PHOTO GALLERY: Rock Bridge football game pictures

Saturday, September 8, 2012 | 12:03 a.m. CDT; updated 2:16 p.m. CDT, Saturday, September 8, 2012
Bruin wide receiver Zach Reuter layed out for a reception in the fourth quarter against Har-Ber on Friday. Rock Bridge defeated their out-of-state opponents 27-16.

COLUMBIA – On Friday night, Rock Bridge High School's football team found itself in a dogfight with Har-Ber High School. The Bruins battled to a 27-16 victory.


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Senior tailback Freeman Simmons, center, prepares to run onto the field before Friday night's game.

Har-Ber running back Tucker Lee gets tackled by Rock Bridge linebacker Matt Bush during Rock Bridge's  27-16 win.

Tailback Freeman Simmons gets swarmed by Har-Ber defensemen. Rockbridge, ranked third in the state, managed to pull out a win to remain undefeated.

The Rock Bridge High School cheering sections wore flannel and camouflage to welcome their Arkansas opponents at Rock Bridge High School.

Quarterback Logan Twehous scored the opening touchdown for Rock Bridge on a quarterback sneak during a 27-16 victory.

The Rock Bridge High School Bruin Girls entertain the crowd during half time on Friday.

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