Photo-of-the-Day | Spartans bust out a second victory in home game against Rantoul

Ryan Miller runs throught the banner during team introductions before the start of St. Joseph-Ogden's home game against Rantoul back on September 7, 2018. The Spartans defeated the visiting Eagles 21-6 to go 2-0 on the season. SJO hosts Rantoul this Friday at Dick Duval Field and will recognize this year's senior class prior to kickoff. Seniors from the school's cheerleading squad, cross country, tennis and golf programs will also be introduced to fans and spectators. The 5-2 Spartans, second in the Illini Prairie Conference, hope to secure win number 6 to guarantee a spot in the upcoming IHSA football playoffs.
Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks

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