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By Jeff Schuler, Of The Morning Call
10:43 p.m. EDT, April 15, 2014
The Whitehall-Coplay School Board approved the appointment of former Catasauqua standout Chris Bastidas as the high school’s new boys coach during its regular meeting Monday night.
Bastidas replaces Gus Garcia, who was 29031-4 in four seasons.
Bastidas, a former Morning Call Player of the Year, has been the Bethlehem Catholic girls coach for the past two seasons and also coached in the Catasauqua school district since 2007. Bastidas also has coached in the Olympic Development Program and is involved with the Bastidas Soccer Academy.
“We feel that Coach Bastidas can give us the pieces we have been missing in our boys’ soccer program at Whitehall,” athletic director Bob Hartman said in a release announcing the hiring. “It was evident as we talked with Coach Bastidas that he has the necessary passion, organization, and leadership qualities necessary to get us to where we want to be in boys’ soccer.”
Whitehall was 7-9-2 overall last fall and 5-8-1 in the Lehigh Valley Conference.
After an outstanding career at Catasauqua in which he was named the Lehigh Valley Soccer Officials Scholar-Athlete and a high school All-American, Bastidas was a three-time starter at Pittsburgh and also a three-time member of the big East Conference’s All-Academic team.
“The excitement that Coach Bastidas is bringing to the table will usher in a great new era for Whitehall boys’ soccer,” Hartman said. “We are very proud to have Coach aboard and look forward to assisting him as we gain soccer relevance on the boys side.”
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