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Tolton girls basketball falls in third-place game of Macon Tournament

The Trailblazers record is now 10-6. Tolton's next game is Jan. 31 against Jackson High School in the Camdenton Shootout.

Hickman girls basketball advances to finals of Smith-Cotton Tournament

Hickman will play in the finals of the Smith-Cotton Tournament Saturday at 3 p.m.

 

Red hair and drive set Battle's Cheyanna Weaver apart

Cheyanna Weaver made a commitment to her father when she was in second grade: to play basketball in college. Now, with a scholarship offer from Missouri Valley College, she looks to make good on that promise.

Battle wrestling finds leadership in first class of seniors

In its second year, Battle High School's varsity wrestling program has succeeded by following the leadership of its first senior class. The Spartans, who will compete at the Hickman Invitational this weekend, have seen their program almost double in size.

Maya Mouton is 'lightning' for Battle in 59-45 win over Blair Oaks

Maya Mouton, the Spartans’ tallest player at 6-foot-2, said that she’s sometimes not aggressive enough but that her rougher side pops up once in a while. Coach Angela Roberds was looking for that physical play Tuesday night against Blair Oaks.

Michael Porter scores 28 in bounce-back win for Tolton

Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School's Michael Porter Jr. scored a game-high 28 points in the Trailblazers' 59-44 win against Duchense High School on Tuesday, most of them coming on smooth, pull-up jumpers.

Battle boys basketball loses to Fulton in overtime

The Spartans (5-8) had a 25-15 lead at halftime, but the Hornets were able to stage a comeback and tie it at 47 by the end of regulation. Jadaunte Sutton led Battle with 20 points, and Parley Jenkins and Daviante Ostrander each had 11.

Tolton girls beat Mexico in Macon Tournament 59-37

The Trailblazers are now 10-4.

Rock Bridge girls basketball tops Raytown in Truman Tournament quarterfinals

The Bruins will face Liberty in the semifinal round at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.

Hickman girls basketball tops Nerinx Hall in St. Louis

Senior Emily Miller led Hickman with 16 points. Sophomore Danni Nichols chipped in 15. Sophomore Nyjah White added 14, and senior Katie Storm scored 12.

Battle girls basketball finishes second in Columbia High School Tournament

Maya Mouton had a double-double for Muriel Williams Battle High School's girls basketball squad, but the Spartans fell short against Boonville 45-32 on Saturday.

Battle boys basketball's new starter gives Spartans a boost, but not enough in 56-41 loss

Battle freshman CamRon Fugate got his third start Friday night against De Smet, but the 100-pound guard wasn't enough to give Battle a boost.

Tolton girls basketball tops Pilot Grove

The girls basketball team is now 9-4 on the season.

Hickman girls basketball improves to 13-2 on season

The Kewpies (13-2) were lead by senior Emily Miller with 21 points. Three other Kewpies scored in double figures: Sophomore Nyjah White had 16 points, sophomore Danni Nichols had 14 points and senior Katie Storm added 13.

Battle girls basketball advances to championship in California Tournament

Seven players scored for the Spartans. Senior guards Mariah Brisco and Cheyanna Weaver led the way, scoring 13 and 10 points, respectively. Sophomore Maya Mouton chipped in with seven points. 

Miller's 27 points push Hickman past Lee's Summit West

The senior also had six rebounds and five assists in the Kewpies' 46-41 win.

Former Missouri basketball targets go head to head at Hickman

Missouri signee Kevin Puryear dropped 26 points against Hickman, and Arkansas signee Jimmy Witt poured in a game-high 28.

Miller leads Hickman girls basketball with 20 points in win

The Kewpies improved to 11-2 this season.

Whitt's defense sparks his offense in Hickman boys basketball's 82-51 win over Battle

After a slow start, Jimmy Whitt removed his undershirt and freed himself for another monster game: 31 points, 13 rebounds, six assists and seven steals.

Hickman girls beat Battle 53-19

Led by Emily Miller and Nyjah White, the Hickman girls jumped out to an early lead and easily defeated their in-town rival.

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