Stoffel joined the program as an assistant in 2009, the same year that former head coach Troy Hendricks returned for his second stint. Stoffel became the offensive coordinator in 2010 and held the position through a 2019 season in which BHS scored 32.2 points per game, ranking ninth in Class 5A.
For the past 11 seasons, Bryan Stoffel has had the best seat in the house to watch Bemidji High School football. And now he’s in the driver’s seat.
Stoffel, a 1998 graduate of Humboldt High School in St. Paul, was also stationed on the Bemidji State offensive line from 2000-03. And now he’s leading a program of his own.