More Videos

Peninsula High celebrate Fish Bowl win 1:02

Peninsula High celebrate Fish Bowl win

Evergreen campus buzzing with new students 2:06

Evergreen campus buzzing with new students

‘Garbage juice’ polluting Graham creek, suit says 0:57

‘Garbage juice’ polluting Graham creek, suit says

Russell Wilson has complete faith in Seahawks' offense, its personnel and schemes 2:36

Russell Wilson has complete faith in Seahawks' offense, its personnel and schemes

Grafitti on Stanley Elementary and Boys & Girls Club 0:16

Grafitti on Stanley Elementary and Boys & Girls Club

A look inside Tacoma's Weyerhaeuser mansion 3:33

A look inside Tacoma's Weyerhaeuser mansion

Edgar Martinez immortalized with Mariners jersey retirement 0:58

Edgar Martinez immortalized with Mariners jersey retirement

Renting in Tacoma's tight market for apartments 1:38

Renting in Tacoma's tight market for apartments

UW safety Taylor Rapp says he has talked lacrosse with Ezekiel Turner 0:27

UW safety Taylor Rapp says he has talked lacrosse with Ezekiel Turner

Saga of Hilltop man’s stolen sousaphone ends on a mysterious note 1:19

Saga of Hilltop man’s stolen sousaphone ends on a mysterious note

  • Tumwater's Sid Otton enters final season as high school football coach

    Sid Otton, 72, will retire at the end of this season as the all-time winningest high school football coach in Washington state history. He has a career record of 384-129 in 48 seasons, six state titles and 26 playoff appearances. He is revered by many for his mellow, effective coaching style, and it is widely agreed his career will go unmatched.

Sid Otton, 72, will retire at the end of this season as the all-time winningest high school football coach in Washington state history. He has a career record of 384-129 in 48 seasons, six state titles and 26 playoff appearances. He is revered by many for his mellow, effective coaching style, and it is widely agreed his career will go unmatched. Lauren Smith lsmith@theolympian.com
Sid Otton, 72, will retire at the end of this season as the all-time winningest high school football coach in Washington state history. He has a career record of 384-129 in 48 seasons, six state titles and 26 playoff appearances. He is revered by many for his mellow, effective coaching style, and it is widely agreed his career will go unmatched. Lauren Smith lsmith@theolympian.com

‘It’s not over yet,’ says Tumwater coach Sid Otton, who will close out a storied career this season

August 27, 2016 6:45 PM