Graffiti found on athletic facilities at Rock Bridge High School

Friday, November 12, 2010 | 4:05 p.m. CST; updated 4:18 p.m. CST, Friday, November 12, 2010
Rock Bridge High School's athletic facilities were vandalized on Friday. Principal Mark Maus said the damage was spray paint on the press box, track and signs, but there were also cuts to the goal posts and practice soccer nets. "Although the damage says Kewpies, I don't necessarily think it was Hickman," Maus said.

COLUMBIA — Staff members discovered graffiti at Rock Bridge High School on Friday morning. The graffiti covered athletic facilities including the bleachers, press box, track and signage.

The Columbia Police Department has investigated the incident, and Columbia Public Schools' insurance company came to inspect the property damage.


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“HHS” was spray painted in white on the side of the bleachers, Rock Bridge’s bear mascot was crossed out on a sign and written over with “Kewps,” and profanity and a graphic image were painted on the front of the press box overlooking the track and field.

The graffiti will be cleaned up before Rock Bridge hosts the boys’ varsity soccer quarterfinals Saturday. A police report on the incident has yet to be released.

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