St. Mary’s High School’s Dusty Frampton (21) runs the ball in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship game at Hornet Stadium at Sacramento State on Dec 2, 2017. Frampton signed a letter of intent to play at Cal Poly next season.
St. Mary’s High School’s Dusty Frampton (21) runs the ball in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship game at Hornet Stadium at Sacramento State on Dec 2, 2017. Frampton signed a letter of intent to play at Cal Poly next season. Brian Baer Special to The Sacramento Bee
St. Mary’s High School’s Dusty Frampton (21) runs the ball in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship game at Hornet Stadium at Sacramento State on Dec 2, 2017. Frampton signed a letter of intent to play at Cal Poly next season. Brian Baer Special to The Sacramento Bee

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