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Photo Gallery | St. Joseph-Ogden football rolls to 28-0 win over Pontiac

Brady Buss celebrates in the end zone
Senior Brady Buss prepares to leap into the air after scoring on TD pass from Evan Ingram to shoulder bump a member of the student section wearing his jersey number. Buss had a trio of catches for 82 yards against the visiting Indians.
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Homing in like a Tomohawk cruise missile, Bryson Helfrich lays into Pontiac quarterback Cameron Gillette for a sack. At the conclusion of this season, the Spartan football program can expect big things on defense from the sophomore for two more seasons.
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Keaton Nolan heads for the end zone after taking a handoff from quarterback Evan Ingram during the Spartans' first home game of the season. For a second consecutive meeting the St. Joseph-Ogden football team posted a shutout against the Indians posting a 28-0 victory. Improving to 1-1 on the season, SJO travels to Charleston on Thursday to take on the Trojans in a non-conference contest.
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Ethan Vanliew slaps hands as he races down the tunnel during pre-game introductions. Later in his role as kicker, the junior delivered 215 yards on five kickoffs and punted for 39 yards on two attempts. On defense, Vanliew tallied five tackles, one for a loss, in the first home game of the season.
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St. Joseph-Ogden High School student fans cheer after big play in the first half. The student fan section was moved from the bleachers to the east end zone. The new seating location made for a much more exciting and memorable high school game experience.
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SJO's Isaiah Moore sheds a Pontiac defensive player. Moore, a junior, finished 48 yards rushing on offense and was credited with one solo tackle and two assists.
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Spartans Alex Funk, Hayden Brazelton and Keaton Nolan tie up Pontiac's Aaron Adcock during first quarter play. The St. Joseph-Ogden defense held the Indians to just seven first downs in the 28-0 shutout.
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