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Girls victorious on Senior Night

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Tonight, it was all about the seniors.


Blue Devils seeded third

The Villa Grove/Heritage girls’ basketball team will begin play in the Little Okaw Valley Conference Southeast Division tournament this weekend by taking on Palestine/Hutsonville.

The Blue Devils have received the third seed in the six-team tournament, which will be hosted by Tri-County, and held at the Shiloh High School gym in Hume.

Spartans fall to T-town

If there is one thing that can be said about the 2015-16 edition of the St. Joseph-Ogden Spartans, they have played a very challenging schedule.

The shoes of Teutopolis, who are ranked #3 in the state in Class 2A, paid a visit to St. Joseph on the evening of Jan. 7 and the Lady Spartans put up a good fight, but ultimately fell 54-43 to their guests.

Kibler, Meeker leading way for Spartans on the mat

Featuring a returning state champion, the St. Joseph-Ogden wrestling team is gearing up for the most rewarding, yet difficult, part of the season.

Spartans defeat Rockets




Brandon Trimble drove to the basket, stumbled out of bounds and shouted as the whistle blew and the ball bounced around the rim and went through the hoop midway through the second quarter of St. Joseph-Ogden’s 70-52 win against Unity on Friday.

Even before the display of bravado, Trimble served notice that he was taking over.

Only 10 apply for football coaching position

Only 10 people applied to be St. Joseph-Ogden’s next football coach, the district said Friday.

Principal Gary Page said that while the number seems low it is what the district expected.

“The reason is most likely due to the fact that we have no foreseeable teaching openings to go with the position,” he said.

Spartans fall to T-town

If there is one thing that can be said about the 2015-16 edition of the St. Joseph-Ogden Lady Spartans, they have played a very challenging schedule.


Spartans compete at State Farm Classic

BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL—The St. Joseph-Ogden boys’ basketball team finished their run in the 37th annual State Farm Holiday Classic, which took place this past week on December 28-31 at several different venues around the Bloomington-Normal area.

Hawks compete at BSN Classic


The Villa Grove/Heritage Hawks won their first three games in the BSN Classic boys’ basketball tournament during the Christmas/New Year’s break, and ended the tourney with a 3-2 record, boosting their overall mark for the season to 9-6.

Blue Devils find the going rough at tourney

It was bad enough that the Villa Grove/Heritage girls’ basketball team would be facing four of the strongest teams in the field at the Blue Devil Classic, held at Bismarck-Henning High School.
In pool play, the Blue Devils would meet Watseka and the host Blue Devils on Saturday, followed by contests against Salt Fork and Cissna Park on Monday.

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