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  • Folsom's Ariel Ngata's expects big things of himself, Bulldogs

    Folsom High School linebacker Ariel Ngata talks about the winning culture that the program has established in the past five years. The powerhouse Bulldogs football team has not lost to a Sac-Joaquin Section school since 2011, a 50-game winning streak. Ngata, who has verbally committed to Washington, says he wants to study medicine in college.

Folsom High School linebacker Ariel Ngata talks about the winning culture that the program has established in the past five years. The powerhouse Bulldogs football team has not lost to a Sac-Joaquin Section school since 2011, a 50-game winning streak. Ngata, who has verbally committed to Washington, says he wants to study medicine in college. Joe Davidson The Sacramento Bee
Folsom High School linebacker Ariel Ngata talks about the winning culture that the program has established in the past five years. The powerhouse Bulldogs football team has not lost to a Sac-Joaquin Section school since 2011, a 50-game winning streak. Ngata, who has verbally committed to Washington, says he wants to study medicine in college. Joe Davidson The Sacramento Bee

Folsom Bulldogs still have plenty of snarl and bite

August 12, 2016 4:44 PM

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