Rock Bridge High School tennis coach Ben Loeb has emphasized the individual aspects of the sport to help his boys and girls teams win a combined nine state championships.
Rock Bridge tennis coach Ben Loeb has formulated a psychological approach that he teaches his players every season.
Rock Bridge girls tennis moves to 15-0 with a victory against Quincy Notre Dame on Monday night.
Battle High School volleyball beat Fulton High School in straight sets 27-16, 25-10 on Monday night.
A second half comeback by the Spartans was not enough to overcome Helias High School. Helias won 29-14, dropping Battle's record to 2-3.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School softball team won both of its games Saturday en route to a first-place finish at the Owensville Tournament.
Katherine Dudley picked up three singles victories and three doubles victories as the Rock Bridge girls tennis team finished first at the Columbia Girls Tennis Tournament.
Hickman football lost its second consecutive Providence Bowl game but still leads the all-time series, 10-9.
Rock Bridge High School football defeated rival Hickman High School 42-23 on Friday, as senior Joe Barbee was forced to watch from the sidelines.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School football team posted a 17-0 victory over Tipton High School to improve to 4-1 this season.
Hickman coach Arnel Monroe took a quiet, supportive approach at practice Monday following his team's fourth loss in a row Friday to Helias High School.
The Rock Bridge High School football team will play Hickman High School in the Providence Bowl on Friday, but there is noticeably less buzz surrounding this year's game from the Rock Bridge student body.
After a shutout victory over Excelsior Springs, the Spartans believe their defense will face a big test Saturday against the Helias Crusaders.
Bruins freshman Zach Lorson fares well as Rock Bridge finished first out of 19 teams and produced more state qualifying times over the weekend.
For Battle coach Jack Rubenstein, the game was a chance for his team to see how they stacked up against a difficult opponent.
Hickman High School softball fell to Fox High School 5-2.
The Kewpies had a productive sixth-inning to secure the win
Hickman High School's boys soccer team broke an eight-game losing streak to city rival Rock Bridge High School on Tuesday night. The Kewpies won on penalty kicks after tying 2-2 in regulation.
The Spartans are now 1-6 on the season.
Tuesday night's win brings the Knights to 4-1.