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Photo Gallery | SJO falls to a good Teutopolis team

Ty Pence drives to the lane around Teutopolis' Matthew Deters during non-conference game earlier this month. The Spartans suffered their worse lost of the season dropping the non-conference contest 69-48 to Wooden Shoes. Pence led all scorers with 29 points.
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Wooden Shoes Evan Wermert screens out Spartan Andrew Beyers during a first quarter rebound. Beyers, who was credited with a game-high seven rebounds, finished with six points against a solid Teutopolis basketball team.
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Lukas Hutcherson tries to dribble past Teutopolis' senior Evan Addis during first quarter action. Hutcherson, also a senior, contributed one field goal and a rebound in the Spartans' effort.
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With St. Joseph-Ogden head coach Kiel Duval looking on, Ty Pence denies Wooden Shoes' Evan Wermert to the opportunity to dribble past him during first half play. Wermert was one of three Teutopolis players to finish in double figures against SJO.
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While Teutopolis' Kayden Althoff towers unknowingly behind him, Spartan guard Hayden Brazelton prepares to take a shot under the basket. Making one of the two shots he took during the game, Brazelton chipped in two points for SJO.
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SJO's Nolan Grindley dribbles the ball down the court late in the game. The junior took just one shot during the contest. Sinking the three-point attempt, he finished the game with the trey in his game stats.
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