Kirby Brubaker eager to take reins as Northeastern football coach

Kirby Brubaker eager to take reins as Northeastern football coach


Kirby Brubaker eager to take reins as Northeastern football coach

The dreams of one day becoming a head coach were planted in the head of Kirby Brubaker during his high school years at South Western.

Helping his father coach youth baseball as a 16-year-old, Brubaker figured out quickly that he enjoyed coaching.

Since his football playing days with the Mustangs — where he played under legendary head coach Don Seidentricker — Brubaker has spent the past two-plus decades coaching on the gridiron.

The past six of those seasons have been as a defensive coordinator at Northeastern High School under Jon Scepanski.

That number likely would have reached seven had fate not intervened when Scepanski informed his coaches and players in early May that he was leaving the Bobcat program to take over as the new head coach at Conestoga Valley.

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