Broomfield has hired Blair Hubbard as its next football coach, tabbing the longtime head of Lutheran and Faith Christian to lead its program.
Eagles athletic director Autumn Sereno announced the hire on Friday morning.
Hubbard is a highly-successful coach who has a career record of 164-35, including 27-12 in the postseason. His teams have made the postseason in 15 of his 17 seasons, and won 11 league titles.
He spent the past two seasons at Lutheran, a 3A program. His teams were 16-5 in two seasons, and reached the playoffs in 2014.
Prior to that, Hubbard spent 15 seasons heading Faith Christian in 2A, where he was 148-30.
Having spent so much time at Faith, he is familiar with Broomfield and its surrounding area. The two schools are separated by roughly 20 minutes.
At Broomfield, Hubbard will replace a legend in Gary Davies. Davies retired in January following 28 seasons leading the program. He had 232 career wins.
The Eagles went 5-5 last season, and missed the 4A playoffs. The year before that, they reached the semifinals.
Broomfield graduated starting quarterback Jack Burgesser, but do return their three leading rushers, and four of their five leading receivers.
On defense, their four leading tacklers graduated.
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