Hubbard new Cass football coach

Published 6:57 pm Tuesday, March 15, 2005

By By SCOTT NOVAK and ERIKA PICKLES / Niles Daily Star
NILES - The Cassopolis Board of Education hired former Niles assistant Andy Hubbard as its new football coach Monday night.
Hubbard, 26, who worked the past two years as the Vikings' defensive coordinator, replaces Pete Anderson who resigned back in January.
Anderson was 13-33 with the Rangers in five seasons.
Cassopolis finished last years season 3-5 and finished fifth in the Lakeland Conference with a 3-4 record.
Hubbard, who was an asssistant coach for the Rangers in 2002, has taught math the last four years at Cass.
"He was a big help and did a great job for us. We'll miss him, but he is an excellent coach and I know he will do very well for Cass," Janicki added.
Hubbard has also coached at Brandywine.
Janicki is not sure who will be his new assistant, but admits he has a good staff behind him now.