The Hickman High School baseball team improved defensively compared to other recent games, but one part of its game continues to struggle.
Battle goalkeeper Gillian Schullte remained tough in goal, but she couldn't keep the Spartans from losing 1-0 to Jefferson City High School on Thursday.
Mariah Brisco, the leading scorer for Battle High School in 2014, signed her letter of intent Wednesday to play basketball at Stephens College.
Hickman High School's goalkeeper Cassie Kent stalled at the end of the first half against Rock Bridge, but the Bruins prevailed, winning 2-1.
Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic improved to 4-1 after defeating Wentworth Military Academy on Wednesday.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School baseball team won 17-2 against Fayette High on Tuesday.
Junior Cara Wilfong plays defense virtually all game, but when Rock Bridge needs her to produce on offense, she can capitalize.
Rock Bridge coach Justin Towe wants his Bruins to find the first best pitch at the plate. And he wants them to smash it.
The Trailblazers used an eight-run fifth inning to defeat Green Ridge High School 10-0 Monday.
Fr. Tolton Catholic High School hosted its 2nd Annual Boys High School Golf Invitational on Monday and finished with a team score of 365.
The 20-team girls meet was led by the Trailblazers with 146 points.
Tolton pitcher Rian Markes struck out seven batters and didn't give up a walk in his complete-game win.
Sophomore Julia Bower scored two goals in Rock Bridge High School's 2-1 win over Lindbergh High School on Saturday.
The Spartans lost both of their games this weekend.
Columbia College defeated Hannibal-LaGrange in both games of a doubleheader Friday.
The Kewpies compete next on April 18 in Jefferson City.
The Kewpies will continue play in the tournament at 11 a.m. Saturday, when they will play Blue Springs South High School.
Quincy Notre Dame High School used a seven-run fourth inning to mercy-rule Battle.
The Kewpies' next game is against Blue Springs South High School at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Hickman.
The Rock Bridge High School girls soccer team couldn't get its offense started in a loss to Blue Springs South.