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PHOTO GALLERY: Rock Bridge football beats Jefferson City

Friday, October 19, 2012 | 11:46 p.m. CDT; updated 5:11 p.m. CDT, Saturday, October 20, 2012
Wide receiver Zach Reuter catches a pass for a touchdown against Jefferson City. The Bruins won 28-18 on Friday night.

JEFFERSON CITY – Rock Bridge football won 28-18 at Jefferson City to secure a No. 3 seed for the Class 6, Division 3 tournament.

The Rock Bridge High School football team takes the field to face off against Jefferson City High School on Friday in Jefferson City. 

Rock Bridge's Kenny James bobbles a kick-off. He ran it back for a touchdown during a 28-18 win over the sixth-ranked Jays. The Bruins scored four touchdowns in the first half of the game.  

Rock Bridge's AJ Logan brings Jefferson City quarterback Thomas LePage to the ground. 

Jefferson City running back Jerry McMillian avoids Rock Bridge defenders on Friday. The Bruins defeated the Jays 28-18 and have possibly set the stage for a rematch against Hickman.

Jays' running back Chris Sutton and other Jefferson City captains met with Rock Bridge captains for the coin toss before the game in Jefferson City. 

Rock Bridge head coach A.J. Ofodile talks with quarterback Logan Twehous during a 28-18 win over Jefferson City.


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