The Knights remained undefeated after the 3-2 victory.
Lonnie Tapia, a soccer coach and art teacher at Tolton High School, is almost finished with a sculpture he began when a red maple tree fell in his yard over a decade ago.
The Bruins celebrated four seniors Monday night, some which have been teammates since childhood, during the team's last home game of the season.
Hickman High School softball snuck out a victory 6-5 against Blair Oaks High School on Monday.
The Bruins grabbed the sixth and final lead change in the fourth quarter, a 12-minute period that alone featured three lead changes. Long touchdown runs dominated the quarter, including an 80-yard kick return for a touchdown from Jefferson City sophomore Rashaun Woods, tilting the score 31-28 in favor of the Jays.
The Hickman High School football team's game against Muriel Williams Battle High School was a true defensive display, where two individual plays made all the difference.
Competing in the COMO Invitational, the Bruins swim team placed second to defending champion Rockhurst High School. The second place finish also meant the Bruins beat Saint Louis University High School for the first time this season.
Christian Fellowship School posted a 2-1 victory against Tower Grove Christian at Cosmopolitan Park.
The Hickman boys and girls cross-country teams finished a respective 15th and 18th at the University of Kansas Rim Rock Farm Classic on Saturday.
All but three varsity Spartan players were Kewpies before Battle opened in 2013. On Hickman's homecoming, those players came home to secure a 14-7 win.
Tolton won 31-8 to improve to 5-1 on the season.
John Booth, 70, made an area high school football preview for KOMU in 1964, driving around in his Volkswagen Beetle talking to coaches and players. On Thursday, he released the video on YouTube and hopes that those in the film will see it again.
Rock Bridge High School running back Nick Collins has lit up the stat sheet this season, despite playing in the shadow of a high-profile passing game.
On Friday, old friends and teammates will go head-to-head when Battle travels to Hickman for the first game ever between the schools.
Expectations on the Tolton football team soared as high as the hot air balloon that hovered over the practice field Tuesday. The Trailblazers, 4-1, have their best record in program history.
The Fr. Tolton softball team defeated Fayette High School 15-0 Friday night as Tolton honored its seniors.
Rock Bridge High School softball had 21 total hits in a win over Notre Dame de Sion on Thursday night.
Hickman High School's Shannon Greene struck out 12 players in seven innings in a victory over Helias Catholic High School on Wednesday.
The Rock Bridge High School girls tennis team remains undefeated.
A key timeout helped the Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School volleyball team sweep Calvary Lutheran High School on Tuesday night.