Letting it all out, SJO football team opens season dominating rival Sages

Junior Tanner Seims
St. Joseph - Tanner Seims lets out a celebratory roar after hauling in a 31-yard pass from St. Joseph-Ogden quarterback Logan Smith seven seconds into the second quarter of their team's home opener against Monticello. It was the 6'4", 185-pound juniors only catch of the evening as the Spartans rolled on to a 40-14 win. Game photo gallery and Sentinel recap on the way.
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