Work of Woolvertons brings Durango family full circle back to championship game

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Work of Woolvertons brings Durango family full circle back to championship game

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Senior Jordan Woolverton walks off the home field at Durango High School after playing his final career home game in a Class 3A quarterfinal against Lutheran. He is embraced by his father, Ryan, the team’s offensive coordinator and 1991 DHS graduate who was on the last Durango team to reach a state championship in 1988. The two will get a chance to win a championship together this weekend.
Durango High School offensive coordinator Ryan Woolverton calls in a play against Lutheran High School during the 2020 quarterfinal game at DHS.
A longtime assistant coach, Durango’s Ryan Woolverton, pictured here during a 2019 practice, is praised for his ability to connect with young players and teach them complex concepts.

Work of Woolvertons brings Durango family full circle back to championship game

Senior Jordan Woolverton walks off the home field at Durango High School after playing his final career home game in a Class 3A quarterfinal against Lutheran. He is embraced by his father, Ryan, the team’s offensive coordinator and 1991 DHS graduate who was on the last Durango team to reach a state championship in 1988. The two will get a chance to win a championship together this weekend.
Durango High School offensive coordinator Ryan Woolverton calls in a play against Lutheran High School during the 2020 quarterfinal game at DHS.
A longtime assistant coach, Durango’s Ryan Woolverton, pictured here during a 2019 practice, is praised for his ability to connect with young players and teach them complex concepts.
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