Rich Williams steps down at J.M. Robinson

CONCORD – After only two seasons at the helm of the J.M. Robinson football program, veteran coach Rich Williams has stepped down from that position.  Williams posted a 7-17 mark in his two seasons leading the Bulldogs, and has an overall coaching record of 79-109 that includes stops at West Stanly, and Northwest Cabarrus.

Robinson athletic director Wesley Harrington is taking resumes for the opening, click here for more information.

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