Chris Williams Steps Down at Baldwin Park
December 24, 2013 • 684 views
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After leading the Baldwin Park Braves football team to the CIF playoffs in 2013 head coach Chris Williams has stepped down citing lack of support from the school’s administration.
The Braves finished the season with a 7-4 record, losing in the first round of the Mid-Valley Division playoffs, 56-53, at Arroyo. In 2012, Williams first season, injuries and setbacks caused the team to go 0-10.
The claim of lack of support is not new at Baldwin Park as former head coach James Heggins shared the same with the Mid Valley News when he stepped down at the conclusion of the 2011 season.
With Williams operating the offense Baldwin Park was the seventh highest scoring team in the division with 398 points and fifth in total yardage with 4.878 yards this fall. Quarterback Michael Moran accounted for 41 touchdowns, 34 passing, and seven running.
Williams intends finish his schooling and get back into coaching down the road.