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Photo Gallery: Spartan football falls at home to Prairie Central

SJO's Isaiah Moore helps a teammate bring down Prairie Central's Camden Palmore during fourth quarter action. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Isaiah Moore finds open pasture on 42-yard kick return for the Spartans. The senior picked up 107 yards for the night returning kickoffs and punts for the Spartans. His shortest run was 14 yards, his longest was this 42-yard run. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


SJO's Owen Birt hangs on to Prairie Central's Drew Fehr during a play in the second quarter. The Hawks outscored St. Joseph-Ogden 20-14 at the midpoint of the game. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Spartans' Ethan Vanliew puts his shoulder into Hawks' Drew Fehr to help teammate Bryson Helfrich make a tackle during second quarter action of the game. Just a TD away from winning their first game of the season, SJO fell at home to Prairie Central, 34-28. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Lineman Conrad Miller gets physical while playing on the offensive line against the Hawks. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Seniors Griffin Roesch and Keaton Nolan (right) celebrate an SJO touchdown. Nolan found the end zone on a 25-yard Evan Ingram pass in the second quarter to narrow the Hawks' lead to eight points, 20-12. Later, the senior hauled in a second pass on a 10-yard play as time expired at the end of the third quarter. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


A member of the SJO Maroon Platoon cheers after her football team puts another six points on the scoreboard in the second half. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks


Senior Coby Miller reacts to the Spartans' third loss of the season as he walks of the field. Miller finished the night with just 26 rushing yards and 18 more from three passes. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Elijah Weinman
Playing the roll of a valiant prince, Elijah Weinman performs with the SJO Marching Band during halftime show. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Alyssa Shoviak
Flag girl Alyssa Shoviak performs during the SJO Marching Band's halftime performance. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Members of the SJO Marching Band reed section play during halftime. The band performed two numbers from this year's competition routines. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


St. Joseph-Ogden junior Aidan McCorkle drags down Prairie Central quarterback Owen Rafferty for a loss. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Assistant coach and St. Joseph-Ogden football alum Nick Bialeschki passes along saged advice to junior defensive lineman Peyton Sarver. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Tyler Burch runs the ball back 28 yards on a punt return for the Spartans. The explosive junior speedster posted 106 yards on special team returns on Friday. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Joe Frasca boots the ball deep in the second half after a SJO touchdown. The Spartans scored four times during this week's game, doubling the sophomore's time on the field over the previous two weeks combined. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


Keaton Nolan sprays his face with water during a timeout in the second quarter. The senior finished with 102 all-purpose yards in this season's home game against the Hawks. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


St. Joseph-Ogden cheerleader Kyle Meccoli helps lead fans with a cheer during the fourth quarter. This season's cheer squad features 21 students under the direction of first year head coach MiReena Burris. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


St. Joseph-Ogden defenders Alex Funk and Jett Morris wrap up Prairie Central running back Drew Fehr. Fehr, who scored twice during the week three conference game, tallied 152 yards on 25 carries against the Spartans. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


An SJO cheerleader watches her team's football games between cheers. (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


SJO's Evan Ingram
Quarterback Evan Ingram looks for an open receiver as he drops back to pass during the second half. The senior completed 15 of the 23 passes for 203 yards. Three of the completions (Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)


3 comments:

  1. Alyssa's last name is Shoviak (no c). Great picture of her! How do I get a copy?

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  2. Sorry for the spelling error and it has been corrected. To order a copy please email us at photos@oursentinel.com.

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  3. Football player’s name is “Tyler Burch”, not “Bunch”. Great pictures!

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