Looking Back | St. Joseph-Ogden basketball team rolls over Nashville 24 points

With the hectic 2022-23 season behind us, we want to use the summer to catch up publishing some of the great moments we captured this season but didn't have the time or resources to publish. Here is The Sentinel's next installment of our summer feature called Looking Back. Visit our website weekly for more photo features.
Ty Pence has his shot blocked in the Nashville game
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Nashville senior Aidan Heiman tries to block a shot under the basket by Ty Pence. The Spartans defeated the visiting Hornets, 59-35. See more photos from this game here. Heiman finished the game with 4 points and 6 rebounds.

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SJO's Coy Taylor tries to get around Nashville's Carter Schoenherr during a first-half free throw.

Rylan Hammer and Maddux Carter
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Nashville's Rylan Hammer brings the ball down the court to a waiting St. Joseph-Ogden senior Maddux Carter playing defense in first half.

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McGwire Atwood pulls down a rebound in the second half. Atwood helped the Spartans break a two-game skid with their first win of 2023.

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Spartan senior Ty Pence looks for an open path into the lane during in the fourth quarter.

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St. Joseph-Ogden cheerleaders lead student fans in a cheer during a timeout.

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SJO sophomore Tanner Siems barrels his way into the paint against Nashville sophomore Isaac Blazier in the team's 59-35 win. See more photos from this game here.

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