Blake Burchert is working to improve his tennis game. He played for Rock Bridge's junior varsity basketball team in the winter and uses his size to his advantage on the tennis court.
Bianca Aaron, a jumper and middle distance runner for the Kewpies, is the president of her senior class and is involved in enough student organizations to make even the most exclusive universities do a double-take when they see her application.
Craig will take over the position from former coach, Brook Harlan.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team won its senior night game over Smith-Cotton 2-0 on Tuesday night under the direction of senior midfielder Alex Litofsky.
Hickman will play rival Rock Bridge 4 p.m. Tuesday at Cosmopolitan Park.
The Rock Bridge second baseman and lead off batter was hit by four pitches during the Bruins’ final two games in the Sells Development/Red Weir Classic. He’ll tell you it was five, even though the umpire didn’t agree.
The Hickman boys track and field team finished tied for fourth with Rock Bridge in the Lee’s Summit Tigers Invitational. Jefferson City won the event.
Defensive play helped the Hickman boys lacrosse team beat Lindbergh, 5-3, on Friday evening. Goaltender Dan Hurst made 10 saves to help earn the win.
The Rock Bridge baseball team came up with creative ways to pass the time during rain delays. Before and after the rain today, the Bruins split a doubleheader.
Carrie Levy is a freshman goalkeeper on the Rock Bridge girls soccer team. Her leadership helped the Bruins to a 1-0 victory over Quincy Notre Dame on Tuesday night.
Hickman senior deals with the mental and physical aspects of rehabilitation
The Rock Bridge boys tennis team defeated Marshall 9-0 to remain undefeated this season.
Andy Messenger played for the Kewpies until he moved to Springfield his sophomore year. Far from his friends and his favorite game, he moved back to Columbia for his junior and seniors and lived with his best friend.
It’s impossible not to notice Aaron Skinner at Rock Bridge tennis matches. Skinner is the shortest player on the team, one of the most talkative Bruins off the court, and is talented. All this, and he’s only a freshman.