Rock Bridge played like the top-ranked high school football team in the state.
The Bruins scored touchdowns on four of their first five plays en route to a 48-0 victory over Hickman on Friday night at MU's Memorial Stadium.
"We’ve felt like we’ve had a lot of offensive firepower for the last three years with Logan Gray, Aron White and Scott Concannon," Rock Bridge coach A.J. Ofodile said. "We always talked about what’s going to happen when everything we call hits at the right time."
Gray and Concannon keyed Rock Bridge’s victory, playing a role in six of the Bruins seven touchdowns. Each score came on a play of 70 yards or more.
Concannon had four touchdowns, amassing 325 rushing yards on just eight carries. The highlight of Concannon’s night was a 98-yard touchdown run at the end of the third period.
Gray also had some impressive numbers, throwing for 224 yards on a mere five completions.
His first two passes went for touchdowns - a 77-yarder on the first play of the game to Brandon Gerau, and an 83-yarder to Scott Thompson on Rock Bridge’s third offensive play.
Rock Bridge’s defense also played well. Hickman had only 105 yards of total offense, and Kewpies running back Rob Heath accounted for over half with 66 rushing yards on 18 carries.
Rock Bridge stayed undefeated at 7-0. Hickman dropped to 2-5.