All it took was a brand new gym. For the first time in 21 contests on the hardwood, the Hickman (7-1) boys basketball team beat their cross-town rival, Rock Bridge (2-2). In the first varsity game ever played in the Kewpies new 1,300-seat facility, Hickman scored a 55-48 win over the Bruins. Sophomore guard Jimmy Whitt scored 15 points, most coming on clutch jumpers in the second half to keep Rock Bridge at bay. Senior forward Cecil Williams chipped in 14 points. Sophomore Bruins guard Ryan Kreklow (the younger brother of Ricky) scored 18 points to lead all scorers.
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