Tumwater High School football coach Sid Otton hugs his son, Tim, and grandson, Cade, as the final seconds of the Thunderbirds’ state-quarterfinal loss to Archbishop Murphy on Nov. 19 at Tumwater District Stadium. Otton retired that day after 49 years of coaching with the most wins in Washington state high school football history. This weekend he’s going to the Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida.
Tumwater High School football coach Sid Otton hugs his son, Tim, and grandson, Cade, as the final seconds of the Thunderbirds’ state-quarterfinal loss to Archbishop Murphy on Nov. 19 at Tumwater District Stadium. Otton retired that day after 49 years of coaching with the most wins in Washington state high school football history. This weekend he’s going to the Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Tumwater High School football coach Sid Otton hugs his son, Tim, and grandson, Cade, as the final seconds of the Thunderbirds’ state-quarterfinal loss to Archbishop Murphy on Nov. 19 at Tumwater District Stadium. Otton retired that day after 49 years of coaching with the most wins in Washington state high school football history. This weekend he’s going to the Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
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