Hard running Rob Heath, a third-generation Hickman football player, is on the verge of setting the Kewpies’ single-season rushing record in the team’s last two games.
After leaving the Hickman football team, former coach Gregg Nesbitt has settled down at the University of Central Missouri, coaching with both sons, Ryan and Kellen Nesbitt.
The Rock Bridge boys soccer team won a long, physical game against Springfield-Parkview on Saturday at Rock Bridge Field.
The Hickman boys cross country team won the Class 4 District 5 championship Saturday at the Cole County Fairgrounds in Jefferson City, advancing to the sectionals Class 4 Sectional 3 next week in Columbia.
The Rock Bridge Bruins lost their first
The Hickman football team began district competition with a 32-29 upset victory over No. 4 Fort Zumwalt West.
The Rock Bridge volleyball team beat Hickman in five games Thursday night at the Hearnes Center.
The Rock Bridge girls tennis team continued its near decade-long success with a second-place finish in the Class 2 state championships Thursday in Springfield Mo.
Daly, along with Rock Bridge’s Meghan Mueller and Melissa Melahn, were the only golfers to represent Columbia at the two-day tournament in Bolivar, Mo.
The Columbia Hickman Kewpies shutout the Rock Bridge Bruins 23-0.
Hickman senior Antwayn Spears suffered his second MCL injury of the season, but doctors say he might be able to appear in a Kewpies uniform for one last time.
Junior Jarred Henry transferred to Rock Bridge from Hickman and hoped to make the Bruins' varsity football team. However, Missouri State High School Activities Association rules won't allow him to play this season with his new teammates.
Rock Bridge's Ben Keown spent is summer running extra miles in hopes of improving his times for the fall cross country season.
Sophomore David Bonuchi has succeeded in national diving competitions in America and internationally. This year, for the first time, he gets to dive for his high school team.
Hickman surpassed its win total from last season with a 27-13 victory against Vashon. Running back Rob Heath rushed for 226 yards in the game, along with two touchdowns.
Rock Bridge football loses to Rockhurst
On the baseball or softballl diamond, playing catcher is the position of choice for the majority of the Steponovich family.
The on-field talent of Rock Bridge's Garrick Williams, a 6-foot-3, 300 pound offensive tackle has landed him a scholarship to Wake Forest, but his off-field leadership has proven invaluable for the inexperienced Bruins.
Hickman quarterback Doug Luetjen has been involved with the Kewpies’ football team since his father started coaching there. The long-time association has brought the pair closer.