Under the lights, SJO soccer team drops home contest on new turf

Despite the efforts of Illineks' Robert Tu, St. Joseph-Ogden keeper Jacek Slowikowski makes a save during second half action of the SJO's home match against University High. The sophomore made 12 saves on 18 shots defending the Spartans' goal. The game on Saturday was the first soccer game under the lights at the newly renovated Dick Duval Field. Physical and disciplined on the pitch, Uni-High prevailed over St. Joseph-Ogden, 6-3. Look for a photo gallery from this game later this week on The Sentinel.
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