Though three of the four El Dorado County high school football teams play at home tonight, the marquee matchup is just over the county line as Oak Ridge opens Delta River League action at Folsom.
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Oak Ridge (5-0) at Folsom (5-0)
Since the 1980s when Oak Ridge opened its doors, the Trojans and Bulldogs have played their share of big games against one another.
“Delta River League opener versus Folsom is certainly a big one,” Trojan head coach Eric Cavaliere said. “Although all Delta River League games are big.”
The Trojans’ defense will face highly touted Bulldog quarterback Jake Browning.
“He makes good decisions, is accurate, and delivers the ball on time,” said Cavaliere of the junior signal caller. “He rarely makes mistakes and manages their offense exceptionally well. Their running game has made big strides.”
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