Quarterback Dano Graves and the Folsom offense were almost unstoppable Thursday night in scoring 10 touchdowns against visiting Sacramento (2-1).
Graves, a 5-foot-10, 175-pound junior, threw six touchdown passes and ran for a TD, and the No. 7 Bulldogs (3-0) scored on all but two possessions in a 69-26 nonleague victory.
Graves, who has thrown 16 touchdown passes in three games, completed 16 of 19 passes for 233 yards and rushed six times for 89 yards before sitting down early in the third quarter with Folsom ahead 55-18.
Graves, however, threw his first interception of the season at the Sac High 1-yard line late in the second quarter. The Dragons' Geneis Grimes returned the ball to midfield.
Junior all-purpose standout Tyler Trosin also had a big night for Folsom. He caught 27-, 3- and 30-yard touchdown passes from Graves and returned a kickoff 85 yards for a score.
Sacramento had some big plays of its own as Matthew Ajayi ran for touchdowns of 34 and 50 yards, and threw a 16-yard scoring strike to Julian Smith. Grimes had a 65-yard touchdown run.
But the Dragons suffered four turnovers, including two interceptions by Folsom's Jordan Hampton.