All good things must come to an end.

All good things must come to an end.

For Jody Weber, his time at the helm of the Davis Wolves football program has officially reached its final destination.

Over the weekend the 17-year veteran head coach of the Wolves varsity football team announced he would be stepping down as the head coach at Davis High School.

“Davis football has been apart of my life and my family’s lives for more than 30 years,” Weber said. “The successes we had were a lot of fun. What I will remember the most though is how special all of the kids have been throughout these years. I am amazed at how regardless of the odds, they always found a way to continue to compete. I’m very thankful for each and every one of them.”

“I’m not set on what my second profession will be right now,” Weber added. “But I am looking forward to what’s next in life.”

Jody took over the Wolves program in 2001 from his father Joe, and continued a legacy of success. 

In the years following, Davis has established a new state record for consecutive playoff appearances with 34, along with winning two more state titles and four state runner-up finishes. 

Weber himself also played a role in the playoff streak as a player, having moved to Davis in 1985 as a sophomore, playing in three years of the streak.

This season the Davis Wolves reached the state semifinals for the first time since 2014, along with claiming a ninth consecutive district championship, finishing with an overall record of 10-3.

Davis hasn’t lost a district game since 2008 under Weber, having lost three overall since 2004.

Weber won his last home contest as head coach this season, a 28-27 victory in overtime against Holland Hall in the state quarterfinals. 

“I’ve been doing this job as a coach for 26 years, which is a long time,” Weber said. “It just feels like the right time for me.”