Robles steps down as Northwestern girls’ soccer coach

06/30/2014 5:51 PM

06/30/2014 5:52 PM

Jason Mouzon has been tabbed to take over the Northwestern High School girls’ soccer program.

His promotion comes on the heels of Cesar Robles’ resignation to pursue other coaching opportunities in the community. Mouzon has been the head junior varsity coach for the past three seasons.

Robles took over the Trojan girls’ soccer program in 2005. During his tenure at the helm of the program, the Trojans appeared in 10 postseason tournaments. He led the Trojans to three region championships (2005, 2012, 2013), and the native of Mexico was named Region Coach of the Year three times as result of the championship seasons. Robles served as head coach for the North squad in the 2010 North-South All-Star game.

Prior to joining the Northwestern coaching staff, Mouzon spent two years as the head boys’ soccer coach at Batesburg-Leesville High School. In 2010, Mouzon led the Panthers to a state championship.

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