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Antwon Stevenson leaves Glenn (North Carolina) after nine seasons

Stevenson coached a total of 23 years at the school

Antwon Stevenson has been a mainstay at Glenn High School for over two decades. 

Now, he will be exiting after being a part of the Bobcats after 23 years. 

According to the HighSchoolOT's Joel Bryant, Stevenson is stepping down as the high school head football coach after nine campaigns. As an assistant and head coach, Stevenson has been at the school a total of 23. 

The last couple of seasons for Stevenson have been tough, with the Bobcats going 6-14 between 2022-2023. Down below is a statement from Glenn High School's athletic department. 

"The Glenn Athletic Department would like to thank Coach Antwon Stevenson for his year's of service to Glenn HS. He has spent his entire 23 year coaching career at Glenn and was an instrumental part of several of our athletic programs. While he will be missed we wish him nothing but good fortune in his future endeavors."

Per the report, Stevenson will soon be named the head coach of a new program by early next week. 

-- Andy Villamarzo | | @sblivenc