Coach Kyle Humphreys begins his 6th year as Tompkins’ Baseballs Head Baseball Coach. Coach Humphreys comes to Tompkins High with a great wealth of experience and knowledge in all aspects of the game of baseball. Kyle graduated from Spring High School in 1998 where he made the 5A Associated All-Star selection, 1st Team All-Greater Houston selection & All-State on a team ranked #1 in the nation pre-season. While playing for Spring High School his team played in the Texas High School playoffs all 4 years. Upon graduation Kyle played for Blinn Junior College for 3 seasons. His team won the Conference Championship in 2001. After a successful season with Blinn Kyle moved on to Louisiana Tech for 2 years. Kyle was a 2nd team All-WAC selection his first year and he was also voted co-team captain by his teammates. Coach Humphreys will be entering his 11th year of coaching after stints at Waller High School and Spring High School. Achievements include: 2 back to back playoff appearances in 2009 and 2010. This was the first playoff appearance in 30 years for Waller High School. Additionally, Coach Humphreys was selected by his coaching peers to coach the 2009 Houston Area Baseball Coaching Association 4A North All-Star game. Kyle also coached his players to 33 All-District selections, 3 All-greater Houston selections, 3 Junior All-Star game selections, and 2 players selected to the MLB amateur draft in the top 10 rounds in 2012 and 2013. In Tompkins 1st season with seniors, they were able to take 3rd place in district and compete in the playoffs for the first time in school history in 2016. In 2017, the Falcons went a step further and were Area Finalists in the playoffs. Last season, the Falcons clinched their first ever District Championship and made it to the Regional Quarterfinals. The 2018 season was a record breaking year, with 4 All State player selections, 9 All District selections, a Junior All Star game selection, and a Sophomore selected to play in the Sophomore Sunbelt "Team Texas". We could not have had this success without a great coaching staff and outstanding administration here at Obra D. Tompkins. Coach Humphreys will be teaching Geometry here at the high school for his 13th year and is married to his beautiful wife Hayley and they have a daughter, Kinsley (5), and twin boys Lucas and Jacob (2).
Coach Weaston grew up in Rosenberg, TX where he attended B.F. Terry High School. He lettered in both baseball and football. Coach Weaston then attend Sam Houston State University where he majored in Kinesiology and minored in Mathematics. He has been coaching baseball and football for the last 14 years. He has two daughters Samantha (10) and Madison (7). Coach Weaston's wife Amy is an English teacher and cheerleading coach at Seven Lakes High school.
Coach David Gonzales is in his fifth year at Tompkins. David grew up in Fort Worth and is a graduate of Texas State University in San Marcos. Coach Gonzales has coached at Houston Westside HS and Alief Elsik HS prior to coming to Tompkins. He served as the head Coach at Houston Westside HS in 2011. In total, he has 11 years of experience as a high school baseball coach and 15 total years as a coach and educator. He has enjoyed numerous playoff appearances with some deep playoff runs. Additionally, Coach Gonzales has been blessed to coach some amazing athletes that play collegiately at all levels. Coach Gonzales has a passion for coaching and working with student-athletes. He teaches World History and during the football season he coaches the defensive line. Off campus you will find him spending time with his wife, Kristi, and two children, Gabriella and Tyler. Coach Gonzales has enjoyed being part of helping develop a winning culture at Tompkins and is excited for the future of the Falcon Baseball program.
Coach Maddox comes from Jersey Village, TX where he attended Jersey Village High School lettering in both football and baseball. He attended Blinn Junior College and Sam Houston State University where he majored in History. This is Coach Maddox’s 4th year coaching football and baseball. Previously he was the varsity baseball assistant at Alief Taylor High School.