Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020
No. 3 Demons to play No. 1 Roosevelt for 3A state title
BROOMFIELD — The long wait is over. Durango High School is going to the state championship game.
For the first time since 1988, the Demons will get to play for a title after they defeated Holy Family 34-14 on Saturday afternoon at Michael G. Gabriel Stadium in Broomfield.
No. 3 Durango (7-0) played in its first state semifinal since 1997. The 350-mile road trip ended with a joyous celebration after the Durango defense largely silenced the No. 2 Tigers (7-1) while the offense pounded the football for 360 rushing yards and four touchdowns.
“This means everything to us. This has been our goal since third grade for us seniors. To finally achieve this, to get here and be one game away from winning state, it means everything,” DHS senior quarterback and safety Jordan Woolverton said. “We want to put a good name on Durango because we love our town and our fans. We are ready to get to work and go get it next week and hopefully win this one for our town.”
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