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.
Quincy Notre Dame held the Bruins scoreless until Josh Dillon ended the game in overtime.
The Rock Bridge Bruins softball team will have its senior night at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Facing a field of state and regional champions, the Columbia high school girls tennis teams found out how “great” the Great 8 Tournament actually is.
Hickman and Rock Bridge are set to play in the Great Eight high school girls tennis tournament
The Associated Press released its preseason high school football poll on Wednesday. Rock Bridge High School was ranked fifth in Class 6 while receiving one first place vote. Blue Springs South was ranked first, and Jefferson City was ranked third.
The Kewpies defeated the Bruins 194-195 on Tuesday at Old Hawthorne Golf Course.
Danielle Linneman pitched and recorded the final hit in the Bruins’ 10-run-rule victory over Smith-Cotton.