The Kewpie nickname at Hickman High School was rumored to be the only one of its kind in the world. But is that true?
Charley Blackmore, also known as "Mr. Kewpie," is the mastermind of Kewpie.net, a website started in 1998. The page has information about Hickman High School's graduating classes and its unusual mascot, the Kewpie. The site has helped alumni maintain close ties to the high school.
Test your Kewpie IQ — or I-Kewpie — with these trivia questions.
The Hickman High School softball team's season came to an end on Friday, just one night after a 16-inning win against Blue Springs South High School in the district semifinals.
After leading 14-0 at half, the Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School football team scored 21 points in the third quarter en route to a 35-0 win over Cuba High School. The Trailblazers are now 7-1.
On Friday, the football team will take a 7.5-hour trek to Cincinnati, Ohio, to play Winton Woods High School.
Senior pitcher Shannon Greene threw 187 pitches through 16 innings. Hickman coach Courtney Haskell said, as far as she knows, the game was the longest in program history.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the Hickman Kewpie, the Missourian took a closer look at the history of the unique mascot.
The Kewpies football team hasn't lost seven consecutive games in one season since 1948, the second year of longtime coach Bob Roark.
Although Battle relies on its running game, its sophomore quarterback has grown into his role.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association football playoffs are approaching, and the seeding used in the district tournaments is complicated.
Rock Bridge volleyball beat in-town rival Battle in two sets Wednesday night.
Outs were sometimes hard to come by in Tolton's 14-4 defeat in the Class 2, District 11 Tournament.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School volleyball team defeated Wright City High School 16-25, 25-19, 25-17 Tuesday night. The game turned after the Trailblazers volleyed for a point that changed the game's momentum late in the first set.
A graduate from the Hickman class of 1969 says he loves when the topic of high school mascots comes up.
Battle volleyball looks to final home game Wednesday against Rock Bridge.
The Muriel Williams Battle High School boys soccer team defeated Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic 6-1 Monday night. It could be the start of another sports rivalry in Columbia.
Shannon Greene, a Hickman High School senior, struck out 15 batters, walked one and hit one batter.
On the back of a four turnover performance, Battle's defense has shutout opposing offenses the last eight quarters it has played.
A sizeable alumni crowd shivered through Tolton's 50-6 win over the Missouri Military Academy. Fr. Tolton Regional High School celebrated its first Homecoming following its first graduating class this spring.