The Hickman High School boys track team placed 14th out of 50 teams in the Festus Early Bird Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
Rock Bridge baseball (6-1) split a pair of games in Tennessee on Saturday on their annual spring break road trip, rounding out its first week of the season. The Bruins start their in-state schedule Monday against cross-town foe Muriel Williams Battle High School.
Heidi Gundy and Lindsey Wright scored two goals apiece for the Trailblazers.
Tolton's golf team took on Westran and Sturgeon on Thursday. Led by freshman Thomas Clark, the Trailblazers took second place.
Josh Terrana was the lone bright spot for Tolton, winning 8-4 at the No. 1 singles position.
Battle High School shut out Sacred Heart with a 4-0 victory on Thursday.
The Bruins improved to a 4-0 record Wednesday with a win over Ripley High School.
Hickman beat Truman 5-4 in eight innings during their second game Saturday.
Rock Bridge is the first school to win four consecutive girls basketball state championships in over 20 years.
Rock Bridge guard Sophie Cunningham led all scorers Friday night in the semifinals with 21 points.
The last team to win four straight girls basketball state titles was St. Joseph's Academy from 1990-94. To reach the championship game Saturday, Rock Bridge will have to beat Cor Jesu Academy on Friday in the semifinal round.
The Rock Bridge High School girls basketball team beat Republic High School 64-44 Saturday, sending the Bruins to their fourth consecutive state tournament appearance.
Rock Bridge guard Sophie Cunningham scored a game-high 25 points in the Bruins' 64-33 win against the Lakers. Rock Bridge advances to face Republic Saturday in the next round of the state basketball tournament.
St. Louis University High School's size advantage over Muriel Williams Battle High School powered them past the Spartans 61-31.
Two free throws beat Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School, 76-74, in the state playoffs Class 3 round of eight.
Battle held on for a 55-44 win Friday against Timberland. It will face St. Louis University High School on 6 p.m. Wednesday at Maryville University in the state tournament.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team upset top-seeded Hickman on Thursday night on their way to another district championship. Rock Bridge boys basketball saw their championship hopes sink at the hands of Blue Springs South. For seniors Ryan Kreklow and Eric Kuse, it would be the last game of their high school career.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team has a shot at a fourth-straight state title.
Rock Bridge boys basketball ended its season Thursday with a 70-62 loss to Blue Springs South. Senior Ryan Kreklow had 23 points.
The game is April 17 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.