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PHOTO GALLERY: Providence Bowl fills Memorial Stadium with football fervor

Saturday, September 22, 2012 | 12:51 a.m. CDT; updated 11:14 a.m. CDT, Friday, September 28, 2012
Rock Bridge receiver Alex Ofodile reaches for a few extra yards after being tackled by Hickman cornerback Vince Spears in the Providence Bowl on Friday.

A pass and a prayer. A kick and a miss. So many moments highlighted Friday's exciting Providence Bowl game, which saw Hickman beat Rock Bridge for its first win in the series since 2008.

Rock Bridge fans celebrate a fourth quarter touchdown, that put the Bruins ahead of Hickman 21-10 in the Providence Bowl on Friday.

Hickman senior Andrew Bair tackles Rock Bridge senior Shelby Wilson.

Hickman senior running back Deven Larry carries the ball past Rock Bridge senior Freeman Simmons. The Kewpies struggled to move the ball on the ground and relied on the arm of their first-year quarterback.

Hickman players celebrates a win against Rock Bridge in the Providence Bowl. For the seniors on the team, it was their first win against the Bruins.

Hickman senior Javante Crum, right, hugs senior Jared Hyler after beating Rock Bridge.

(KILE BREWER/Missourian)

Hickman football players hoist the Providence Bowl trophy for fans after beating Rock Bridge 22-21 on Friday night at Memorial Stadium.


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