The Trailblazers' soccer team brought in a 3-o win against Sacred Heart High School on Monday to bring their season record to 9-5.
Hickman High School's Jimmy Whitt was the sole winner of his title, while Rock Bridge High School's Sophie Cunningham shared her honor with Napheesa Collier of Incarnate Word Academy in St. Louis.
The Fr. Tolton Catholic High School girls soccer team outlasted the rain to beat Southern Boone 3-1 Saturday and claim first place in the Tolton tournament.
The Columbia women's lacrosse team hosted clubs from four different states to play in five games Saturday.
The Hickman High School track team competed in the Ladue Invitational on Saturday. Andrew Pieper and Mikayla Logan each earn first-place honors.
The Fr. Tolton Catholic High School tennis team competed in the Boonville Pirate Invitational on Saturday before play was stopped because of rain.
The starting pitchers for both the Fatima High School and Hickman High School baseball teams had solid games, but the Comets relievers faltered late in the game.
Muriel Williams Battle High School's Brittany Brown and Fr. Tolton Catholic High School's Lindsey Wright share a relationship off the field, a friendly rivalry that contributed to the rough play in Tolton's 1-0 win over Battle.
Tolton baseball defeated South Callaway 7-1 Thursday night. Ryan Markes threw a complete game for the Trailblazers, while Tyler Harrison and Tate Cooper helped with solid offensive performances.
The Kewpies' Anthony Hansen gave up two earned runs in four innings but didn't receive much offensive support.
Echelmeier becomes the second member of the 2015 Tiger recruiting class, joining Preston Fleenor.
Carson McCarty led Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School to a 4-3 win over Southern Boone High School. McCarty scored once and had two RBIs.
The Trailblazers' Jack Parker had the low round of the day with a 36 over nine holes.
Giltrap scored two goals in Muriel Williams Battle High School's 4-0 win over Owensville High School.
The Hickman girls track team placed fourth as a team at the Kirkwood Invitational.
The Hickman High School baseball team finally got the win it needed with a complete team effort in a 15-4 rout of Blair Oaks High School on Saturday.
The Kewpies brought in four different first-place finishes to contribute to the team's third-place rank of 15 teams.
Rian Markes allowed no earned runs in his complete game and 7-2 win.
The Trailblazers lost their first two games 2-1 and 3-1 respectively, but finished their weekend with a 3-1 win against Kirksville High School.
Father Tolton Catholic High School baseball lost an extra-inning game on Friday.