Tolton finish the season 4-11 in the program's second year.
The Hickman track team advanced to the sectionals in nine events at the district meet.
Justin Jackson and Jim McNeil are a direct link to the Kewpies' 2005 state title team, and they are using their experience to help guide the current squad as it prepares for its latest run into the postseason.
Sophomore Junyi Wu excels on the tennis court for Hickman boys tennis and in the classroom. He also participates in several extracurricular activities.
The Tolton Catholic girls soccer team completed its regular season Thursday night with a 5-0 victory over Moberly's junior varsity squad at Cosmopolitan Park.
Girls pole vaulting, which was added to Missouri state track and field competition in 1999, is part sprint, part gymnastics and part aerial acrobatics.
The Bruins shut out the Jays with six singles wins on Wednesday at Cosmo-Bethel Park.
The Hickman Kewpies baseball team ended its regular season on a winning note Wednesday night, defeating Wentzville Holt 8-4 in Wentzville.
Tolton and Fatima tied 1-1 after regulation and failed to score in two 10-minute overtime periods, before the Trailblazers won the overtime shootout.
The Jays won two crucial doubles matches to beat the Kewpies.
Sophomore Chandler Wyatt's four strong innings helped the Bruins put the Kewpies away 4-2 on Monday in the rivals' lone regular season game.
Kelsey Mirts is one of eight freshmen to make Hickman's varsity soccer roster, but a lot of credit is given to the seniors' leadership.
The three Bruins golfers placed in the top five to win the Class 4 Sectional tournament Monday at Eagle Knoll Golf Course in Hartsburg.
The Kewpies play Jefferson City in the semifinals Tuesday.
Tolton High golfer Jack Golden shot a 93 on Monday in the Class 1 Sectionals at Heritage Hills Golf Course to earn a spot in the state championship. It will be Golden's second trip to state in as many years.
Senior Mike Nemec has decided to forgo playing baseball in college to focus on another passion: medicine.
Rock Bridge hosted Eldon, Jefferson City and Blair Oaks in a relaxed meet that didn't include team scores. Just a handful of spectators sat in the bleachers. With the Bruins' varsity focused on the postseason, coaches plugged in junior varsity athletes at new spots.
The Bruins beat Kirkwood and Clayton to improve to 14-1.
High school track and field athletes usually want to improve their marks each practice, but cold and wet weather is making that hard to accomplish.
Joe Barbee stole his 17th base Thursday to tie the Bruins single-season record in Rock Bridge's 13-3 victory over Holt.