Ed Butt has been Head Cross Country Coach and T&F Coach at Brookfield High School since 1998. In XC, his first year was girls head, then two years boys head followed by two years as head boys and girls, and the remainder as head coach of the boys. His teams have continuously placed in the top portion of their conference and state class division. Over the years his XC teams have a winning percentage of over 71%. In 2013, Brookfield won the South West Conference and Class M State Championships. They also finished eighth at the State Open. In 2015, Brookfield was the Class M runner up, and finished 10th at the State Open. Coach Butt has coached one Class M State Champion, one class MM state champion, 16 All State placers, two SWC champions, 17 All SWC runners, and multiple New England qualifiers.
As track coach, the girls were the 2013 T&F Class MM runner up, the boys were 2010 T&F Class MM Champions, the 2011 Indoor Track Class M Champions and 2011 T&F Class MM Runner Up. Coach B has coached multiple conference and state champions, both boys and girls in sprints, mid distance, distance, steeple and relays. Also, several State Open Champions, an All New England Runner and multiple New England Qualifiers.
Taylor has been our athletic trainer since camp began in 2014. Currently the Athletic Trainer at New Fairfield High School,
Taylor is an alum of the University of Maine as well as Brookfield High School's Track and Cross Country Programs.
Kayla joined us for the first time in 2018, also from Immaculate High School, where she serves as the Head Athletic Trainer. Kayla holds a Master of Science degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Ithaca College, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Sacred Heart University.
Brian Hayes has been the Immaculate High school head Cross Country/Track & Field Coach since 2005. Since taking over the program Immaculate has won four State Championships and two conference Championships. On the Individual side he has helped produce seven individual All New England placers, one State Open Champion, five Class S State Champions, five South West Conference Champions, 30 All State placers and 28 All Conference 1st team placers. Although Immaculate High is one of the smallest schools in the state they have built a reputation as a very good distance running program.