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The St. Joseph-Ogden boys’ track and field team began the 2017 outdoor season with a pair of meets, and while the depth of the squad at the varsity level has dropped off a bit from the past couple of seasons, the cast of characters returning from last season is attempting to make up for the lack of experience.
St. Joseph-Ogden softball players know the expectations.
The program has an area-best eight state tournament appearances.
The players want to make it nine this season.
Third baseman Andrea Coursey said she feels like this year could be the year the Spartans bring home another state title.
The program already owns one, having won a Class A state championship in 2006.
Jannah Mullen knew Lake Land college was the place for her.
The St. Joseph-Ogden volleyball player signed her letter of intent to play
for the Lakers on Dec. 9.
“I decided on Lake Land because I’ve heard nothing but good things about
the school and I’ve seen lots of good things and people come out of the
program in the past few years,” she said.
Following your dreams can lead to big rewards. Just ask St. Joseph-Ogden’s Griffin Meeker, who is living proof of that statement.
With the IHSA State Wrestling tournament beginning this weekend, the St. Joseph-Ogden Spartans will be well represented once preliminary action begins on Thursday.