COLUMBIA — Jordan Stevens ran toward the Hickman bench as the first quarter buzzer sounded. The Kewpies trailed Lincoln Prep 22-14, but Stevens had stripped an opponent and scored a lay-up a minute earlier. After four straight losses and a week-long setback at the hands of the weather, the team’s leading scorer felt like Hickman finally had a chance to get moving again.
Ceiling leak ruins Hickman homestand, game against Lincoln Prep
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