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.
The Rock Bridge girls golf team earned a berth at the state tournament Monday with a second-place finish at the Class 2 District 4 tournament at the Innsbrook Resort Golf Course in Foristell.
When seniors Elizabeth Worsowicz, Allison Wulff and Whitley Zitsch entered the Rock Bridge tennis program, the Bruins boasted a string of five consecutive state final four appearances. They say they have a good chance at graduating with the streak alive at nine.
Anthony Sims enjoyed many winning football seasons in grade school, but academic problems and a rough season stalled his high school career. Now as a senior, Sims and the Kewpies are winning again.
Hickman's 2-1 victory against Rock Bridge on Wednesday improved the Kewpies' record in Class 3 District 2 play to 4-0.
Sam Masters’ puzzle-solving skill became important to him early this cross country season when he couldn’t complete a race and needed to get his body back in shape.
This fall, Rock Bridge sophomore Kayla Burri finds herself in a different environment. Instead of hustling out a single on the softball diamond, she is making 10-foot putts on the golf course.
Although the Rock Brridge golf team placed just seventh at Monday's Capital City Tournament, Bruins coach Melissa Mueller said the event was a good way to prepare for the Class 2 District 4 tournament next Monday.
Hickman senior Tyler Rodes didn’t want to watch his senior season of football from the sidelines. He changed that by conditioning in the offseason to gain 35 pounds and make his way into the starting lineup.
Hickman volleyball players served pizza and washed dishes at Shakespeare’s to help raise money for the Megan Ankeney Memorial Fund, in memory of a former West junior high volleyball manager who died at 16.
Hickman quarterback Doug Luetjen returned from injury to throw the winning touchdown pass with less than two minutes left.
The Rock Bridge softball team has an unusual number of freshmen on the team this season, but coach Joe Henderson is pleased with the groups’ efforts, on and off the field.
The Hickman offensive linemen know they have done their jobs well when the Kewpies' running game makes big gains in a winning effort.
Coach Ben Loeb made a slight adjustment, but it barely showed as the Bruins girls tennis team blanked Jefferson City High School 9-0 on Tuesday.
Athlon Sports Magazine put Stefhon Hannah in the running for the Bob Cousy Award.