Rock Bridge High School senior outfielder Max Byers hit a three-run home run against Waynesville on the first pitch he saw of 2010. The Bruins won 10-0 after four and a half innings.
The soccer team is selling programs for the Show-Me Showdown at Mizzou Arena to raise money for new equipment.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team lost 41-24 to Kickapoo on Saturday in the Class 5 state quarterfinals.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team (24-4) will be facing Kickapoo (22-5) at 1 p.m. Saturday in a Class 5 state quarterfinal game in Rolla.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team beat Jefferson City 34-30 on Wednesday night at Union High School to advance to the quarterfinals of the Class 5 state playoffs.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team is relying on the humor of senior Orreshia Chatman to stay relaxed entering its 6 p.m. Class 5 state playoff game Wednesday against Jefferson at Union High School.
Kewpies loses to Holt in district finals 64-62.
Bruins were looking to hold on to their district championship title as they faced Troy Buchanan High School on Friday night.
The Kewpies are scheduled to play Holt in the district final on Friday.
The Bruins will face Troy on Friday in the district title game.
Two separate one-point games determine the Class 5, District 9 championship game.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team, which beat Hickman in the finals of last year's district tournament, have won the district title three years in a row.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team advanced to the Class 5, District 9 finals after beating Timberland 55-34 in the semifinals Tuesday in Troy.
J'Den Cox was only freshman in his weight class at the MSHSAA Wrestling State Championship. Saturday he became the 31st wrestler in Hickman history to win a state title
Competitors were wrestling for second, third, fourth and fifth place in their weight and class divisions during the first session that started Saturday morning. The championship matches followed.
Rock Bridge senior Logan Parks sits out the Senior Night game against Helias.
Rock Bridge and Hickman high school wrestlers compete MSHSAA state wrestling tournament.
After defeating Central’s Josh Phillips 3-1 in the semifinals, all that stands in the way of Cox and a state championship is Lafayette’s Andrew Early, an opponent that Cox defeated twice earlier this season, 5-2 and 6-3.
The Marshall twins, a pair of 5-foot junior guards on the Rock Bridge girls basketball team, scored three 3-pointers each Thursday night in the Bruins' 63-24 victory over visiting Helias.
Freshman J'den Cox enters the state tournament Thursday as the No. 1 wrestler in the state at 171 pounds.