PHOTO GALLERY: Rock Bridge, Hickman high schools celebrate Homecoming with parade
Friday, October 7, 2011 | 7:13 p.m. CDT;
updated 8:56 p.m. CDT, Friday, October 7, 2011
The Rock Bridge High School marching band walks down Broadway at the beginning of the homecoming parade on Friday afternoon.
Students from Rock Bridge and Hickman high schools prepared for their homecoming football games with a parade on Friday afternoon. The Rock Bridge marching band led the parade, followed by floats, cheerleaders and the homecoming courts from both schools.
Hickman sophomore Emma Coffman stops to have her portrait taken on Broadway in front of Hot Box Cookies on Friday during the Homecoming parade.
The Rock Bridge High School marching band leads the parade down Broadway on Friday during the homecoming parade for both Rock Bridge and Hickman High Schools.
Hickman cheerleaders excite the crowd at the Homecoming parade on Broadway on Friday afternoon.
The Rock Bridge homecoming court rides down Broadway during the parade Friday afternoon.
Two students mimic the mascots for the Hickman Kewpies and the Gateway Tech Jaguars, who will face off tonight for Hickman's homecoming game.
Rock Bridge High School sophomores Anna Maurizi and Hope Jeffrey wave at friends and wait to catch candy during the Columbia high school homecoming parade Friday on Broadway. Students sported face paint, leg paint and colored hair to show their school spirit.
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