Marion County High School would like to welcome Coach Kasey Woodlee to Lady Warrior Basketball, as its new Head Coach.
Coach Woodlee is a 1998 graduate of Grundy County High School where she played basketball for 4 years. She excelled for the Lady Jackets being named All District (4 years), All Region (4 years), and All State (2 years.) In 1998, Coach Woodlee was part of the team who won the AA State Tournament and in 4 years the team's overall record was 118-9.
After high school graduation, Kasey continued to pursue her love of the game of basketball by playing at the collegiate level at South Alabama, Cleveland State, and Lee University. While finishing up her Masters Degree, Kasey went back home to Grundy and was an assistant coach for the Lady Jackets for 4 years and a head coach for 4 more. After being promoted to a Principal in Grundy County, she got out of coaching for a short time.
Kasey was then selected as the head basketball coach at Sequatchie County High School where she coached for 3 years.
Kasey spearheaded the first youth basketball league in Grundy County and also continued that at Sequatchie County.
Coach Woodlee currently has a record of 105-64. Her teams have made it to the district tournament championship game 5 of her 7 years in coaching, winning 2 titles. Kasey has coaching experience from the youth league up to the high school level.
Coach Woodlee’s coaching philosophy is to have an environment that encourages athletes to learn and develop - on and off the court - and to create a positive learning environment in good and bad times.
Currently, Coach Woodlee is a Physical Education teacher for Marion County Schools Board of Education. She lives in Jasper with her fiancé Tim and son T.J.