Coach Boley enters his fourth season as the Head Coach of the Legend Titans. In the inaugural season of 2008-09 the Titans finished with an overall record of 9-10 and showed significant progress throughout the season despite playing against teams that were comprised primarily of older players. The Titans were the lone freshman only school on their schedule including the Pioneer League. During the 2009-10 season the Titans finished 12-10 after playing a mixed schedule of 3A, 4A and 5A teams. Last season the Titans made the tough transition into the 5A Continental League, arguably the toughest league in the state. The Titans finished 11-13 and 7th in the Continental League. Season was highlighted with big wins over Ponderosa, DC, Castle View, Heritage, Littleton and a 2OT game with Chap. Legend was selected to play in the 5A State Tournament in its first 5A season. Coach Boley's overall record as a Head Coach is 288-163.
Boley is the only coach in the history of the Legend High School basketball program. Previously Boley coached at Broomfield High School where he was the Head Coach for the nine years. During his tenure at Broomfield, the Eagles saw an unprecedented level of success. Boley left Broomfield with a record of 178-50. Broomfield made 5 trips to the Final Four during this time including a trip to the State Finals in 2002 and a 4A State Championship in 2004. The Eagles won or shared league titles in 7 of the 9 years and advanced to the Final Four in each of the past 3 seasons losing to the eventual state champions in 2006 and 2007.
Boley was recognized as the Skyline League Coach of the Year in 2000, 2001 and 2002. Boulder Valley Coach of the Year in 2001, 2002, 2004, and 2006. In 2004 Boley was honored as Colorado Coach of the Year by the Rocky Mountain News and 4A Coach of the Year by both the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post.
From 2006-2009 Coach Boley was a member of the COLORADO SELECT Coaching Staff, one of the elite club basketball programs in the state. Boley was on staff with Joe Ortiz, Vince Valdez, Tom Dowd and Mike Brookhart, some of the top Head Coaches in Colorado. In the summer of 2010 the Titans formed the Titan Basketball Club and traveled to tournaments in Dallas and Vegas as its own club basketball program.In 2011 Titans Basketball traveled to national tournaments in Nebraska, Minneapolis and Las Vegas. The program will continue to compete in National AAU tournaments during the spring and summer in the upcoming years.
Prior to his arrival in Broomfield, Boley spent five seasons on the Western Slope coaching the Montrose Indians in the Southwestern League. In 1993 the Indians were coming off a 3 win season and had not won a league game in over 3 years. By year five the Indians were ranked in the 4A top 10 for the first time in 10 years and finished tied for the league championship with a 14-6 record. Boley was named Southwestern League Co-Coach of the Year in 1999.
From 1991-1993 Boley was the Head Coach at Jefferson High School in Edgewater. The Saints competed in the Skyline League and finished with a three year record of 33-25. From 1987-1991 Boley was an assistant coach at Littleton High School under Ron Vlasin (whom he played for at Littleton from 1984-86)and Steve Cribari. During this time Littleton High School made 2 trips to the State Finals and one trip to the Final Four winning a State Championship in 1989.
Boley and his wife Amy have been married 19 years and have two children: Taylor (13) and Braden (8). Boley is also the Head Strength Coach at Legend and is an assistant coach in golf and baseball. Wife Amy is a middle school math teacher at Cimarron Middle School in the Legend Feeder area.