Doug Robertson has resigned from his position as the head football coach at Page High School.

Doug Robertson has resigned from his position as the head football coach at Page High School.

According to HighSchoolOT, Doug Robertson has officially stepped down from his position as the head coach of the Page High School football team. Robertson served as the leader of the Pirates’ program for a total of four years.

Robertson assumed the position of Page’s coach prior to the 2020-2021 pandemic season. In the spring of 2021, Page had a record of 0-7. In the subsequent three seasons, Robertson’s teams had records of 4-7, 5-6, and 5-6. Under Robertson’s leadership, Page has made it to the playoffs in the last two seasons.

Robertson formerly held the position of head coach at Reidsville High from 2009 to 2011, where he led the team to a 2AA state championship win in 2009 and achieved an overall record of 37-8. In 2012, Robertson became head coach at Person County High, where the team had a 3-8 record. He then became the head coach at Eastern Guilford in 2013 and remained in that role until 2017. During his time at Eastern Guilford, Robertson led the Wildcats to the state championship game in 2016 and the regional final in the following year. His overall record at Eastern Guilford was 44-21. He also served as head coach at Thomasville High for two years (2018 and 2019), with a combined record of 16-8.

The head coach has a total career record of 114 wins and 71 losses.

The Reidsville native and alum was a two-time all-conference offensive lineman. He played while attending Guilford College as well. After graduating from Guilford, Robertson got his master’s at Delta State University, where he helped the football program win the 2000 NCAA Division II championship as a graduate assistant. Robertson went back to Reidsville in 2001 and served as the defensive coordinator through the 2008 season. Those teams won four state championships. Robertson took over the Reidsville head job before the 2009 season after Jimmy Teague left for an out-of-state job.