LUBBOCK, Texas -

After filling the trophy case with two state titles and countless other accolades, it looks like Stamford head football coach Wayne Hutchinson is expected to be announced as the next coach of Lubbock Monterey.

The Lubbock ISD school board will meet Thursday morning to confirm Hutchinson as the Plainsmen's next head football coach.

KTXS Sports reached out to Hutchinson, but hasn't heard back from him yet.

During Hutchinson's eight seasons as head coach at Stamford, his teams have won back-to-back 1A Division 1 state titles (2012-13) and accumulated a 76-24 overall record.

He confirmed the news with the Lubbock Avalanche Journal Wednesday.

“It’s just one of those deals where I’m excited about the opportunity to go and try to do at Monterey what we did at Stamford, and that’s have a lot of success in all our programs,” Hutchinson told the Lubbock Avalanche Journal.

It took four years before Stamford won 10 games in a season under Hutchinson, but between 2010-2013, the Bulldogs won an eye-popping 51 games.

Now Hutchinson looks to take over a Lubbock Monterey program that's making the move up in classification. The Plainsmen (3-8 in 2013) will compete in the newly created 6A classification for the next two years. They competed in district 4-4A last season.

Lubbock Moneterey will play against Amarillo High, Amarillo Tascosa, Lubbock Coronado and Wolfforth Frenship in district 2-6A.