The Hickman boys track and field team won two events to earn second Friday at the 18-team Lee's Summit Invitational.
The Kewpies ended a three-game losing streak with a 2-0 victory against Timberland on Thursday at Francis Howell North.
Smith-Cotton ace Bryce Johnson stifled Hickman’s hitters, allowing just one run and four hits to help Smith-Cotton to a 3-1 win on Wednesday at Hickman.
The Rock Bridge boys tennis team improved to 15-0 with a 9-0 win against Marquette on Wednesday at Bethel Park.
Hickman track and field coaches Stewart Johnson and Pete Doll both teach at the school and have children of their own.
Helias edged Hickman by one stroke at a quadrangular hosted by Rock Bridge on Tuesday at Old Hawthorne.
Hickman's track and field team had success in the field events Tuesday at the six-team Hickman Relays.
The Hickman girls’ soccer team lost 2-0 to St. Dominic on Monday evening at a tournament in O'Fallon.
The Rock Bridge boys golf team placed second in Monday's Capital City Invitational Tournament at the Meadowlake Country Club in Jefferson City, while Hickman tied for seventh.
Josh Harvey and Victoria Jackson break school and meet records for the Kewpies at the Kirkwood Invitational.
Bruins stay perfect on the season with a 9-0 win over Blue Springs South in the Mid-Missouri Invitational final.
The Bruins defeated Glendale 7-2 on Thursday at Bethel Park. Rock Bridge is now 10-0 this season.
The Kewpies suffer their fifth consecutive loss.
After Hickman girls' soccer coach Jon Strodtman died in 2008, the Kewpies are encountering new experiences with new coach Tony Gragnani. However, even with a new coach, the team is determined to keep the spirit of Strodtman alive.
Bruins roll to shutout win.
Bruins were led by fourth-place finisher Wilson Sunvold.
Junior Ben Levin originally got involved with the sport to stay in shape for soccer, but now he is becoming a player that opposing tennis teams are wanting to avoid to play.
The Kewpies had some scoring opportunities, but some deflected goals by Francis Howell Central put the game out of reach.