April 3, 2016

Eight super photos from our new update

Thanks to Mother Nature's two-plus hours of lightning on Friday night, St. Joseph-Ogden rolled to a non-conference home victory over Clifton Central in game two of the 2015 season last September. Ranked in the Associated Press' top ten in Class 3A, the Spartans shutout visiting Clifton Central 44-0 while advancing to a 2-0 record.

Why bring this up now? This is the newest gallery added to the PhotoNews' new website location. Follow this link to see all 70 photos from game here: SJO vs Clifton Central. Be sure check iphotonews.com weekly for the latest updates during the rebuilding phase.

Here is a peek at eight favorite shots from the game that would make great 8x10 photos on any wall.



SJO's Meeker brings down Central's Harris
Clifton Central quarterback Jacqueson Harris is wrapped up by St. Joseph-Ogden Griffin Meeker during first quarter action.


Ty Brown runs through Blake Willis and Jeremiah Rassmussen
Comets' Blake Willis and Jeremiah Rassmussen try to slow down Spartan running back Ty Brown.


Wes Kibler looks to the sidelines.
Spartan linebacker Wesley Kibler looks to the sidelines for instructions. Along with his intimidating presence, Kibler's size and speed was one of the key factors in the SJO's lopsided victory on Saturday.


Blake Willis carries the ball for the Comets
Central's Blake Willis tries break free with the ball past St. Joseph-Ogden's Wes Kibler and teammate's best effort to stop him.


Declan Alexander blocked
Clifton Central's Declan Alexander is blocked by Casey Reveal during the short portion of their game played on Friday night. The non-conference game had to be postponed until Saturday after violent thunderstorms rolled through portions of Champaign County.


Dick Duval
One of the most elusive emotions to capture of St. Joseph-Ogden head coach Dick Duval on the sidelines is a smile. The retiring hall-of-famer led the Spartans to six state final appearances during his tenure as head coach.


Austin Luebchow
Spartan linebacker Austin Luebchow tries to steal the ball away for a turnover from a Clifton Central ball carrier who almost loses control of it while being tackled.


Bob Oltean
One of the best places to watch your son play at a game is from the sidelines with chain crew. Bob Oltean, father of SJO quarterback Eli, waits for the chains to be moved after a first down.



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