If there is any consolation for Jefferson City, Friday night's loss to Hickman at Adkins Stadium won't keep the Jays out of the postseason this year.
But it's only a small consolation.
Hickman took a 14-9 lead midway through the fourth quarter on a 32-yard touchdown pass from Mason Murray to Roderick Beasley. Hickman then forced a pair of Jefferson City turnovers in the final three minutes to stun Jefferson City for a second straight season.
The Kewpies (6-0, No. 9 in Class 6) got the best of the Jays yet again.
The second-ranked Jays fell to 5-1.
"It was really frustrating," Jefferson City head coach Ted LePage said. "We thought ....