Athletic Mission Statement
It is our mission to build strong relationships and cultivate confidence and skills of all our student-athletes academically, socially, emotionally, athletically, and spiritually. We will embrace the ideals of commitment, perseverance, and selflessness. We will serve our community as a positive, powerful, and productive force for our district, and families.
Head Football Coach
Quincy will be entering his twelfth year in education as the Boys Athletic Coordinator at Manor New Tech High School. Born in Austin and raised in Manor, Quincy loves the outdoors, fishing, hunting and sports. Quincy has been honored to join his hometown coaching staff back in 2013 where he has been able to give back to the place that gave so much to him. Opening a new chapter as the Boys Athletic Coordinator and joining the New Tech High School family here in Manor, Quincy is extremely excited to serve the young men and women in this district. Quincy has taught Web Technology, Computer Maintenance, Computer Repair, Computer Programming, Dim and Animation at his previous schools. Quincy will also be joining the Coaching staff as the Head Football Coach. Quincy is also a Veteran of the United States Army where he served on various deployments. Joining Quincy at MNTMS, will be his son Jackson (14) Bailey Rae (8) and wife of 15 years, Lisa.
Assistant Head Football Coach
Football Defensive Coordinator
Hello, my name is Jaime Cerda and I am entering my 22nd year in education. I have taught in the fields of Special Education and Physical Education. In addition, I have coached almost every sport the UIL has to offer. I believe athletics can be an integral role in the education process, can help students learn to work as a team, set individual goals, and build self-confidence.
My passion is coaching football and I have had the good fortune to coach many student athletes that have played collegiately. I have been a part of successful programs that have made the state playoffs at the following schools: Smithson Valley High School, Brookshire Royal High School, and Rocksprings High School.
In 2014, I was voted by my peers and students the teacher of the year at my campus while I was employed with Georgetown ISD. I value education and I believe our student-athletes at Manor New Tech High School are receiving a quality education by one of the leading high schools in Texas.
I am excited about starting the athletic program at Manor New Tech High School and I believe that together, we can make our community proud of our program. Starting a new program will be tough, so everyone be prepared “to roll up your sleeves and get to work”
Go Tech….Go TITANS!!
Football Offensive Coordinator
Head Basketball Coach
Juan Marshall was born in Louisville, KY, but moved to Killeen, TX when he was five years old. His father served 21 years in the US Army, and his mother taught school in Killeen for 30 years. Coach Marshall attended Ellison HS, where he graduated in 1988.
Coach Marshall attended the University of Texas at Austin, and graduated from the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor with a degree in sociology. While at UMHB, he walked on with the Crusader basketball team, playing for two seasons before becoming a student assistant coach in 1994-95, when UMHB made its first-ever appearance in the NAIA national tournament. He then went to Eastern Kentucky University, earning a master’s degree in recreation and park administration.
After 7 years in sports media as a radio broadcaster and newspaper sports editor, Marshall returned to the coaching ranks in Killeen as a middle school coach. His high school career began in 2006 at Shoemaker HS as a freshman football and basketball coach, then moved to Hendrickson HS in Pflugerville, where he coached wide receivers, basketball and baseball. He took the head basketball job at Ozona HS in 2010 for a season, then came back to Central Texas at Jarrell, Thrall, and Austin Travis. In his career, Coach Marshall’s teams have won five district championships, made 14 playoff appearances, reached the regional semifinals three times, and had numerous regional qualifiers in powerlifting and track.
Coach Marshall has been married to his wife, Anna, for 22 years. They have a son and a daughter.
Football DB Coach
Ian joins Manor New Tech High School as the Titan's defensive secondary and wide receiver's coach. After a five year stint in Del Valle ISD, where he taught in various grade levels and coached multiple sports, he is excited to be returning to the district where his career began. Originally from Pensacola, Florida; Ian has been a member of the Manor community for over eight years. During that time, he graduated from Texas State University and worked in a couple of surrounding school districts. Ian is looking forward to using his history and political science degree to teach social studies at MNTHS. When not keeping up with current events or watching Oakland Raider football, Ian enjoys playing guitar and piano. Ian is extremely excited about being a Titan assistant coach for two of his favorite sports: basketball and track.
Coach Kevin Ramm is in his 14th year of coaching and is excited about the opportunity to start the Baseball program at Manor New Tech. In addition to his coaching duties, Coach Ramm works as a Math Teacher for the high school teaching Algebra 1 and College Prep Math. Last year, he was an assistant Football and Baseball coach at Pflugerville High School. Prior to that, he was at Taylor High School for 12 years where he coached Tennis and Baseball.
Before his teaching career, Coach Ramm attended LeTourneau University where he graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics and was a three-year member on the baseball team as a Catcher.
Coach Ramm is a graduate of Pflugerville High School. He now resides in Pflugerville with his wife, Nickie, and his three daughters, Addison (11), Avery (9), and Aubrie (5).
This will be Coach Rubio's 10th year of coaching and his sixth year with Manor ISD. Coach Rubio will be coaching Football this coming year. He graduated from Howard Payne University in May of 2001, earning a degree in Kinesiology. Kenneth spent two years coaching in the Rio Grand Valley, two years in Marshall Texas and one year in Marble Falls. Coach Rubio is excited about the opportunity to coach football at Manor New Tech this season and looks forward to a great year.
Tayo Adeboyejo will be starting his fourth year as an educator at Manor New Tech High School where he has taught science courses such as Biology, Medical Microbiology, and Food Science. He was born and raised in a Nigerian household in Cedar Hill, Texas (just outside of downtown Dallas). He also attended 3-time football state champs Cedar Hill High School and went on to study Biology and music at Texas State University in which he received his Bachelors of Science in Biology. Coach Adeboyejo is passionate about education, family, music, and cooking. He grew up in a family of athletes and played soccer for most of his early years. Most notably has a younger brother, Quincy Adeboyejo, who currently plays for the Baltimore Ravens. Coach Adeboyejo is excited to be starting his first year of coaching at MNTHS!