Senior Kate Hunt placed eighth in the 200-yard freestyle event and seventh in the 100-yard butterfly event, finishing her four-year swimming career at Rock Bridge High School.
Hickman High School junior Nathalia Mello finished fifth in the 200-yard individual medley at the MSHSAA Girls State Swimming Championships. Mello was the only Hickman swimmer to score points for the Kewpies, who finished 23rd.
Hickman senior Vince Pescaglia won both of his matches Friday, and faces a tough test on Saturday against Park Hill's Alan Waters.
The Kewpies had a big lead at the break and were lead by senior Chastity Prince's 25 points.
Hickman's Vince Pescaglia won his only match, but Rock Bridge's Thomas Senseman lost twice and was eliminated.
Hickman High School's Vince Pescaglia and Rock Bridge High School's Thomas Senseman are representing Columbia in the high school state wrestling tournament Thursday at Mizzou Arena.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team defeated the Truman Patriots 76-36 on Wednesday in Independence to improve to 23-1.
The Hickman boy’s basketball team lost 62-43 at Jefferson City on Wednesday. It was Hickman’s final regular season game.
Douglass boys basketball coaches help players on, off court.
Vince Pescaglia of the Kewpies and Thomas Senseman of the Bruins both advanced to the high school state wrestling tournament at the Class 4, District 3 tournament this weekend at Jefferson City High School.
The Hickman girls basketball team lost 61-50 on Saturday at Ozark.
Coming off their first loss of the season, Rock Bridge took out some of its frustration in the 78-42 win.
The Hickman boys basketball team won its final home game of the regular season on Thursday night, beating Jefferson City 54-33.
Rock Bridge loses on a last-second shot.
The Kewpies loss at home drops their record to 11-12.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team moved to 21-0 with a decisive victory Monday over Smith-Cotton. The Bruins host 21-2 Springfield Central on Tuesday night.
The Rock Bridge wrestling team defeated De Smet 48-30 Saturday in Creve Coeur.
Hickman boys basketball ended a two-game slide with a 50-35 home win over the visting Wildcats Friday night.
The Bulldogs are finally playing with a full roster and it showed in 73-45 victory Thursday over Higbee.