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Published September 30th, 2020
New varsity soccer coach at Campo named
Steve Chappell Photo provided

Steve Chappell, who is currently the executive director of the Walnut Creek Soccer Club and brings extensive experience in high school soccer as the former head varsity boys coach at Northgate High School from 2007-19, has been named the head varsity boys soccer coach at Campolindo High School.
In addition to being the head coach, Chappell served as the athletic director of Northgate High School from 2006-10, bringing additional leadership and organizational skills to Campolindo. His focus on developing the character of Campo student athletes, alongside scholastic and athletic achievements, directly aligns with Campolindo's vision for the program.
"[Steve] has a deep understanding of how to develop high school athletes both on and off the field and a proven track record of doing so," said Athletic Director Raymond Meadows. "He is committed to supporting student-athletes in all aspects of their lives, helping them thrive academically, athletically and personally. He has a clear vision for the Campolindo Boys' Soccer Program that builds upon the foundation already established here at Campolindo. I am confident that he will do an outstanding job in this position."
Chappell has been successful at preparing student-athletes for the next level of play, but more importantly, he has maintained a focus on developing athletes of character that excel in the classroom, on the athletic field and in life. He lists one of his most proud coaching accomplishments as having his boys varsity soccer team either winning or being one of the top three scholastic teams in NCS from 2016-2019.
"I am extremely excited to join the Campolindo Cougar coaching staff and represent a school and community that supports student athletes, on and off the field," Chappell said. "Campolindo is one of the finest public school's in all of California and the sports teams continue to compete and win consistently at the league, section, NorCal and State levels. During all of my conversations with school leadership, Principal John Walker and Athletic Director Ray Meadows, I quickly realized, the support and vision of sports at Campolindo was something I wanted to be part of."

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