Despite a 23-8 win against Hazelwood East Friday night, Hickman’s overall play paralleled the conditions of the football field it was playing on: sloppy.
The Kewpies racked up 14 penalties for 145 yards, turned the ball over four times and squandered three scoring opportunities in their opponents red zone.
ST. LOUIS Friday night’s presidential debate in St. Louis opened up the dialogue to issues like health care, imported drugs and the environment. But the discussion started right where the last debate left off, with the war in Iraq.
Opening the debate, Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., attacked Republican President George W. Bush for using his campaign as a “weapon of mass deception,” in painting the Senator as wishy-washy on the Iraq war.
It took six weeks of hard work for Bruins sophomore receiver Brandon Gerau to finally have a break out game.
Until Friday, Gerau made 14 receptions for 289 yards, but his only touchdown came in the second week of the season, a 48-yard reception from quarterback Logan Gray.
The Kewpies soccer team was munching on a post game spread of barbecue but the end of the game left them with a bitter aftertaste.