Blake High School Announces Bryon Marshall as New Varsity Head Football Coach

by MCS Staff

Blake High School athletic director Jared Fribush announced the hiring of Bryon Marshall as the new variety football head coach at the school. He has been the Junior variety head coach since 2017 and will be taking over for DeShawn Anderson, who stepped down following the fall season.

Additional information can be seen below, courtesy of Blake High School Athletics:

The Blake Athletic Department and Administration is excited to announce the hiring of Bryon Marshall as the Varsity Football Head Coach. Mr. Marshall is the fourth head coach in the Blake Football program history. Coach Marshall takes over the position after DeShawn Anderson stepped down following the Fall 2021 season.

Coach Marshall has served on the Blake coaching staff since 2016, and as the JV Head Coach since 2017. He has been an integral part of the success of the Bengals over that span, including five consecutive playoff berths for the Varsity team and undefeated JV seasons in 2017 and 2018.

Prior to coming to Blake, Coach Marshall also served on the staffs at Einstein and Northwood High Schools.

In addition to his coaching responsibilities, Mr. Marshall has worked full time at Blake since 2016 in a variety of capacities, most recently being hired as the College and Career Information Coordinator in 2020.

Coach Marshall is respected by the students and staff at Blake for his work ethic and devotion to the students and community at Blake. He can be reached at

By Jared Fribush, Athletic Director at Blake High School


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