Cedar Park Girls
Head Coach Donny Ott
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Donny Ott comes to Cedar Park from North Crowley HS in Fort Worth, where he has served as varsity coach for 3 years and coached the Lady Panthers to 23 wins in 2016-2017. At North Crowley, Coach Ott previously served as Associate Head Coach for boys basketball for 5 seasons and was also named NCHS Teacher of the Year in 2009-10 and TX 5A Assistant Coach of the Year in 2012-13. He also served successful stints as head coach in Cuero, Walnut Springs, and Grapeland. Coach Ott's passion for teaching basketball has led him to organize and run basketball camps all over the country including a 12 year run as camp coordinator for the TX Association of Basketball Coaches' Camp.
Coach Ott and his wife, Carissa, are both teachers and have been married for 5 years. They have a beautiful 3 year old daughter, Sienna, and are both looking forward to joining Timberwolf Nation at Cedar Park High School.
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Kami Williamson has been the Girls Coordinator/Head Girls basketball coach at Eldorado High School the past four years. Prior to Eldorado, she was the Girls Coordinator/Head Girls Basketball coach at Menard High School for 8 years. During that run, she led her teams to the playoffs 9 of those 12 years, including a Regional Quarterfinal appearance, an Area championship and several Bi-District Championships. Coach Williamson was selected as Class A All-West Texas Coach of the Year while at Menard and District Coach of the Year while at Eldorado. Coach Williamson played collegiate basketball at both West Texas A&M and Angelo State University. At ASU, she was a Division II Second Team All-Region Player as well as the Lone Star Conference South Division Player of the Year in 2003. Following her collegiate playing career, she was the Graduate Assistant Basketball Coach at Angelo State for two seasons. Coach Williamson is extremely excited about joining the Lady Timberwolves family and helping continue in the tradition and success of the program.
J. R. Romero joined the Cedar Park family in 2012. This is his 11th year of coaching and teaching, and his 6th year here at Cedar Park High School. Coach Romero graduated from Lubbock Estacado High School where he lettered in Football, Basketball, Baseball, Power Lifting, and Wrestling. He then graduated from Lubbock Christian University where he majored in Education with an emphasis in Social Studies. Coach Romero has a record of 128 wins and 14 losses in his previous 5 years coaching basketball here at Cedar Park. Coach Romero is from Lubbock, TX, and comes from a lineage of educators and coaches. Coach Romero is very blessed to be at Cedar Park, and he is excited about this upcoming season with Coach Ott.
Brittany Hernandez is an Assistant Volleyball and Basketball coach; as well as Culinary Instructor here at CPHS. She is in her ninth year of coaching which includes Georgetown ISD, private schools, and club volleyball organizations. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Coach Hernandez graduated from Clements H.S. where she participated in volleyball, basketball, and track. During high school, she also played club volleyball for Texas Elite where her team earned a bronze medal at the Junior Olympic National Volleyball Championship. Coach Hernandez earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Sport and Fitness Management while attending Troy University on a volleyball scholarship. In her four years at Troy University, she was president of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee, on the Academic Commissioner’s List, Trojan Athlete of the year, and became a record holder for the Trojan Volleyball Team. She continued her education at the University of Houston, earning a Master’s Degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management. Coach Hernandez has enjoyed her time as a Timberwolf and is excited to continue her passion for teaching important life skills that our athletes will use beyond their sport.