Staff report

Prosper ISD this month announced that it has filled several high-profile coaching and teaching staff position at Rock Hill High School.

The campus, which is under construction at 16061 Coit Road in Frisco, is scheduled to open in August.

Mark Humble, formerly the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Frisco’s Lone Star High School, was scheduled to start earlier this month as Rock Hill’s head football coach and campus coordinator.

More than 300 people applied for the position, according to Prosper ISD Athletic Director Valerie Little.

Humble “possesses the qualities we look for in a leader in Prosper ISD,” Little said, adding that the coach “has influenced and mentored hundreds of kids across the Metroplex in both high school and college programs.”

During his youth, Humble was part of the state championship-winning team at Killeen High School before going on to play quarterback for Southern Methodist University. After earning a bachelor’s degree in history and communications, he spent three years coaching the Mustang’s running backs while also earning a master’s degree.

Humble has more than two decades of coaching experience and 18 years of teaching experience under his belt, with stops at Southlake Carroll, Plano East, Keller and Grand Prairie high schools.

The district also named Angel Mauterer as Rock Hill’s head volleyball coach and assistant campus coordinator.

Since 2018, Mauterer has served as Prosper High School’s assistant volleyball coach and track coach.

As a high school student at Mt. Carmel Academy in New Orleans, Mauterer was a member of the school’s state championship-winning volleyball team and was named the tournament’s MVP as well as Louisiana’s player of the year.

She went on to earn a degree in kinesiology and health promotion after completing her undergraduate work at McNeese State University and Southeastern Louisia University. She later served as an assistant coach at Jacksonville State University in Alabama and earned a master’s degreee from the University of North Texas.

Prior to arriving at Prosper, she was head volleyball coach and women’s athletic coordinator at Lake Dallas High School, and spent a dozen years at Creekview High School in Carrollton as head volleyball coach and athletic coordinator.

At those schools, Mauterer’s teams made 10 playoff appearances, won two district titles and she was twice named district coach of the year.

JP Wilson has been named director of bands for Rock Hill.

For seven years, he has served as associate director of bands at Hebron High School, where the marching band won silver medals at the 2014 and 2016 UIL 6A state marching contests.

In 2015 and 2019, Hebron’s band was awarded bronze medals at the Bands of America Grand Nationals competitions.

Concert ensembles under Wilson’s direction have also won UIL sweepstakes awards.

“Mr. Wilson’s experience at Hebron High School, a perennial name at the top of any concert or marching band contest at the state and national level for the past decade, has prepared him for his new role,” said Prosper ISD’s Director of Fine Arts John Alstrin.

For three years Wilson, who graduated from Texas Christian University with a degree in music education, taught at Legacy High School in Mansfield.

Each summer, the Frisco resident serves as leadership and drum major director for the TCU Leadership Experince in Fort Worth. He has also taught camps at University of Texas at Arlington, Texas A&M Kingsville and Idaho State University.

“JP brings enthusiasm, passion, and a character-first approach to the Blue Hawk Band program and Rock Hill High School,” Alstrin said. “I have no doubt that the Friday night football energy will remain as high and engaging as it’s ever been and that the Prosper standards of excellence at half time, contests and on the concert stage will all continue to flourish and grow under his leadership.”