Hickman finished third and Rock Bridge finished seventh in the Smith-Cotton Classic at Sedalia on Tuesday.
Notre Dame (Kansas City), the defending Class 2 state champion, led the field of 23 teams with a 339. Hickman shot a 361 and the Bruins shot a 383.
Hillary Jones led the Kewpies and placed seventh with an 87. Ashley Mansfield shot an 89 to finish 10. Payge Pleimann shot a 90 and Rachel Jacoby a 95.
Leah Browning led Rock Bridge with a 92. Lindsay Martin and Megan Bornhauser shot a 95 and Leslie Fischer shot a 101.
MU CROSS COUNTRY: Sophomore Valerie Lauver was named Big 12 Conference Cross Country Runner of the Week.
Lauver finished second at the Bradley Open in Peoria, Ill., on Friday. She ran the 5-kilometer race in 17 minutes, 38 seconds, two seconds behind Marquette’s Heidi Lindeman. Lauver’s finish led the Tigers to a win in the 14-team event.
MU VOLLEYBALL: The Tigers’ match against Oklahoma on Saturday will start one hour after the MU football game.
The football game will start at 1 p.m. and the volleyball match is expected to begin about 5 p.m. at Hearnes Center. Fans with a ticket stub from the football game will be admitted into the match for $2.
PRICE SLAYING: A felon with ties to a street gang was charged with murdering the sister of tennis stars Serena and Venus Williams.
Aaron Michael Hammer appeared briefly in Superior Court but Judge John J. Cheroske postponed his arraignment to Tuesday at the request of the defense. He remained held without bail.
Hammer, 24, of Compton, is accused of shooting Yetunde Price, 31, as she sat in a sport utility vehicle early Sunday with a companion, Rolland Wormley, 28. An assault rifle and shell casings were found at the scene.
TEXAS: The Longhorns are sick of losing and apparently a little tired of the media as well.
Texas players decided they will not talk to reporters until after Saturday night’s game against Rice.
The No. 13 Longhorns (1-1) fell seven spots in The Associated Press poll after a 38-28 loss at home to then-unranked Arkansas. After the game, Arkansas (2-0) jumped to No. 14.
Coach Mack Brown said the players decided on the media blackout and that he and the coaching staff had nothing to do with the decision.
ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM: Offensive coordinator Pat Sullivan, a Heisman Trophy winner at Auburn, said cancer has been diagnosed in his next after surgery.
Sullivan underwent an operation at UAB Hospital on Monday. Details were not released, but the team was told Sullivan would have surgery to remove three lumps in his neck.
CANADIENS: Forward Chad Kilger was hospitalized after suffering a serious eye injury from an accidental high stick in training camp.
Kilger had multiple breaks around his left eye socket.
HAWKS/THRASHERS: AOL Time Warner agreed to sell the Hawks and Thrashers for $250 million to a group that includes the son-in-law of former owner Ted Turner.
The company is getting rid of the NBA and NHL teams as part of an effort to pay down $24 billion in debt.
KINGS: A federal judge in Detroit deferred for about two years the sentencing of star Chris Webber, who admitted lying to a grand jury about his dealings with a former University of Michigan basketball booster.
U.S. District Judge Nancy Edmunds instead ordered a provision to Webber’s bond that requires him to volunteer at a six-week summer literacy program at Butzel Middle School in Detroit in the summers of 2004 and 2005. Webber must work at least 150 hours each summer.