Head Girls Track: Coach B Hollis
I graduated from Locust Fork High School in 1998 where I played volleyball, basketball, softball and ran track. I continued my basketball career for the next four years on a full scholarship to the University of Montevallo. While playing at UM, I received the following awards; 1998-1999 Highest Free Throw Percentage (ranking third overall in the Gulf South Conference), 1999-2000 The Hustle Award, 2000-2001 Team MVP, 2001-2002 Coach's Award. In the summer of 2002, I was named the head varsity girls softball coach and JV/middle school basketball coach at 3A, Ashville High School. From there I moved to a 6A school in Birmingham, Thompson High School, as the JV softball and basketball coach. My first varsity basketball position was offered in 2004 at 7A, Hewitt Trussville High School. In 2006-2007, I was named Girls Basketball Northeast Regional Coach of the Year. After moving to south Alabama in 2012, I coached four more years at the high school level including time as the head volleyball coach and Female Athletic Director at Baldwin County High School. In 2014, I received my M.A. in Instructional Leadership from Samford University. I have two sons, Jeremiah (13) and Jacob (9) that both play basketball and baseball. I accepted the Physical Education position at Denton Magnet School of Technology in January 2017. The following year, I was named head volleyball coach and Athletic Director at DMST. I currently coach volleyball and track at DMST while serving as the Physical Education teacher and Athletic Director and an assistant varsity girls basketball coach at Baker High School.