Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic girls basketball won 38-37 over Battle High School on Tuesday evening at Battle.
Battle High School boys basketball hasn't had much to cheer for this season with a 4-16 record, but a new rivalry looks promising.
Kendahl Adams scored 17 points in the Kewpies' win.
The Fr. Tolton girls' basketball team members believes their coach has them ready to take on the best in Columbia this week.
Bruins will face Incarnate Word Academy in Webster Grove tournament finals Sunday afternoon.
The Hickman girls basketball team got strong performances from Emily Miller and Morgan Jones as the Kewpies collected their 18th win of the season.
Rock Bridge, Hickman and Battle competed against one another, as well as Marshall and Hannibal, in the Super Quad meet held at Hickman.
The crowd at Rock Bridge High School was smaller than normal Friday night, but that didn't stop junior Ryan Kreklow from playing one of his best games of the season. Kreklow had 24 points and 12 rebounds in the Bruins win. The final score was 73-61.
The Battle boys basketball team fell to Blair Oaks on Friday night with a 92-68 loss.
The Hickman Kewpies battled through overtime Friday night, picking up a 69-65 win over the College Preparatory High School at Madison.
In a lopsided contest, the Rock Bridge girls basketball team beat Cor Jesu Academy (St. Louis) 67-23.
Hope Wright scored 16 points and Lacey Stephen added 15, but the Tolton girls basketball team lost 52-49 in overtime to Blair Oaks High School in the Southern Boone Classic on Thursday.
Four Columbia teams postponed Tuesday games because of weather.
Due to a printing error, the full stories from the Sports page were not available in print Friday. Here are links to those stories on our website.
The Rock Bridge-Hickman rivalry spans decades. But sometimes a heated rivalry is just what a town needs to bring it together.
Hickman led for the first 30 minutes of the game. But Rock Bridge needed only two minutes to win on its rival's home court.
The Tolton girls basketball team won the first team championship in the school's history Thursday, toppling California 49-44 in the championship game of the Russellville Tournament.
Junior point guard Cheyanna Weaver led the way as the Battle girls basketball team toppled Kirksville 50-32.
The Battle boys basketball team pulled away in overtime to defeat the host team in the Eldon Tournament.
Rock Bridge beat Hickman 66-51 and was led by junior Sophie Cunningham's 31 points. Earlier in the day, Cunningham's sister, Lindsey, collapsed at a basketball practice with the Missouri women's team but turned up for the big rivalry high school game and looks to be OK.