Long-time coach Jim Hutnik resigned on Tuesday as head coach of the Easton boys basketball team.
Hutnik has coached for the last 20 years, compiling a career record of 379-167 at Easton and Bethlehem Catholic.
He guided the Red Rovers, his alma mater, to the PIAA 4A state semifinals in 2012.
Hutnik also played on some excellent Easton teams in the 1970s before going on to play at Lafayette.
"It was time," Hutnik said. "Been giving it a lot of thought for awhile. Just felt it was right."
Hutnik's son, Kyle, just took over the head coaching job at Pen Argyl.
"Of course I'll be right around the corner for him if he needs an ear," Hutnik said. "Right now I'm just taking it easy."
"I wish coach the best of luck in the future," Easton Athletic Director Jim Pokrivsak said. "He has brought a lot of great deal of success and winning to the program. Some highlights include the 24-0 season, championships, and the great run the team made 2 years ago in the PIAA tournament."