Hickman and Battle competed in the Hickman Relays on Tuesday. Scores weren't recorded for individuals or teams at the competition.
The game was stopped after five innings due to the mercy rule.
Tolton freshman Jack Parker shot a tournament-low score, and Rock Bridge came in first as a team at the Capital City Classic golf tournament in Jefferson City.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School tennis team suffered its first regular season dual loss, 5-4 to Moberly High School on Monday.
The Fr. Tolton Catholic High School tennis team placed third in the Boonville Pirate Open tennis tournament on Saturday.
Hickman High School finished ninth out of 23 teams at the Ladue Invitational.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School girls soccer team shut out the Mexico, Mo., Bulldogs 3-0 Wednesday night.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School golf team beat Boonville High School, 153-184.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School baseball team lost 8-2 at Southern Boone High School.
The Bruins broke open the game against Smith-Cotton with a five-run fifth inning, going on to win 10-3.
The Tolton girls soccer team lost to Southern Boone High School on Tuesday night.
An offensive onslaught powered Tolton past Green Ridge High School 16-5 Tuesday night.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School tennis team improved to 4-0 with an 8-1 defeat of Fulton High School on Tuesday night.
Tolton baseball coach Mike Johnson says the "future is now" for his team. While that is technically impossible, his players get the meaning of not putting off the work that needs to be done now.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School boys golf team beat Hermann High School 169-179 Monday.
Hickman finished fifth out of 15 teams at the Kirkwood Invitational in St. Louis
The Hickman boys and girls track teams competed in the 54th annual Capital City Relays on Friday. The Kewpies performed especially well in the 4 x 100 meter relay, the shuttle hurdle relay and the pentathlon.
Connor Brumfield's work on the baseball field has payed off through a scholarship to play at Missouri. But he says the most important aspect of his game is inside his head.
The Battle girls soccer team lost to the Jefferson City Jays 7-0 in a game that the players were happy to not lose by mercy rule.
With the help of Haleigh Fancher's 21st-minute goal, the Bruins defeated the Hickman Kewpies 2-0 Wednesday night.