Rock Bridge senior Claire Schaeperkoetter has been on the varsity girls basketball team team since she was a freshman.
The Rock Bridge girl’s basketball team blew out visiting Mexico 55-12 Thursday night.
None of Scott Willams’ job titles clearly define how he has served the youth in Columbia. The assistant basketball coach and home-school communicator at Douglass High School works with students all hours of the day and night.
Rock Bridge’s Taylor Crane has high hopes for this year’s wrestling season and the resume to back them up.
Kewpies standout Yvonne Anderson was held to her lowest scoring total of the season, but her teammates easily made up for that in a lopsided win over Rolla.
This season, the Bruins girls basketball team starts its season with seven consecutive road games.
The Hickman girls’ basketball team will open its season with three championship-caliber teams this weekend in Fort Smith, Ark.
Athletes from Rock Bridge and Hickman high schools received awards for their sports achievements.
Hickman lost to Helias 42-39 in its home opener Tuesday night after allowing a pin the night’s final match.
The Hickman boys basketball team advanced to the second round of the Blue Springs tournament.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team suffered its first defeat of the season in a 69-59 double-overtime loss at Nixa.
The Bulldogs won 70-37 on Monday night at Prairie Home.
The Rock Bridge wrestling team placed third Saturday at the 12-team Parkway South tournament.
COLUMBIA — In any given year, Lori Painter and Willie Geissert attend games for six or seven different MU sports, cheering their hearts out for their beloved Tigers.
The Bruins are 3-0 after defeating the defending state champions.
Despite their differing personalities, Hickman juniors Jessi Strother, Chloe Perkins and Hannah Babcock have combined to form solid leadership for the Kewpies on and off the volleyball court.
Standing at 6 feet, 3 inches, wearing men’s size 10 1/2 basketball shoes, junior Katherine Harry towers above her teammates. It would be easy to rely on her height to get all of her points. Instead, Harry has spent the past year making improvements to her game.
Hickman senior Tucker Bounds may have lost his father six months ago, but family and friends noticed his growth and maturity throughout the Kewpies’ football season.
By hanging out together after summer workouts Hickman's cross country runners created a strong bond, something the Kewpies attribute to their success in 2007.