April 29, 2016

Flashback Friday: 2012 SJO, Momence football

While players young and old love the nostalgia of playing football under the lights on Friday nights, photographers on the other hand love the abundance of light of a day game. It doesn't matter what day as long as there is sun at their backs and plenty of action on the field. This week's Flashback Friday feature doesn't disappoint with great photos from St. Joseph-Ogden's regular season home game against Momence.

The game was supposed to be played under the lights on Friday night, but lightning forced the game to be rescheduled to the next day. Here are few of the coolest shots from the more than 180 pics added today to the PhotoNews archive you'll find here: SJO vs Momence game gallery.

SJO's Aaron Woller
St. Joseph-Ogden Aaron Woller tries to avoid a tackle attempt by Momence defender LeAnthony Reasonover. Click here to see more photos of Woller in our archives.

Spartan quarterback Dalton Walsh
Spartan quarterback Dalton Walsh looks to make a throw to a receiver downfield. Walsh completed 11 of 25 passes for a total of 201 yards against the Momence Redskins.

DeAndre Wright from Momence
Redskins' DeAndre Wright rolls out of the the pocket while looking for an open receiver.

Spartan receiver Louis Acklin
Louis Acklin and a SJO teammate celebrate a touchdown in the first half.

Connor Janes
Connor Janes stiff arms a would-be tackler from Momence during first half play of the Sangamon Valley Conference game on Saturday.

Momence's Tony Greenwood.
Momence's Tony Greenwood bobbles the ball on a pass play after he is hit by and SJO defensive back.

Spartan Linebacker Jordan Hartman
SJO's Jordan Hartman celebrates his team's conference win as heads to the sidelines to sing the SJO Fight Song after the game on Saturday against Momence. See a bunch more photos of Hartman celebrating throughout the game here.

Kollin Simpson and Austin Saindon
Kollin Simpson and Austin Saindon celebrate a big play for the Redskins late in the second half of their game against St. Joseph-Ogden.




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