The uncertainty surrounding Blair Hubbard’s future at Broomfield High School has reached its conclusion.

The players were notified on Monday that Hubbard will not return to the program in 2023. Broomfield athletic director Steve Shelton confirmed the decision to Colorado Preps in a brief phone call Monday night.

The Denver Post reported on Jan. 18 that Hubbard had been placed on administrative leave from the school. While the circumstances were never revealed, he was later cleared of any criminal wrongdoing by the Broomfield Police Department.

Hubbard became the head coach of the Eagles in 2016 and has an overall record of 228-54. He coached the team to the 2022 Class 4A state championship with a 24-14 win over Loveland. It was the fourth state title in program history and the eighth state title game appearance for the program.

Hubbard coached Broomfield in two previous state title game appearances, losing both times to Pine Creek. Hubbard began his head coaching career at Faith Christian where he won 2A state titles in 2004, 2006 and 2009.

According to Shelton, the school will post the job and conduct a thorough search in an effort to find the next head coach. He noted that the school is also in the teacher hiring window which he hopes will lead to several quality candidates applying for the job.

Hubbard did not return a message asking for comment.