Folsom’s Kaiden Bennett runs for a touchdown against Sheldon in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoff game Nov. 18, 2016, at Folsom High School. Will Folsom’s 80-week run as The Bee’s top team continue?
Folsom’s Kaiden Bennett runs for a touchdown against Sheldon in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoff game Nov. 18, 2016, at Folsom High School. Will Folsom’s 80-week run as The Bee’s top team continue? Brian Baer Special to The Bee
Folsom’s Kaiden Bennett runs for a touchdown against Sheldon in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoff game Nov. 18, 2016, at Folsom High School. Will Folsom’s 80-week run as The Bee’s top team continue? Brian Baer Special to The Bee

Football fun set to kick off at local high schools and across the NCAA

July 24, 2017 04:28 PM

Comments

More Videos

Sexual harassment cases at the California Capitol 1:56

Sexual harassment cases at the California Capitol

California AG warns employers on immigration 1:19

California AG warns employers on immigration

Look back at the tumultuous first week of alleged cop killer Luis Bracamontes' trial 1:26

Look back at the tumultuous first week of alleged cop killer Luis Bracamontes' trial

‘My crimes are unforgivable,’ says father who killed his three children 1:31

‘My crimes are unforgivable,’ says father who killed his three children

Watch the flu spread across the United States 0:21

Watch the flu spread across the United States

How to look for a state job online 2:05

How to look for a state job online

California needs to prepare for recession, Jerry Brown says 0:42

California needs to prepare for recession, Jerry Brown says

How California state workers can get promoted and make more money 3:18

How California state workers can get promoted and make more money

Olympian Jordyn Wieber: 'Nobody was protecting us' from gymnastics doctor's abuse 0:57

Olympian Jordyn Wieber: "Nobody was protecting us" from gymnastics doctor's abuse

George Hill explains his angry emojis on Twitter 4:49

George Hill explains his angry emojis on Twitter

  • Olympian Jamie Nieto fights back from paralysis

    Two-time high jump Olympian and Sacramento native Jamie Nieto was paralyzed in 2016 after making a jump and a back flip, his signature move when he did well in high jumping. He has been fighting to regain his strength and mobility ever since the accident.