VINCENT - After four falls at the football helm, Warren's Andy Schob has decided to step down.
"I announced to my players today (Wednesday) that I have resigned from my head football coach position at Warren," said Schob. "It should be announced tonight at the board meeting."
Schob, who played his prep football and also coached at Marietta High, said he was currently working on his administration degree and "would be focusing on completing that very soon."
"I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to coach and develop so many great young men and build relationships with players, families, coaches, and others in the school and community," Schob said.
After coaching and guiding the Tigers to a combined 5-15 overall record in 2008 and 2009, Schob pulled up stakes and accepted the head football coaching position at Warren in 2010.
In his first season, Schob guided the Warriors to a 5-5 record.
The following year, the royal blue and white gridders also broke even at 5-5.
In 2012, Warren slipped to 4-6 and last season went 3-7.
Schob's son Jason is the Marietta High offensive coordinator.