The main difference throughout the Bruins' 7-3 victory Thursday was the defensive play of the Bruins outfield.
The Kewpies' bats got hot to power the team to its fifth straight victory, a 10-8 win over Windsor.
The Bruins defeated Hickman, Helias, and Jefferson City on Thursday at at Old Hawthorne Golf Course.
The hitting of sophomore Parker Wilkinson led the Trailblazers to a decisive 8-4 road victory Thursday.
Matt Echelmeier tees off second for the Bruins, a spot once held by his older brother, Will Echelmeier, who now plays for Missouri.
With senior Aubrie Cornell out with an injury, Madison Boyken is now the Bruins' starting goalkeeper.
Hickman assistant coach Adam Taylor said the intense atmosphere of the rivalry game brought out the best in the Kewpies players for a 3-1 victory that marked their fifth straight win.
The Kewpies had few problems with the Tigers' pitching on their way to their fourth straight win.
No make up date has been announced.
Although their personalities might be very different from each other, Megan and Evan Schulte follow the same path as distance runners for the Bruins.
The Kewpies, whose bats were initially held in check by Comets pitcher Patrick Schnieders, broke out late in the game for their 10th win.
Jackson Dubinski, Matt Echelmeier, Sam Harrison and Jack Knoesel all shot 81 on a underwhelming day for the Bruins.
The Kewpies scored in the first 10 minutes and added three more to win against Moberly.
The Kewpies outscored their opponents 20-3 over two games, the first ones they had played in a week.
Donald Blackmon won the shot-put event with a throw of 50 feet, 9 inches.
Rock Bridge defeated Westminster 7-2 on Saturday to win the tournament.
After missing her first soccer season with a knee injury, sophomore Katie Storm helped lead Hickman to a 5-0 win over Smith-Cotton.
The Bruins will play Westminster in the championship after a strong Friday from senior Billy Swift.
Hickman's Aaron Tajnai, who moved from Wisconsin to Columbia at the end of February, has bonded with coach Dan Devine Jr. over their similar experiences with moving.
Outside the temperature has dropped to 43 degrees and the wind howls off the high school. But coach Justin Towe's players are dry, protected from the elements indoors.