The Hickman boys basketball team survived its game against Waynesville to move into the quarterfinals of the State Tournament.
Twenty-seven students boarded a bus traveling to Battle girls basketball's sectional game against Festus High School.
The Bruins breezed into the second round of the state tournament with a 77-38 victory over Washington High on Wednesday.
The Battle High School girls basketball team was the only team with a losing record to make it to Class 4 sectionals.
In 2013, Rock Bridge baseball made it to the state quarterfinals. The Bruins begin the 2014 season ranked No. 4 in the state for Class 5, and the team has high expectations for the new year.
On Saturday, the Rock Bridge Bruins defeated the Hickman Kewpies in girls basketball and the Tolton boys lost their game against Canton. The day before, the Hickman boys claimed a district championship.
Rock Bridge High girls basketball team beat Hickman 60-25 and advanced to sectional play, where they will meet Washington on Wednesday in Camdenton.
Tolton lost 72-66 to Canton in Class 2 quarterfinals. The Trailblazers finished the year 20-8.
On Saturday, Rock Bridge will host Hickman at the Class 5, District 9 girls basketball final.
The road to the Hickman, Rock Bridge rematch took two different paths Thursday night at Rock Bridge High School.
Hickman rolls past Jefferson City in the district championship to move on to the state tournament.
Isaiah Wilson had planned to play basketball at Hickman. But when his father took an assistant coach position at Tolton, his plans changed. Both father and son are happy about the new arrangement.
Battle's girls basketball team won the Class 4, District 4 semifinal 54-41 over St. Louis Bishop DuBourg.
Fr. Tolton Catholic Regional High School beat Linn High School in their sectional playoff game, 69-49, behind Michael Porter Jr.'s 29 points. Tolton is just two wins away from making it to the state championship game in Mizzou Arena.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team lost 74-62 in the Class 5, District 9 tournament semifinals to Jefferson City on Tuesday, finishing the season 21-4.
Despite an uncharacteristically unenergetic performance, the Hickman boys basketball team edged Camdenton in a 1-point overtime victory to advance to the district finals.
In its first postseason appearance, the Battle girls basketball team earned its first victory in the opening round of the district playoffs in St. Louis, defeating Roosevelt 69-24.
The Battle boys basketball team closed out their inaugural season on Tuesday night with an opening round loss in Districts, 81-78.
Jerry McCarty had been there for every step of grandson Connor McCarty's golf career. Now, the young golfer is the first athlete in the history of Tolton to sign a letter of intent to play college sports.
No. 2 Tolton beat No. 1 Harrisburg 73-51 to claim the Class 2 District 7 championship in Harrisburg on Saturday afternoon. This is Tolton's first athletic district championship.