Hopefully she can reclaim the glory of her days not only at Bozeman High but also at Montana State University.

406 MT Sports is reporting that Kati Mobley has been named the new head coach for the Bozeman Hawks girl's basketball team. Mobley comes from great success. Mobley played basketball at Montana State and was an assistant there for five years and has been serving as an assistant coach for the Bozeman Hawk's varsity boy's team and the head coach for the junior varsity team.

Mobley won three state championships for the Bozeman Hawks in the late 90's and went on to be one of the Montana State Bobcat women's basketball leading scorers and rebounders. She hopes to bring the same success she had back to the girl's basketball program.

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With Bozeman now having a cross town rivalry with Gallatin High and Belgrade High, competition at the AA level has risen drastically. Mobley wants to instill the fundamentals and hard work with her team and that will lead to team success.

We can't wait to see what Kati Mobley can do for the Bozeman girl's basketball team starting next year. Mobley is an icon not only in the basketball community but in the Bozeman community as well and will probably get the fan base excited.

We wish her nothing but success and can't wait for next season and see her bring basketball glory back to Bozeman High.

For more details, check out 406 MT Sports.

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