The Rock Bridge football team defeated Jefferson City 48-18 in the Class 6, District 3 quarterfinals. Rock Bridge moves on to face Francis Howell Central next Friday.
The sixth-seeded Rock Bridge football team is scheduled to face third-seeded Jefferson City on Friday in the Class 6, District 3 tournament. It will be the second week in a row the two teams have played.
Hickman football, made up mostly of seniors, looks to turn its 3-5 season around Friday in its opening-round contest with Francis Howell Central.
Battle High School lost its final football game Friday and won't play in the postseason this year, but coach Justin Conyers is excited about taking the Spartans into the off-season and preparing for next year.
Tolton has only scored 7 points in the last two weeks, but the the Trailblazers' quarterback said that just means they have "nothing to lose."
The Bruins won the Class 4, District 9 championship Wednesday night over Helias. It is the team's first district championship since 2010.
Battle lost in straight sets 25-6, 25-12 to Helias Catholic High School in a Class 4, District 9 first round contest at Hickman High School.
The Rock Bridge volleyball team defeated Wentzville Holt on Monday, advancing to the semifinals of the Class 4, District 9 tournament.
Hickman's volleyball season came to a close with a 13th straight loss. Newcomer Loren Brooks helped maintain the team's positive outlook over the 3-24 season.
Rock Bridge girls tennis placed in second in the team competition Saturday in the state finals. Rock Bridge finishes the season with a 26-1 final record.
Kewpies coach Arnel Monroe said the players need to put the 21-6 loss to the Hawklets behind them since the team still has a shot in the playoffs.
The Rock Bridge football team lost to Jefferson City 31-21 on Friday night despite its best efforts to catch up.
The Rock Bridge (28-2) and Hickman (3-22) volleyball teams faced off Thursday night, with the Bruins coming out on top in straight sets. The teams head in very different directions as they enter postseason play.
The Rock Bridge girls tennis team ends the season 26-1, finishing second in the team state tournament.
Hickman football coach Arnel Monroe was reinstated Thursday and will coach the homecoming game against Rockhurst.
For the first time this season, Battle High School football is coming off consecutive losses — and bad losses, at that. Coach Justin Conyers and the Spartans will end their inaugural season on the road at Class 6 Troy Buchanan High School (2-6), the biggest school they're scheduled to play this season.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association adopted a new playoff system for high school football last season. Rock Bridge coach A.J. Ofodile praised the new system.
After Tuesday's practice, Tolton coach Chad Masters announced he had a treat for his team. Instead of practice Wednesday, the team went to Lazer Lanes for laser tag, bowling and miniature golf.
The Hickman football team, which had been without head coach Arnel Monroe for more than a week, gets their coach back for Friday's game.
Citing "personnel" matters, administrators decline to elaborate on Hickman head football coach Arnel Monroe's continued absence from the team. Monroe was not present at last week's game at Jackson, and athletics director Doug Mirts said the coach's status for Friday's Homecoming game is "uncertain."