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  • Tumwater looks for one more great season under coach Sid Otton

    The last first day of high school football practice for legendary coach, Sid Otton. The winningest coach in Washington state high school football history will retire after his 43rd season at Tumwater, which began Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016 at Tumwater District Stadium.

The last first day of high school football practice for legendary coach, Sid Otton. The winningest coach in Washington state high school football history will retire after his 43rd season at Tumwater, which began Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016 at Tumwater District Stadium. Lauren Smith lauren.smith@gateline.com
The last first day of high school football practice for legendary coach, Sid Otton. The winningest coach in Washington state high school football history will retire after his 43rd season at Tumwater, which began Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016 at Tumwater District Stadium. Lauren Smith lauren.smith@gateline.com

Coach Sid Otton and his Tumwater T-Birds chasing after ‘one last song’

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