energy assisting other officials in their personal growth and development. Charles vocation is as a co-director of a non- profit organization that adheres to the development of at-risk youth. He is married and has an inspiring delightful daughter.
“With integrity, you have nothing to fear, since you have nothing to hide. With integrity, you will do the right thing, so you will have no guilt. No matter how educated, talented, rich or cool you believe you are, how you treat people ultimately tells all. Integrity is everything.”
Member at Large - Kevin Pace
I was born and raised in Marietta, GA the oldest son of a High School basketball coach where I fell in love with the game of basketball and Friday nights. I began my officiating career while attending Mississippi State University in 1996. I graduated from State in 2000 and moved home and started refereeing college basketball that year. In 2001 I started refereeing GHSA basketball and I have been fortunate to referee GHSA post season since 2004. I still have been a personal goal to referee the GHSA State Finals. Through the years I have been very fortunate to referee D1, D2, D3, and NAIA basketball. In My professional life I have worked 15 years at varies levels of customer service in and around the auto industry. I have been married to my wife Amy Pace, who I met while attending college in Starkville, MS. Amy has been teaching school for 16 years and we live in Dallas, GA with our two wonder young children, Wyatt (4) and Lucy (2).
Member at Large - Tori Durrett
Tori graduated from Georgia Southern University in 1999. She continued her basketball career playing in several Women’s Semi-Professional Basketball Leagues off and on for 9/10 years. She started officiating in 2011 with Peach State Basketball Official’s Group. Since 2014, she began officiating at the Collegiate Level in various conferences, such as Georgia JUCO, Peachbelt and Alabama JUCO, SIAC, and SAA. She is currently serving on the BOD as a Member at Large. Tori is presently in her 18th year of her teaching career.