The scary moment involved pinch hitter Bryan Meeker.
Coach Tony Gragnani said Kewpies Kate Hulen and Sarah Levin have earned their roles in the starting lineup.
The Hickman track and field teams performed well at the Capitol City Relays on Saturday in Jefferson City with the girls team finishing third out of 13 teams and the boys team finishing fifth out of 15 teams.
Hickman first baseman Conner Shaw, right, used to play Rock Bridge baseball. This season, he plays for Hickman, which was edged 3-2 by the host Bruins on Monday.
Some runners on the Rock Bridge track and field team have never competed before in the events in which they will run this weekend in Lawrence Kan.
The Bruins' starting pitchers are a collective 10-1 this season.
Hickman baseball coach Terry Whitney graduated from Rock Bridge in 1978 and coached the Bruins from 1998-2006.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team lost 1-0 on Tuesday at Jefferson City, unable to recover from a Jays goal in the first minute of play.
Rock Bridge senior Kelsey Whittet, who moved from midfield to forward this season, scored in the second half to give the Bruins a 1-0 victory Monday over visiting Hickman.
The 6-foot-2 Bruins junior tennis player Jimmy Hunter is soft-spoken and polite, yet speaks with a quiet confidence.
The last time the Rock Bridge tennis team lost at home was April 21, 2007.
Sophomore Stephanie Monticelli and junior Carrie Levy are competing to be the Rock Bridge girls soccer team's starting goalkeeper.
The Hickman boys track and field team won the 4 X 100 meter relay Saturday at the 28-team Springfield Invitational and had several other good finishes.
The loss brings the team to 3-3 for the season. The team will play at home against Rock Bridge on Monday night.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team won 2-1 in a penalty-kick overtime Thursday at Helias.
Hickman senior Ben Levin showed his competitive side against Rock Bridge on Thursday at Bethel Park, but couldn't hold off Bruins junior Jimmy Hunter in a 9-0 Kewpies loss.
The Hickman girls track team walked off the track with five second-place finishes Thursday at the Springfield Invitational hosted by Glendale.
Bryan Page has only been playing tennis for a little longer than two years. Page, a sophomore, picked up the sport after watching his brother Brandon Page compete at Hickman as the top player on the team.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team won its season opener Tuesday, rolling to a 7-0 victory at Hannibal.
With 170 athletes out for the team this season, the Rock Bridge track and field team has plenty to work with.