WATCH: A pair of DGF teammates are good friends and even better athletes

Highlights from high school volleyball state semifinal matchups, Minnesota football state semifinals, and NDSU wrestling

DGF Football player Jordan Summers looks on as The Rebels practice at Jim Gotta Stadium
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Fargo—Owen Leach and Jordan Summers go way back.

“We've been competing all our lives and playing together and just made a bond I guess just through sports” said DGF senior running back Jordan Summers.

Now, they’re quarterback and running on an undefeated team, headed to the state semifinals.
The time they share with one another, they also share with other sports.. Leach is a two sport athlete, committed to play division two basketball while Summers competes in four sports..

“He's [Summers] just an athlete, said Senior quarterback Owen Leach, I mean that's just what he does. I mean, he's, I mean football wrestling track baseball. He does it all. He's really good at everything he does.”
For Summers the feeling is mutual…
Both Leach and Summers want the same thing to happen in the twin cities to advance and win a state championship.

DGF will play Fairmont on November 19th, at U.S. Bank Stadium

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