Basketball practice started Monday for boys and girls teams at Hickman and Rock Bridge.
The Rock Bridge boys cross country team was third at Saturday's state championships, the first time Rock Bridge has left the Oak Hills Golf Center in Jefferson City with a trophy.
The Kewpies boys soccer team recorded its third-straight shutout in a 2-0 victory over Jefferson City on Thursday night to claim its first district championship since 2001.
He has accepted a position as assistant softball coach at Lincoln University.
Hickman defeated Rock Bridge 1-0 in the Class 3, District 9 semifinal Tuesday behind George Platokus' early goal. Hickman advances to take on Jefferson City on Thursday in the final.
Adam Taylor became Hickman's head soccer coach when Larry Thornburg resigned at the beginning of October. He has led his team through a tough transition period into the district finals.
Hickman and Rock Bridge will be represented in the Class 4 boys and girls races at the MSHSAA Cross Country Championships.
The Hickman boys' soccer team defeated Smith-Cotton High School 7-0 Saturday in the opening round of the the Class 3, District 9 soccer tournament. Hickman dominated the match. Its goalie didn't need to make a save until last in the second half.
The Rock Bridge football team lost 49-14 Friday night at Blue Springs. The loss ended the Bruins' hopes of making the playoffs.
The Hickman football team ended its season Friday night with a 28-9 loss to visiting Jefferson City.
Certain scenarios need to play out for the Kewpies and Bruins to stay in the playoff hunt.
Hickman's football practices haven't been that physical this week because the team is making sure it is mentally prepared to play rival Jefferson City in a crucial district game.
The Rock Bridge football team has put together its best season since 2006, and much of the credit belongs to the defensive line. Here is a closer look at each starter.
Rock Bridge football coach A.J. Ofodile is trying to win games. More importantly, however, he is trying to build quality young men.
The Hickman boys cross-country team advanced to sectionals after placing third in the district meet Saturday in Jefferson City.
Running back Trey Millard rushed for four touchdowns in the Bruins' 41-34 road victory over Blue Springs South on Friday.
The ball bounced Hickman’s way all night in a 53-14 rout of the Trojans on Friday at Hickman.
Hickman senior Dina Kaissi advanced to the semifinals of the Class 2 state girls tennis championship on with two strong matches on Friday in Springfield. Rock Bridge junior Kelsey Kinderknecht and the Bruins doubles team of Sarah Heeter and Alice Mends need one win to finish sixth and two wins to finish fifth.
Rock Bridge junior Michael Bush does not want to limit his abilities. Some students march in the band. Some play football. Bush does both.