Rain again prevented Hickman and Jefferson City for meeting for the first time this season.
Sophomore goalkeeper Emily Miller returned after two-game absence to recover from concussion-like symptoms to help Hickman beat Troy Buchanan 2-0 Monday night.
The Rock Bridge boys golf team won the Helias Invitational with a score of 299. Four sophomore Bruins finished in the top four spots of all the individual competitors.
The Kewpies' matchup Monday against the Jays was postponed because of rain.
Hickman's Ben Brooks won the boys 100-meter race, and Rock Bridge's Taylor McDannold won the girls 100 meters Saturday at the 11-team Capitol City Relays in Jefferson City.
The Kewpies were able to keep pace early, but the Vikings built a lead in the fourth inning and didn't look back.
Primarily a second baseman, Hickman's Brian Montgomery has added pitching to his repertoire with the strength of his knuckleball.
Hickman boys tennis player Ashwath Kumar, a junior, rejoined the Kewpies and recorded two singles victories against Joplin High Schooland Christian Brothers College High School on Friday.
Rock Bridge and Edwardsville boys tennis overcame the cold to provide an entertaining match that a tiebreaker decided.
Playing on varsity as freshmen for a girls team that has won four consecutive district championships has been no easy task. But the Bruins' Danni Hrdina and Cara Wilfong wouldn’t want it any other way.
The teams will play a make-up game April 23 at Hickman High School.
Connor McCarty, a junior golfer at Tolton, uses his grandfather's clubs and coaching to play the game that he says brings his family together.
The tarp at the Rock Bridge baseball field will have come in handy Thursday if Hickman's field isn't dry following Wednesday's rain.
The Bruins' match against Rockhurst is postponed because of rain.
Tolton, led by pitcher Parker Wilkinson, almost completed a magical comeback Tuesday against Fayette but failed to get their second win of the season in a 16-12 loss.
Rock Bridge senior Alex Jones has embraced the challenge of playing No. 1 singles and doubles for the Bruins.
When Bruins junior Reid Meyer pulls out his black Ping putter, he sometimes gets a strange look. But he changed to the tall club for good reason, to help increase his confidence in putting after struggling with shorter clubs last season.
Rock Bridge lost 1-0 to Jefferson City on Tuesday night.
Those in attendance won’t soon forget Monday’s 15-13 Bruins loss to Boonville, an exciting back-and-forth affair that featured 28 runs and 29 hits.
Bruins sophomore Jack Knoesel earned medalist honors with a 3-under-par 67 at Sedalia Country Club.