Williams has led the team since its inception three years ago, but he and his entire staff were let go, and the school principal and the district neglected to give a reason, only saying it was a personnel matter, according to the report.
“He’s a very respectable guy. More than just a coach, he was almost a father figure to us, always telling us to do good, you know, on and off the field. He just doesn’t seem like the kind of guy that would do anything wrong,” Hector Ochoa, a player at East Valley, told KCAL.
Patch interviewed Williams and profiled the team in the fall of 2010 during their first season, see the story here: