Muriel Williams Battle High School boys basketball lost to Fatima High School 56-46. Camron Fugate led the Spartans with 18 points.
Hope Wright scored her 1,000th point in Fr. Tolton Catholic's 67-59 win over Fulton High School.
The Kewpies suffered their fourth loss in five games Friday in a 73-63 defeat to College Prep at Madison.
The Muriel Williams Battle boys basketball team had two weeks to think about its five-game losing streak. That streak became history with a 51-26 win over Blair Oaks.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School boys basketball team jumped out to an early lead and never looked back against Southern Boone High School.
Despite trailing after the first quarter, the Rock Bridge High School girls basketball team pulled away for a 66-50 win.
Tolton's wrestling team has seven members. That's it. Coach Tony Eierman told his team members to give their heart and soul to the program. The wrestlers have embraced that mentality, and with it may have achieved something far greater than just winning.
Rock Bridge lost to Jefferson City 62-51 on Tuesday.
In the opening round of girls basketball play in the Southern Boone County Tournament, Tolton fell to Hallsville 58-38.
Ryan Kreklow was named the tournament's MVP.
Hickman High School boys basketball team lost by four points to Sioux City North High School.
The Muriel Williams Battle High School girls basketball team beat Ursuline Academy 44-42 at Ursuline Saturday.
Hickman girls ran their record to 18-2 Saturday with a 67-29 win over Camdenton.
Hickman guard Jimmy Whitt said the game was more for his old teammates than for himself.
The Trailblazers (15-2) ran away with a 68-41 win over Valle Catholic after some halftime adjustments.
Despite slow start, the Rock Bridge boys basketball team advances to the Union Tournament championship after beating Lutheran South, 80-59.
Hickman High School lost to Christian Brothers College High School 86-77 in last year's Class 5 state final.
Guard Sophie Cunningham is the Rock Bridge girls basketball program's all-time leading scorer.
With a 10-point advantage,Hickman High School snapped a six-year losing streak to cross-town rival Rock Bridge High School.
Sophie Cunningham, a 6-foot-1 senior guard at Rock Bridge High School and Missouri commit, cracked the 24-player roster, which was announced Wednesday.