After losing to University High on Friday night, the Bruins bounced back to win two games Saturday, including a victory against district foe Troy-Buchanan.
The Kewpies shuffled the lineup in order to give some athletes a break heading into the district meet.
The Bruins pulled off a close victory over Belleville (Ill.) West before earning a sweep over Triad High School to move their record to 18-0 this season.
The Bruins' Aaron Skinner and Blake Buchert upset the favorites in the Class 2 state doubles championship last season. Since then, opponents have become more aware of the team's talent.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team earned its second victory over rival Hickman this season with a 2-0 triumph Wednesday at Rock Bridge.
Hickman lineman Josh Harvey has earned a scholarship to play football at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, next fall. Right now though, he is focusing on returning to the state track and field meet in the shot put.
It has become a tradition for the Rock Bridge girls soccer team to design shirts the night before its last home game against Hickman rival each season. The Bruins (6-11) play the Kewpies (6-10-1) at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Rock Bridge.
In the teams' final meeting of the season, the Bruins beat the Kewpies 9-0 for the second time. Rock Bridge dominated most of the matches.
MSHSAA starter Dave Carlson has been officiating track and field meets in mid-Missouri since 1963.
Hickman and Rock Bridge high schools' tennis teams met Tuesday to play each other for the last time this season.
The Bruins played in another 1-0 game, coming out on the winning side Monday with junior Kelsey Reimler scoring the loan goal.
The Hickman girls soccer team lost 4-3 in penalty kicks Monday night against St. Francis Borgia. The Kewpies will face rival Rock Bridge on Wednesday at Rock Bridge.
Track and field came at an early age for sisters Nasia and Taalor Stevenson, who now run together for Hickman.
The Hickman boys track and field team won two events to earn second Friday at the 18-team Lee's Summit Invitational.
The Kewpies ended a three-game losing streak with a 2-0 victory against Timberland on Thursday at Francis Howell North.
Smith-Cotton ace Bryce Johnson stifled Hickman’s hitters, allowing just one run and four hits to help Smith-Cotton to a 3-1 win on Wednesday at Hickman.
The Rock Bridge boys tennis team improved to 15-0 with a 9-0 win against Marquette on Wednesday at Bethel Park.
Hickman track and field coaches Stewart Johnson and Pete Doll both teach at the school and have children of their own.
Helias edged Hickman by one stroke at a quadrangular hosted by Rock Bridge on Tuesday at Old Hawthorne.