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PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman football's playoff run crushed by Francis-Howell

Saturday, November 10, 2012 | 12:07 p.m. CST; updated 7:51 p.m. CST, Saturday, November 24, 2012

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Hickman linebacker J'den Cox sits away from the rest of the Kewpies team outside the Hickman buses before their district championship loss to Francis-Howell High School in St. Charles. Cox returned after injuring his ankle last Friday against Rock Bridge High School.

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Hickman senior defensive back Deven Larry fails to catch up with Francis-Howell running back Donte Harrell as Harrell runs for the Vikings' first touchdown in the first few minutes.

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Francis-Howell running back Donte Harrell stiff-arms Hickman linebacker J'den Cox.

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Francis-Howell fans cheer on the Vikings after a touchdown that raised their lead over the Kewpies to 35-0.

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Hickman senior lineman Jared Hyler can't hold back his emotions after the Kewpies' loss.

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Hickman senior lineman Javante Crum cries after his last game as a Kewpie.


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