The Kewpies lost Tuesday at Helias.
Defending Class 2A state champions Hermann beat the Bruins in two games.
Rock Bridge swept Hickman, but both teams joined together for a common cause.
The Bruins placed third out of 18 teams Monday at the Smith-Cotton Tournament.
Running back Trey Millard rushed for three touchdowns and 210 yards in Rock Bridge's 35-14 victory over McCluer North on Saturday. A change in the Bruins' pregame routine might have fueled their victory.
Dana Ivanova grew up in the eastern Slovakian mountain town, Poprad. This year, she is a foreign exchange student living in Columbia.
Hickman traveled to Kansas City for their second road game of the season on Friday night, losing 31-28 to the Park Hill Trojans.
Rock Bridge volleyball senior captains Lauren Croll, Shelby Ringdahl and Lizzie Frericks think they have what it takes to turn the team into a winning one.
Skyler Hinton has overcome several injuries, including two surgeries to return to the football field for his senior season on the Rock Bridge offensive line.
The Hickman special teams blocked three punts in last week's victory over Vashon. Coach Jason Wright and special teams coach Sam Bornhauser said the special teams' skills might be a key to more victories this season.
After coming back to win the second game, the Kewpies couldn't hold on and lost to visiting Jefferson City.
Although Hickman's Taylor Cox is a senior starter and team captain for the boys soccer team, he plans to play golf in college and hopes to win his second state title in the sport next spring.
Hickman won the Quincy Tournament over the weekend and tried to bring that momentum into its game against Jefferson City, but the Jays consistently wore down Hickman’s defense in the second half.
The Rock Bridge boys soccer team slammed Union High 5-1 Tuesday in the Bruins' home opener.
The Bruins have given both Shawn Rush and Mark Pickerel starts at quarterback this season. They are unsure of whom will be their starting quarterback going forward.
Hickman gave its fans some encouragement Friday night. After going 0-4 at home last season, the Kewpies beat Vashon 42-14 in their 2009 season opener.
Despite an early rally before halftime, the Bruins lost 31-14 on Friday night to the defending Class 6A champion Hazelwood Central.
Trey Millard, a Bruins tailback who is as large as a linebacker, uses strength and speed to his advantage. His successes also extend off the football field to academics.
After a 42-6 loss to Liberty last week, Hickman football coach Jason Wright hopes that a week of intense, game like practices will lead his team to a victory against Vashon on Friday night.