Bill Reffel has been recognized as one of the premier offensive minds in high school football for over thirty years as the offensive coordinator for Northglenn High School and Holy Family High School. After playing at Western State College in Gunnison, CO on a baseball scholarship, Reffel graduated in 1975 with a B.A. in History and Physical Education. He returned to his hometown and began his career as an assistant baseball and football coach at Northglenn, eventually becoming the head baseball coach and football offensive coordinator. Throughout the 1980s, Reffels innovative passing attack helped establish the Norsemen as a big school powerhouse. Under Reffel, the school produced numerous All-State quarterbacks and wide receivers and became recognized throughout the Front Range for its multifaceted offensive concepts. Northglenns rise culminated in the 1984 Class 4A State Championship. Reffels next stop was Holy Family High School in Broomfield, Colorado when head coach Mike Gabriel hired Reffel following the 1997 season. In eight seasons at Holy Family, Reffels squads shattered the team records in almost every offensive category, and came home with state championships in 2002 and 2005. Coach Reffel has three daughters and one son and is currently the Broncos Insider for ESPN Radio 1580AM.