In camera double exposure, Kewpie players converse in between plays during the Providence Bowl between Hickman and Rock Bridge on Friday in Columbia. The Kewpies spent the first half scoreless, before scoring the touchdown in the second half.
Sophomore Tione Milo sits in the locker room before the Providence Bowl between Hickman High School and Rock Bridge on Friday in Columbia. After Hickman’s loss against Rock Bridge, their season record is 2-6.
From left, Michael Havrum, Isaya Bitware and TJ Signars stand on the sideline waiting for the starting whistle before their game against Jefferson City High School on Friday in Columbia. The three play for Battle High School.
From left, Race Azdell, Brock Smythe and Jaron Thebeau shove Mexico senior Keith Ransom over the student section bleachers Friday at home in Mexico. Mexico beat Moberly 41-14 to bring its season record to 6-2.
The Mexico High School marching band’s sheet music and instruments sit on the sidelines after their halftime performance on Friday at Mexico High School in Mexico, Mo. The band played a medley from “The Greatest Showman.”
Fans huddled together as another night of football came to an end during this season’s coldest games yet. While cool breezes swept through mid-Missouri, teams turned up the heat as their regular seasons neared the end. Mexico, Hallsville and Tolton brought home victories, while Battle fell to Jefferson City. In this year’s Providence Bowl, Rock Bridge continued its winning streak with its ninth straight win against Hickman.
Our team of visual storytellers once again proudly presents ‘Friday Night Sights’ — the magic and wonder of Friday night football.