Folsom High School football team gets a spirited start to state championship game

The Folsom Bulldogs received a spirited start to their state championship game as families, fans and students wrapped around high school on Thursday to watch the football team depart for Mission Viejo. “It’s starting to settle down. It’s a really big moment and we’ve been waiting for a very long time, ”said quarterback Tyler Tremain. The Bulldogs are aiming for their fifth state title after astonishing perennial powerhouse De La Salle last week. Folsom becomes the first team in the Sac-Joaquin section to eliminate the Spartans since 1978. “It has been a very difficult season and to be here is very surreal,” said assistant head coach Jordan Banning. ” I’m very happy. for kids. “Folsom is now meeting the Catholic Cathedral of San Diego in a rematch of the 2018 D1-AA state title game in which the Bulldogs beat the Dons 21-14 in overtime.” There’s a reason they’ve got it. are here and there is a reason we are here and we have to keep that in mind and continue to prepare for the game, ”Banning said. Folsom meets Cathedral Catholic Friday night at 8 p.m. at Saddleback College.

The Folsom Bulldogs received a spirited start to their state championship game as families, fans and students wrapped around high school on Thursday to watch the football team depart for Mission Viejo.

“It’s starting to settle down. It’s a really big moment and we’ve been waiting for a very long time, ”said quarterback Tyler Tremain.

The Bulldogs are aiming for their fifth state title after astonishing perennial powerhouse De La Salle last week. Folsom becomes the first Sac-Joaquin Section team to eliminate the Spartans since 1978.

“It’s been a very tough season and to be here is very surreal,” said assistant head coach Jordan Banning. “I am super happy for the children.

Folsom now faces San Diego Catholic Cathedral in a rematch of the 2018 D1-AA state title game in which the Bulldogs beat the Dons 21-14 in overtime.

“There’s a reason they’re here and there’s a reason we’re here and we have to keep that in mind and continue to prepare for the game,” Banning said.

Folsom meets Cathedral Catholic Friday night at 8 p.m. at Saddleback College.

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