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Rockets take on Rantoul, Spartans vs Spartans tonight

The season is winding down and their still time to watch five area sports teams tonight on the NFHS Network.

The Rockets girls basketball varsity and JV squad travel to Rantoul for an Illini Prairie Conference contest today. The Eagles (0-4) are still looking for their first win of the season, while Unity, 1-7 overall and 1-4 in conference play, would like to add yet another victory to their win column tonight.

The St. Joseph-Ogden girls teams are also on the road tonight at Olympia, who are tied for third place with Monticello as of today with a pair of conference wins and one loss. The Spartans are currently ranked #2 with victories over five IPC teams.

Here is tonight's line-up:

St. Joseph-Ogden Girls Junior Varsity Basketball @ Olympia | 5:30 PM Central

Unity Girls Junior Varsity Basketball @ Rantoul | 5:30 PM Central

St. Joseph-Ogden Girls Varsity Basketball @ Olympia | 7:00 PM Central

Unity Girls Varsity Basketball @ Rantoul | 7:00 PM Central

Unity Boys Middle school Basketball @ Tuscola | 7:15 PM Central

If you are not already a subscriber, follow this link sign up for a monthly or annual subscription to watch SJO or Unity sports via live stream or archived by the NFHS Network. Monthly passes are just $10.99 each or save 47% and purchase an annual subscription at $69.99.

Did you miss the last Unity or SJO basketball game. One of coolest thing about the NFHS Network is the ability to go back and watch games over and over again as long as you are a member. You can view this season's SJO basketball games here and all the Unity Rocket basketball games streamed so far here.

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