For four years, three seniors on the Rock Bridge girl's basketball team have spent time together both on and off of the court, creating life long friendships. Tonight, their final high school game is put on the line when they take on Waynesville at 7:45 in their sectional game.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team has arguably the best starting five in the state, but guard Ricky Kreklow says the Bruins' bench is what makes the team great.
The Douglass boys basketball team upset Fayette 80-72 on Tuesday night in the Class 2 District 13 tournament in Sturgeon.
Since senior Steven Sibley was dismissed from the team, junior Tanner Cassil has played a more integral role on the Douglass boys basketball team.
Jordan Dressler scored 19 points in a 66-45 win over rival Hickman.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team claimed the Class 5, District 9 championship Thursday night with a 45-21 victory over Troy-Buchanan in Wentzville.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team has seen its offense improve, but itsdefense has taken a step back. A big reason for this is the addition of sophomore point guard Justin Miller, who replaced graduate Mike Petrik.
Senior captain Eric Franklin, one of only two seniors on the Hickman boys basketball team, says he not ready for the Kewpies' season to end.
Rock Bridge boys face Hickman in the Class 5, District 9 championship Friday night in Wentzville.
While star forward Jordan Dressler was saddled with foul trouble, the Bruins bench stepped up to help the team advance.
The defending state champions beat Holt, the team it plays tonight, by 52 points in their last game.
Kewpies will tangle with the Bruins for a district title on Friday.
The Bruins' big win puts them in the district final.
The Rock Bridge boys' basketball team has lost two of its last four games heading into Wednesday's Class 5, District 9 tournament game.
The Kewpies lose in the semifinal of the Class 5, District 9 tournament.
The Hickman High School swimming pool hosted the Missouri state championship meet before the meet grew too large for Hickman to host it. Now, the meet is in St. Peters.
Vince Pescaglia fought through a foot injury in his state championship match against Alan Waters. His toughness was not enough to win. Pescaglia lost the match 13-5, finishing second in the tournament.
Senior Kate Hunt placed eighth in the 200-yard freestyle event and seventh in the 100-yard butterfly event, finishing her four-year swimming career at Rock Bridge High School.
Hickman High School junior Nathalia Mello finished fifth in the 200-yard individual medley at the MSHSAA Girls State Swimming Championships. Mello was the only Hickman swimmer to score points for the Kewpies, who finished 23rd.
Hickman senior Vince Pescaglia won both of his matches Friday, and faces a tough test on Saturday against Park Hill's Alan Waters.