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Wyatt resigns from DHS football

Coach cites his family and a lack of institutional support for his leave
Greg Wyatt and Durango High School sports authorities didn’t exactly see eye to eye during the head coach’s four-year reign over the football program. He resigned Monday, citing family and a lack of support at DHS. “It’s time for somebody else to take the reins, and I just don’t feel like I’m going to get what I need to coninute to build this program,” he said.
There will be a new coach stalking the Durango High School sidelines in 2013. Former DHS head coach Greg Wyatt ended a postseason drought dating back to 2001 by piloting the Demons to the playoffs in 2009. They returned in 2010 and 2011, then missed in 2012. Wyatt resigned Monday.

Wyatt resigns from DHS football

Greg Wyatt and Durango High School sports authorities didn’t exactly see eye to eye during the head coach’s four-year reign over the football program. He resigned Monday, citing family and a lack of support at DHS. “It’s time for somebody else to take the reins, and I just don’t feel like I’m going to get what I need to coninute to build this program,” he said.
There will be a new coach stalking the Durango High School sidelines in 2013. Former DHS head coach Greg Wyatt ended a postseason drought dating back to 2001 by piloting the Demons to the playoffs in 2009. They returned in 2010 and 2011, then missed in 2012. Wyatt resigned Monday.
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