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Prince Georges Storm Youth Association

Our Leaders

We are here to provide you and your family with the best youth experience possible! We are proud to bring you a group of highly accomplished coaches and administrators. Read the bios below to learn more about your coach and other leaders in our community.

 

Ronald Gray

Founder / President

Phone: 240-997-3067
Email:  president@pgstorm.com


After serving as a head football coach in Washington, DC for a number of years, Mr. Ronald Gray realized that young people needed to be taught more than just the fundamentals of football. They deserved to have their hearts encouraged, their minds challenged, and their souls fed. Consequently, Mr. Gray founded Prince George's Storm Youth Association in 2002 to "Teach the Generation" (Psalm 78: 1-7). 
 

T. J. Thomas
Cheer Director

Phone: 301-325-9522
Email:  stormcheer@pgstorm.com

T. J. is in her 11th year as Cheer Director and Head Coach.  She’s a former high school and college cheerleader.  She coached over 15 years at the collegiate level.  She has received numerous awards throughout her cheerleading career as well as her coaching career.  Coach T’s motto:  “It Takes a Village to Raise a Child”.   My staff & I stand ready to help your little lady be best that she can be on and off the field/court.

LaKeisha Baylor

Registration Coordinator

Email:  lakeisha@pgstorm.com


Mrs. Baylor has been serving with the Storm for 9 years.  She came to the Storm because her son wanted to play football. And after completing his first season, she knew she wanted to serve. Mrs. Baylor has been the Team Administrator for various age groups over the past 8 years and this will be her third year serving as Registration Coordinator. She look forward to working with you and your athletes. 

William Goodwine

Head Coach
Email:  coachgoodwine@pgstorm.com


Coach William Goodwine has been coaching football for 14 years. He has coached every age group between age 5 to age 15. A college graduate with a degree in Construction Management. Playing experience with DeMatha Catholic High School and North Carolina A&T State University. 
 

Vondell McKenzie

Head Coach

 


 

Rudy Alston

Head Coach

Email:  coachrudy@pgstorm.com


 

Cornell "Corey" Lewis

Assistant Coach

Coach Corey came to PG Storm in 2013 when his son joined the PG Storm flag team. The following year, he was recommended by the flag head coach to be a head coach for a Spring flag team. Since that season, he has served the Storm family as coach for many flag and tackle teams, including Tiny Mites, 6U, and 8U. His heart lays primarily with players ages six to eight, teaching the fundamentals of football. He is married with two children and a
regular member of The Word of God Baptist Church in UniversityPark, MD.
 

Ronald Turner

Assistant Coach


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Coach Ronald Turner, better known as “Coach Tee” in the local football community.  He has been involved with football as a player and/or coach for over 40 years.  He fell in love with the essence of football at the age of six.   He played with a couple of the boys and girls club in Roanoke, Virginia until he took his talents to Middle School.  Coach Tee went on to play High School Football for William Fleming Senior High as a two year starter, then played one season at Norfolk State University before life took a turn and he had to enter the workforce.  He currently plays and coaches a men’s flag football team (over 15 years) that competes in Bowie, MD.

Serving in a coaching capacity for over 7 years, has lead him to coach at District Heights, Capitol Heights (Head Coach) and now at PG Storm.  Coach Tee was also the Head coach for the Semi Pro- Upper Marlboro Nakotas for one season after realizing that he wanted to reach the kids at the earliest level. Coaching kids would allow him to help develop good work habits and make falling in love with football fun.  When it comes to football, Respect, Commitment and Discipline are three of the must haves that Coach Tee loves to teach. There aren’t too many more pleasures for a coach, than watching a group of youngster execute a plan that you helped lay out. The game is the essence of team execution and discipline. 

 

Brian Baylor

Assistant Coach
 

Elliot Andrews, Sr.

Assistant Coach