The Hickman boys basketball team lost 79-63 to Grandview on Wednesday in the semifinals of the Blues Springs Tournament.
The Hickman boys basketball team beat Blue Springs South 63-51 on Monday at the Blues Springs South Tournament to improve to 5-0 this season.
Marcus Whitt, a sophomore at Hickman, plays drums in the school’s concert and marching bands. He is also a member of the boys basketball team.
The reigning state champion Rock Bridge girls basketball team defeated Kickapoo 47-42 on Saturday and helped raise more than $1,000 for the American Cancer Society on the first day of the Norm Stewart Classic.
The Hickman boys basketball improved to 2-0 Thursday with a victory over Smith-Cotton.
Kirksville defeated both Rock Bridge and Hickman in a three-way dual at Hickman on Tuesday night.
The Kewpies beat Warrensburg at the Dairy Queen Shootout in Marshall.
A win over Metro St. Louis gives the Rock Bridge girls basketball team a 2-0 season start.
Chasity Prince, who signed a letter of intent to play at Southwest Baptist University on Tuesday, will fill the void left by Yvonne Anderson.
Michael Sheahen, a senior at Hickman, is looking to repeat as state champion in the 500-yard freestyle.
Despite the cold, Columbia cross country teams performed well at the Missouri high school cross country championships Saturday in Jefferson City.
Hickman boys soccer coach Larry Thornburg was right when he said he was expecting a close game. Jefferson City needed overtime to defeat Hickman 2-1 in Wednesday's Class 3, District 9 championship game.
Rock Bridge ends its season at 1-9 after a 49-7 as the Wildcats' Darrian Miller were carried by sophomore running back Darrian Miller.
When he was a freshman, Tedder Easton was only going to play basketball for Rock Bridge. Now a senior, Easton ends his football career at Rock Bridge with Friday's game against Blue Springs.
In a way, the Hickman football team has been homeless this fall as it doesn't have a locker room. Players and coaches say not having the room has hurt team unity and camaraderie.
Coming off successful showings in their district meet, the Hickman and Rock Bridge cross country teams are preparing for Saturday's sectional meet.
Behind the stellar play of Spenser Washington, the Kewpies kept their postseason chances alive for another week as they get set to play rival Jefferson City.
The Jaguars quarterback and Rock Bridge's Darryn Hill played similarly, but three touchdown passes by Dalton set him apart as the Bruins fall to 1-8 on the season.
Brandon Gerau began his kicking career with the Rock Bridge football team in 2004. When Sheldon Gerau, his youngest brother, graduates, a Gerau will have kicked for the Bruins for six consecutive seasons.