By Tim Peterson
(City of Industry) – Former Northview quarterback Oscar Robles, who has spent the last four years as a Viking assistant, has been named the head coach at Workman.
The Lobos went 4-6 last year.
Robles graduated from Northview in 2009 and also played at Waldorf University through 2014.
” I’m very happy and blessed to become the new head coach of Workman high. I grew up down the street from Workman until I was about 12, so it feels kind of fun to come back to the area where I grew up. My ultimate goal was to become a head coach eventually down the line, but I was able to have an amazing opportunity sooner than expected and I’ve always enjoyed the challenge of something new,” Robles said. “Coach (Marcel) Perez has done a great job mentoring myself as a coach for the past 4 years, and I’m very thankful to have been able to learn how to build and guide a successful program in the right direction from him.”