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PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman homecoming vs. Helias

Friday, September 24, 2010 | 11:52 p.m. CDT
Jay Chase, fullback and strong safety for Hickman, and Sarah Hall smile after Hall was announced queen at Hickman's homecoming game against Helias Friday. Hall was sponsored by the Hickman volleyball team and chose Special Olympics as her charity.

Hickman jumped out to a fast start in its homecoming game against Helias Friday, leading 20-7 at halftime. Helias rallied to within a field goal, but the Kewpies hung on to win. Sarah Hall was announced Hickman's homecoming queen at halftime of the game.

Hickman students prepare for the school's homecoming game against Helias of Jefferson City on Friday. Hickman jumped out to a 20-7 early lead with a potent running game, but a "lack of focus" and stagnant offense let Helias back into the game for a close finish.
Hickman junior Betsy Fritsche, a member of the color guard, relaxes during the second half of the homecoming game between Hickman and Helias on Friday. Fritsche was introduced to color guard at Jefferson Junior High and has performed at Hickman for two years.
Junior quarterback Logan Fitch scores Hickman's second touchdown during its Homecoming game against Helias on Friday. Fitch also threw for a touchdown in the Kewpies' 20-17 win.

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