Cy Springs Coaching History – Varsity Wires

Cy Springs Coaching History

 

 

Robert Blackshear

1998-2007

What would end up being the first of two Cy Fair ISD programs he would open, Robert Blackshear launched the Cy Springs football team into a swirl of average performances during their first four seasons. Following a 1-9 dud in 2002, Blackshear and the Panthers followed it up with what has been the best football performance in the school’s history to date, as they captured the district title and won their first playoff game. Not much of the success would be built upon, as Cy Springs rattled off four straight losing seasons before Blackshear left to open Cy Lakes in 2008.

Career Coaching Statistics
YEAR WIN LOSS TIE W% PLAYOFF RECORD PLAYOFF RESULT
1998 4 6 .400 0-0 Did Not Qualify
1999 7 3 .700 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2000 4 6 .400 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2001 4 6 .400 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2002 1 9 .100 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2003 8 4 .667 1-1 Eliminated in 2nd Round
2004 3 7 .300 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2005 1 9 .100 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2006 1 9 .100 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2007 2 8 .200 0-0 Did Not Qualify
TOTALS 35 67 0 .343 1-1


 

 

 

 

 

Roland Gonzalez

2008-2011

Hired to try and turn around a program suffering through four consecutive losing seasons, the brief tenure of Roland Gonzalez started off slow and finished with an implosion. Ending up on the negative end of the Hurricane Ike shortened 2008 campaign with a 4-5 mark, the Panthers finished 2009 with a lackluster 4-6 year. From there things went from bad to worst, as Cy Springs fell apart in 2010 with a 2-8 mark and then bottomed out the next year, posting their first winless season in a disastrous 2011 campaign. Gonzalez resigned at the end of the year to take a coaching position at Victoria East High School.

Career Coaching Statistics
YEAR WIN LOSS TIE W% PLAYOFF RECORD PLAYOFF RESULT
2008 4 5 .444 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2009 4 6 .400 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2010 2 8 .200 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2011 0 10 .000 0-0 Did Not Qualify
TOTALS 10 29 0 .256 0-0


 

 

 

 

 

Rick Cobia

2012-2017

In the midst of eight straight losing seasons, Cy Springs hired a familiar face back in Rick Cobia, who spent time as an assistant coach with Langham Creek and Cy Falls during the majority of the 1990’s. Essentially tasked with having to rebuild the Panthers football program from the ground up, Cobia led the team to a 1-9 record during his debut in 2012, their lone win coming against 0-10 Cy Lakes. And with a sudden a vengeance not seen in years, the Panthers came flying out of the gate in 2013, rocketing to a 3-0 start and a share of first place before dropping their next seven in a row to conclude the year. Largely seen as a success however, Cobia and Cy Springs attempted to pull their good fortunes into 2014. While their record remained the same 3-7, three of their seven losses were by two possessions or less. So while Cobia and the Panthers continued to look for that elusive winning record and playoff spot, success was slowly mounting before left after the 2017 season.

Career Coaching Statistics
YEAR WIN LOSS TIE W% PLAYOFF RECORD PLAYOFF RESULT
2012 1 9 .100 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2013 3 7 .300 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2014 3 7 .300 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2015 3 7 .300 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2016 3 7 .300 0-0 Did Not Qualify
2017 4 5 .444 0-0 Did Not Qualify
TOTALS 17 42 0 .288 0-0


 

 

Charles Rohan

2018-present

After the conclusion of the 2017 season, Rick Cobia announced his retirement from high school teaching and athletics.  Defensive coordinator Charles Rohan filled the coaching void shortly after Cobia’s retirement.  Charles Rohan looks to put the Panthers back on the map after missing the playoffs for the 14th consecutive season, the longest playoff drought among all Cy-Fair ISD teams.

Career Coaching Statistics
YEAR WIN LOSS TIE W% PLAYOFF RECORD PLAYOFF RESULT
2018 1 9 .100 0-0- Did Not Qualify
TOTALS 1 9 0 .100 0-0


RED indicates district championship season