The Rock Bridge boys tennis team defeated Parkway Central 8-1 on Saturday at Parkway Central.
Kewpie pitcher Drew Mitrisin pitched 6 2/3 innings of shutout baseball while only giving up two hits.
Rock Bridge senior Lauren Borduin lost a close race in the 800-meters but her coach thinks the racing experience will help her compete later on.
A 484-mile road trip to compete in a track meet might seem a little extreme to most, but Waukesha (Wis.) West makes the trip every year.
Many of the girls on the Columbia Women's Lacrosse Team began playing to continue a family tradition. But the girls may soon have an opportunity their siblings did not — the chance to play MSHSAA-sanctioned lacrosse for their high schools.
On Monday the Kewpie baseball team plays its first of four games in Orlando. The trip gives to the players time to relax and come together as a team.
At the event, recruits learned that playing football in college is about getting a free education and to treat the recruting process like they were applying for a job.
The Hickman Kewpies boy’s lacrosse team defeated Rock Bridge in their first meeting of the season on Friday, 11-4.
The Kewpies are looking to improve upon last year’s 12-12 season, which ended with a loss to Jefferson City in the district tournament. Hickman coach Dave Wilson said with 16 returning lettermen, 15 seniors and an entire pitching staff returning, he expects his team to be more consistent than last year’s and to compete for a district championship.
In state championship games it can come down to which team has a player have the kind of game that boys dream of while shooting on their driveway hoops.Harrisburg junior forward Cory Via had one of those days.
Harrisburg High School beat Clever, 73-67, in a high-paced game that featured 26 lead changes.
Mayor Darwin Hindman named March 14 Green and Gold Day in Columbia on Friday in honor of the celebration of Rock Bridge High School’s girl’s varsity basketball team winning the first state championship in the school’s history.
The Jefferson Eagles won their third-straight state championship by beating Glasgow, 59-30, on Friday afternoon.
Kendra Frazier won Player of the Year honors in Kansas after posting state-best stats during her senior year.
Rock Bridge girls win their first-ever state title with a 50-35 win over Incarnate Word Academy.
Truman, featuring MU signee Steve Moore, fell, 64-60 to Webster Groves on Friday night in the Class 5 state semifinals.
The first half was sloppy on both sides marred by poor passes and even worse shooting — Rock Bridge shot 9-for-23 in the first half and Saint Joseph’s shot 8-for-24. Rock Bridge found its rhythm in the second half on the way to a 55-42 victory over Saint Joseph’s Academy in the state semifinals.