Hickman defeated Westminster 70-56 in Wednesday's semifinal of the 43rd annual Troy Boys Invitational.
The Trailblazers won 81-23 on Tuesday night to start the season 1-0.
Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School boys basketball opens the 2013-14 season Tuesday with high expectations now that its core roster is a year older.
Emily Miller scores 28 points in strong season-opening performance by Hickman.
The Hickman boys basketball team won its second game of the season with a 84-57 win over Wentzville Holt.
The score may have shown a 21-point deficit, but the game was closer than it appeared.
The Bruins lost to Blackman High School (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) in their first game of the Tennessee Turkey Jam Invite on Saturday night.
The Battle High School girls basketball team downed Cuba High School 50-40 on Saturday in the St. James Shootout.
The football team plays Blue Springs at 7:30 p..m. Friday in St. Louis.
Ryan Kreklow helped the team with 18 points, seven steals, five assists and five rebounds.
Ryan Kreklow led Rock Bridge with 21 points as the team improved to 2-0.
A win over Kirksville started the season well for Rock Bridge boys basketball in the opening round of the Hannibal Thanksgiving Tournament.
Jeremy Whitt scored 24 points in Hickman's season-opening win.
Rock Bridge defeated Hazelwood Central 36-33 on Friday night in the Class 6 state semifinals. The win advances Rock Bridge to the state championship game where it will face Blue Springs in St. Louis.
Rock Bridge boys basketball returns with only one starter from last season, senior point guard Jackson Dubinski. Coach Jim Scanlon expects Dubinski and junior guard Ryan Kreklow to help lead.
Junior Jimmy Whitt, considered to be the top-ranked player from his class in Missouri, and senior Chris Clark, committed to play at UT-Martin, say their focus is on bringing Hickman its first state title since 1962.
Coming off back-to-back state championships, the Rock Bridge girls basketball team's expectations remain high as they prepare for a competitive season.
With the redistricting for Battle High School, the Hickman's girls basketball team lost seven underclassmen, cutting depth and height to a minimum. Starting center Ellie Johnson was one of those cross-town losses. The varsity roster sits at 10.
John Burns, former Missouri basketball player, returns to Columbia as Battle's first boys basketball coach. Even though Burns doesn't yet know who his starting five will be, he's optimistic about this season laying the foundation for the school's basketball program.
Angie Roberds, Battle High School's inaugural girls basketball coach, isn't worried that half of the Spartans' roster are freshmen. She's used to coaching athletes who are learning to play together for the first time.