Brock resigns as Charlotte head coach



Jason Brock coaches the Trojanettes during their 40-30 win over Junction in the bi-district round of playoffs to snap a 17-year streak without a playoff win. SAM FOWLER | PLEASANTON EXPRESS

Jason Brock coaches the Trojanettes during their 40-30 win over Junction in the bi-district round of playoffs to snap a 17-year streak without a playoff win. SAM FOWLER | PLEASANTON EXPRESS

Charlotte High School will be without their Head Coach this fall after Jason Brock resigned from his coaching position with the Trojans and Trojanettes on Monday, July 27.

Brock stepped down from his post for family reasons.

He was 5-5 on the football field and led the Trojanettes to their first district title and playoff win in 17 years during his year at the helm of each program.

Brock took the reins at Charlotte as the Head football Coach in July 2019 after serving as an assistant at Sweetwater High School, a Class 4A program near Abilene, for the 2018-2019 school year. He was thrust into the same role with the Trojanettes basketball team after Jeremy Mills resigned from Charlotte in the middle of the volleyball season in 2019.

Brock spent time at schools like San Angelo Central, Cameron Yoe, Comanche and Bandera prior to his arrival at Charlotte last year.

Athletic Director Shawn Vowell will take over football and girl’s basketball.

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