Just a week after he led the Satellite High football team to the spring football game against the Holy Trinity, head coach Knox Robinson resigned.
The Scorpions head coach worked for four months. He is followed by coach Ted Kimiwho led the program for five years before resigning Jan. 18.
Robinson told Satellite sporting director TJ Gaddy that he was resigning for family reasons. Those interested in the vacancy can contact Gaudi by e-mail email@example.com. The dismissal took place on the last day of the school year.
Robinson was the coordinator of the Scorps offensive before he succeeded Kimi. He came to Satellite after two years as head coach at Lake Vir in Ocala.
Kimi brought the program to its best season in 2021 when the team won 10 games and advanced to the FHSAA regional playoff finals.
The program ended its spring season with more than 100 players. After winning 28-17 at Holy Trinity last week, Robinson said he was “very proud not only of the level of participation, but also of the energy and intensity of daily training. It’s hard for eight coaches to claim as many as a hundred players.”
In addition to Satellite, the offseason has seen a change of head coach for football programs at MCC, Merritt Island, Titusville and Viera.