PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman footbal team beats Wentzville Holt

Saturday, September 1, 2012 | 1:12 a.m. CDT; updated 11:35 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, September 4, 2012

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Hickman players celebrate a fumble recovered by linebacker J'den Cox during their 18-7 win over Holt on Friday at Hickman High School.

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With a 12-0 lead over Holt, Hickman coach Arnel Monroe speaks words of encouragement to the Kewpies players at halftime. The second-year coach and his Kewpies endured the rain to win and build a 2-0 record.

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Hickman lineman Donald Blackman's helmet collects rain during the Kewpies victory.

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Hickman linebacker J'den Cox scrambles to recover a loose ball after Holt quarterback Kyle Coleman was sacked Friday at Hickman.

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Hickman quarterback Mason Murray toes the line while avoiding a tackle from a Holt defender Friday at Hickman High School.


The rain came down in sheets as the Hickman Kewpies cheered their team on in the first play of the third quarter against the Wentzville Holt Indians on Friday on Lemone Field at Hickman High School. Even with a slippery field, the Kewpies maintained their 12-0 lead throughout the third quarter.  



Despite the rain, the Kewpies were able to keep the Indians from the end zone until the final quarter.


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