Pleasant Plains evades loss to SJO

Timera Blackburn-Kelley and Addisyn Martinie playing basketball at SJO
SJO's Timera Blackburn-Kelley and Addisyn Martinie try to wrestle the ball away from Pleasant Plains' Anna Weber during second-half action of their non-conference game on Saturday. St. Joseph-Ogden (0-1) lost their home season opener 48-41 to the visiting Lady Cardinals. The Spartans play their next two contests at home, starting with the Paris Tigers on Tuesday, and take to the court again after Thanksgiving to face the Tuscola Warriors on Monday, November 27. Pleasant Plains improved to 2-1 after the road win.
Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks



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