Rock Bridge tennis coach Ben Loeb says his team needs to play with confidence at this season's Class 2 state girls tennis tournament.
The Rock Bridge girls golfers enjoyed themselves at this year's state tournament, something they say helped produce an impressive performance.
Bruins senior Kayla Burri, who finished tied for 24th place at last year's state tournament, is in a tie for fourth after posting an 80 on Monday.
Liberty senior Marcus Lucas looks to his mother for guidance not only through life, but through his football career and college recruitment. While Missouri is high on Lucas' list, Tennessee, Stanford, and Oklahoma have also made offers.
The Hickman football team lost 42-38 to Fort Zumwalt West on Saturday, hurting the Kewpies' chances for a playoff berth.
When the Rock Bridge Bruins saw Liberty quarterback Kevin VanEgdom throw laterally to receiver Marcus Lucas, the Rock Bridge defense read the screen play and swarmed to the ball in an effort to bring down the versatile 6’5” receiver. The only problem – Lucas wasn’t just out there to catch a pass.
Hickman wide receiver Wesley Leftwich never expected to receive recruitment letters from college coaches, but after a impressive 40-yard dash time, the 16-year-old junior has received about 100 letters.
After scoring their first high school touchdowns, Chase Rome and Okoye West showed they can be forces on both sides of the ball.
The Rock Bridge girls tennis team advanced to the sectional round of the Class 2 state tournament with a 6-0 victory over Rolla.
Rock Bridge won the Class 2, District 5 Girls Tennis Tournament on Saturday at Camdenton.
Spurred by the play of senior Trey Millard, the Rock Bridge football team shook off a slow start with 22 unanswered first-half points.
Instead of running a prevent defense on Gateway Tech's potential game-winning drive, the Kewpies brought the heat and forced a turnover to secure a homecoming victory.
Rock Bridge defensive end Chase Rome switched his collegiate commitment to Nebraska from Oklahoma State on Friday.
Through their involvement with the team, the parents of Hickman football players have developed a bond that many of think of as a second family.
Bruins running back Darryn Hill looks to return to the field for the Bruins sometime soon after breaking his collarbone twice.
The Rock Bridge softball players wore pink game shirts with the green Bruins logo and pink socks to present breast cancer survivors with a single carnation to celebrate their lives and their courage. Linda Henderson, the wife of Bruins coach Joe Henderson, was one of those honored.
The Hickman softball team's season ended Wednesday after a 1-0 loss to Camdenton at the district tournament.