Legend boys basketball coach Kevin Boley won the 400th game of his career on Saturday night.
Boley's Titans beat Ralston Valley 56-44 to open the season 2-0 and give their coach the milestone. Boley is now 400-208 in his 19-year career.
Boley started his career as an assistant at Littleton in 1987 under Ron Vlasin — his high school coach; Boley is a 1986 graduate of Littleton — before becoming the head coach at Jefferson from 1991-94. From there, he went on to spend five years as the coach at Montrose.
He then spent nine very successful seasons at Broomfield, including a Class 4A title in 2004 and four Final 4 appearances. He was 178-50 at Broomfield.
Boley moved to Legend prior to the 2008-09 season, and has gone 144-79 as the school's only boys basketball coach.
Boley is now in his 10th season at Legend, and also moved into the athletic director's role four years ago.
Under Boley, Legend has made the Class 5A state tournament every year since 2011, including and at least the Sweet 16 round ever year since 2012. The Titans have gone to Great 8 twice, and also have a trip to the 2013 Final 4.
This past summer, Derrick White, one of Boley's first players at Legend, was selected in the first round of the NBA Draft by the San Antonio Spurs.