Hickman Kewpies win rivalry game against Jefferson City, defeating the Jays 69-55 Friday night.
Because he missed much of his junior year at Rock Bridge because of injuries, video played an important role in his recruitment to play football at Wyoming.
The Hickman boys basketball team won 70-64 on Thursday in a double overtime contest at Logan-Rogersville.
The Kewpies had a chance to tie the game at the end of overtime but missed a 3-point attempt.
Hickman senior Nathalia Mello qualified for the state meet Saturday at the Last Chance girls swimming and diving meet along with her younger twin sisters Bianca and Nicole Mello.
In its final home match of the season, the Rock Bridge wrestling team sent out its four seniors with a dominating 51-24 win over De Smet.
Coach John Burns takes pride in is his ability to evaluate a team’s realistic talent. He is direct with his expectations of players and honest about where his team is and could be.
The Kewpies' homecourt advantage worked in their favor to defeat the Holt Indians 49-44.
Guard Ricky Kreklow scored his 1,000th point of his high school career in the Bruins' win against Kirkwood.
Three years ago, a timid Rock Bridge freshman started her first varsity game in the home opener of the season and lost to Liberty. Today, confident senior Amaya Williams led her team to victory.
The Hickman Kewpies beat the Westport Tigers 38-27.
After leading by as many 15-points, the Hickman boys basketball team faded, allowing Rock Bridge to overtake them for a 72-70 victory Thursday night at Hickman.
The Hickman boys basketball team has switched to a three-guard lineup and has found success going into Thursday's game against the Bruins.
The Hickman wrestling team competed without four starters on Thursday night at Mexico, Mo., and lost to the Bulldogs 60-16, with 12 of the Kewpies' points coming on Mexico forfeits at 119 and 125 pounds.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team beat Hickman 52-43 on Wednesday night at Rock Bridge.
A Kansas high school basketball coach who was promised Final Four tickets if he made a half-court shot last week as part of a prank will be receiving those tickets after all.
The Hickman boys basketball team lost 69-62 on Tuesday at Ozark.
Joel Branstrom, a former Kansas basketball walk-on, has become something of a celebrity for his shot at Olathe (Kan.) Northwest High School.
The Kewpies finished eighth, and Rock Bridge took sixth in the Hickman Varsity wrestling tournament.