PHOTO GALLERY: Rock Bridge defeats Hickman in Providence Bowl

Saturday, August 27, 2011 | 1:29 a.m. CDT
Rock Bridge High School guard Harry Schauwecker, wide receiver Coltin Hermann and tailback Freeman Simmons celebrate after a touchdown at the Providence Bowl at Faurot Field on Friday. Rock Bridge won the Providence Bowl for the third year in a row.

A late charge from the Kewpies wasn't enough as Rock Bridge hung on to win 33-27 for its third straight over Hickman. Quarterback Bo Bell impressed for the Bruins, as did sophomore backup quarter back Mason Murray for the Kewpies, who saw limited but pivotal action.

Rock Bridge High School football fans cheer with the mascot at the beginning of the Providence Bowl on Friday. Some fans wore costumes and painted their bodies to display their support for the team.
Rock Bridge cheerleaders prepare to excite fans before the Providence Bowl against rival Hickman High School on Friday. The game is traditionally played at Faurot Field.
Hickman High School defensive lineman J'den Cox reaches for Rock Bridge High School senior quarterback Bo Bell as he makes a run during the Providence Bowl at Farot Field Friday night. This year, the Providence Bowl was the first game of the season for both teams.
Hickman High School quarterback Mason Murray receives the snap before making a pass at the Providence Bowl on Friday at Faurot Field. Murray played the rest of the third quarter in place of starter Logan Fitch.
Concerned Hickman fans await a referee's call during the Providence Bowl on Friday at Faurot Field.
Rock Bridge High School wide receiver Nate Egharevba holds the Providence Bowl trophy after the Bruins defeated Hickman on Friday at Faurot Field.

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