This type of fun has become a hallmark of a team that strives to be very tightly knit. A foundation of their team chemistry is their time spent going out to eat.
Madelyn and Emily Tegerdine say they haven't talked much about what it would be like to play varsity volleyball together for Hickman High School. Junior Madelyn is currently on the varsity squad, while sophomore Emily plays with JV. But before a recent practice, the sisters let themselves look forward to that possibility.
The Kewpies won 10-0 Monday against visiting Eugene.
In practices, senior Matty Bennett, the Rock Bridge cross country team's No. 1 runner, often works out by himself. That's all right with him, though, he says that being the lead runner on the team helps him reach his absolute peak.
Helias quarterback Jay Shimmens accounted for three touchdown as Helias throttled Rock Bridge 45-13 in the Bruins’ homecoming game.
In tonight's 41-0 drubbing of Hickman at Robert M. LeMone Field, the Hawklets left an impression that will last a while.
Drew Gordon, a senior linebacker on Rock Bridge, was temporarily paralyzed during a practice. He suffered no permanent damage but will miss the rest of the season.
As a sophomore last season, Josh Williams was never short on words, but his message was often lost among the more experienced voices heard on a Hickman defense that had seven All-District players. This year, Williams is making noise that has been impossible to ignore.
It's hard to deny the impact freshmen Caleb Wilfong and Jordan Crook are having on the Rock Bridge cross country team.
Every senior on the Hickman softball team had a hit in a shutout victory Monday.
Here's a look at Friday's Providence Bowl, where the Hickman Kewpies overtook the Rock Bridge Bruins 41-7. The win moved the Kewpies to 8-4 all-time against Rock Bridge.
The Rock Bridge Bruins featured a decidedly different look at Faurot Field in Friday’s annual Providence Bowl. Several of their jerseys were stolen or lost before they fell 41-7 to the Hickman Kewpies, who moved to 8-4 all-time against Rock Bridge.
The Kewpies used a variety of unique formations and motions to the keep the Rock Bridge defense off-balance all night in Friday night's 41-7 Providence Bowl win.
Fourteen years ago, before the grand stage and "Providence Bowl" moniker, the second contest between the rivals might have been the greatest high school football game ever played in mid-Missouri.
The atmosphere of the Hickman-Rock Brige football game brings distractions that don’t usually come with a normal game.
Jaimonte Cooper's family moved one mile so he could play for the Rock Bridge Bruins. Now a senior, Cooper is preparing for his final Providence Bowl.
Taylor Cowan, a senior at Hickman, has thrown two perfect games and been a leader for the Kewpies.
The Rock Bridge volleyball squad is a tight-knit bunch, gathering weekly on Monday nights to watch the CW's "Gossip Girl" together, holding sleepovers and sitting together at lunch. That team unity could help it regain steam after consecutive losses to Hickman and Hermann.
Taylor Cowan threw another perfect game in the Hickman softball team's 3-0 road victory over Hallsville on Monday.