Guyer High School Girls' Basketball Camps
Coach Kilgore is in her third year at Guyer and is the girls head coach. Aimee is from Amarillo, Texas and grew-up with a strong West Texas basketball influence and philosophy. She played basketball in high school at Canyon-Randall and in college at Angelo State University. Coach Kilgore is certified in Special Education, Physical Education and Family and Consumer Science. She teaches Dollars and Sense, as well as Partner PE. She loves that every day she gets to come to work where the bottom-line is the “KIDS!”
Prior to joining the Lady Wildcat coaching staff, Coach Kilgore spent 19 years working in corporate America in various management roles. She is the proud wife of Hobert Kilgore III, a Special Education teacher and girls coach at Crownover MS, and mom to Kason and Braydon. AND, the daughter of an amazing MOM, Cathy Roberts, who can be found at any gym Guyer is playing in with Braydon not far behind.
Lisa Williams is in her 18th year of coaching, and her first at Guyer High School. She is a native of Amarillo, Texas where she played for and graduated from Amarillo High School. She played collegiate basketball at Odessa College, and later at the University of Texas-El Paso (UTEP) majoring in Business Management. After a few years in banking, Coach Williams began her coaching career in Amarillo, Texas before moving to Denton, Texas. At Guyer, Coach Williams will teach Physical Education and coach Lady Wildcat Basketball.
Coach Harden is a native of Lake Dallas, 3 yr lettermen in basketball and volleyball. She attended Texas Women’s University, receiving a bachelor of Science in Community Health. After college she was hired as a teacher aid, working at Ann Windle, Wilson, and Pecan Creek elementary. In 2007 McMath Middle School where she taught 6th grade science and coached volleyball, basketball, and track. In 2012, Coach Harden joined the wildcat family as a freshmen basketball and volleyball coach. She was later promoted to varsity assistant and for the last year 1 has been interim head coach for Guyer Volleyball.
BS, Physical Education Southwestern College Winfield, Kansas 2008
MS, Exercise Science Oklahoma State University Stillwater, Oklahoma 2010
Certifications: National Strength & Conditioning Association, CSCS National Academy of Sports Medicine, PES
Coaching Experience: Intern: Oklahoma State University (softball, soccer, equestrian) 2009-2010
Intern: The University of Alabama (softball, women’s basketball, and golf) 2011
Asst. Sports Performance Coach: Stanford University (women’s basketball, synchronized swimming) 2012-2013
Coach Floyd is in his 12th year of teaching and this is his first year at Denton Guyer. Raised in Garland where he played basketball and golf at South Garland High School, he attended Texas A&M University and the University of North Texas before beginning his career in Denton at Strickland Middle School. He has spent the last 7 years as a football, basketball, track and soccer coach in Frisco.
Coach Floyd teaches Sociology and World History. He is married and has two daughters at Nelson and Crownover that are excited to eventually be Lady Wildcats.
Coach Fifer, a native of Guyer High School, will serve her first year as a volleyball coach for the Lady Wildcats in the fall of 2017. Kaylee graduated from Guyer High School in 2010 and was a part of the first team to earn a ticket to the playoffs. In addition to three years of playoff action, Kaylee was named to the TGCA All-Star Team her senior year, was on the TGCA All-State Conference 4A Team three years in a row, nominated as the All-Area Setter of the Year two times, and All-Area/All-District MVP in 2008. After representing Guyer, she received a full scholarship to play volleyball and attend Colgate University in Upstate New York. While at Colgate, Kaylee was a four-year letter winner, served as the team's captain in her final two years as a Raider and gained the Patriot League Championship Title and first NCAA Tournament berth for the University in 20 years in 2012. After graduating from Colgate in 2014 with a B.A. in History and Studio Art, she moved back south and attended Texas Christian University where she worked for the volleyball program, both indoor and beach, and went back to school to obtain another degree. While serving as the graduate assistant for TCU, Kaylee was able to learn how to coach and mentor athletes at a high level, attend a NCAA tournament as a coach and receive her Master of Liberal Arts degree by 2016. Upon graduation, Kaylee then moved back to Denton as a full-time Volleyball Assistant for the University of North Texas, playing a role in the program’s recruiting, player development, budgeting and summer camp organization. Currently, Kaylee has decided to make the coaching move to high school where it all started for her. Kaylee will be teaching within the Art program at Guyer.