COLUMBIA, Mo. - A fourth quarter run was all Rock Bridge needed, as the Bruins upend Hickman (17-2) to even up the regular season series.
The Kewpies had a four point lead with less than five minutes in the game. But Rock Bridge caught fire, as Jackson Dubinski cut the lead to one with a lay-up with 2:47 left. Then Ryan Kreklow hit a big three pointer to make it a 50-48 advantage with less than two minutes left, giving the Bruins their first lead of the game.
Thanks to a late bucket by Josh Broadus and clutch free throws, the Bruins were able to hold on and win 59-54.
The Bruins improve to 14-3 on the year.