Mexico High School Introduces New Head Coach For Girls Basketball And New Head Coach For Volleyball

The Mexico High School is announcing two new head coaches for the upcoming school year.

Makenzie Mudd is stepping into the role of head coach for the Mexico Lady Bulldogs Basketball team.

Coach Mudd has nine years of coaching experience with the Lady Bulldogs, five of which she served under Ed Costley as an assistant coach.

During her time as an assistant she helped coach the Lady Bulldogs to two North Central Missouri Conference titles.

Coach Mudd is a Language Arts teacher at Mexico Middle School.

She is a 2018 graduate of William Woods University with a Master’s in Education and 2013 graduate of University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Science in Education.

Coach Mudd is a 2009 graduate of Mexico High School.

Mexico Lady Bulldog Volleyball is announcing RaShonda Willis as the new head coach,

Coach Willis was a collegiate volleyball player at Blackburn College for four years.

Along with playing volleyball at Blackburn College, she also played four years of basketball and one year of softball.

Along with her career as a player Coach Willis has coached volleyball for six years.

Most recently serving as an assistant coach for the Lady Bulldog Volleyball team.

Coach Willis is an Elementary Teacher at Hawthorne.

She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration and Economics form Blackburn College, and her Masters in Business Administration from Lindenwood University.

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