Add Chino to the growing list of school’s with head football coaching vacancies.
Jim Baty has resigned, citing family reasons. His wife Rebecca had a job change that has required more of her time so he wants to be available more for their four children who range in age from 5 to 12.
Baty had headed the Cowboys the last two years, directing the Cowboys to a 10-11 mark in that span.
The Cowboys were runner-up to Colony in the Mt. Baldy League in 2013, then lost a first-round playoff game to Paloma Valley.
They were also 5-5 in the past season, going 2-3 in the Hacienda League. They tied for fourth with Diamond Ranch ion the new league.
Baty also sustained a serious knee injury when he got rolled into during an Oct. 17 game against West Covina. He had surgery a week ago and has not been back to school since.
That had a minor role in that because of that he has spent more time with the family, which drove home the need to be available more.