Currently wrestling at Missouri, J'den Cox capped his Hickman career record at 205-3 following a 56-0 senior campaign. With his heavyweight victory in February at the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships, Cox became Columbia's first four-time wrestling champion and the state's 22nd.
Battle High School football debuted in Columbia in 2013, sporting a 5-4 record. It battled youth and inexperience so coach Justin Conyers could return all of his players next year.
The Bruins defeated the Saints 46-24 in the Hy-Vee Shootout at Avila University in Kansas City.
Hickman (top ranked, Class 5) slipped past Rock Bridge to stay unbeaten while Tolton (No. 4, Class 2) downs Centralia for its first home victory of the season.
The Hickman girls basketball team cruised to a win over Rolla on Monday night. Emily Miller led Hickman with 17 points.
Rock Bridge defeated Northside High School to claim the title.
Hickman's boys and girls basketball teams claimed the championship titles.
The Battle boys basketball team fell to Springfield Hillcrest 63-26 Saturday afternoon at the Ozark Mountain Boys Basketball Shootout.
Friday games are changed because of weather conditions.
The Battle boys basketball team lost to Nixa 75-41 on Friday night.
The Bruins will play Southside (Ark.) in the Deepsnap Tournament of Champions semifinals at 8:30 p.m. Friday.
Hickman was led by junior guard Jimmy Whitt, who scored 24 points. Senior guards Chris Clark and Douglas Johnson also chipped in with 18 and 17 points apiece. The Kewpies improved to 7-0 on the season
Hickman beat Blue Springs 50-41 in overtime at the Blue Springs tournament. The team is now 4-0.
The Battle girls basketball team pulled out a 45-43 win over Raytown South on Wednesday at the Blue Springs tournament.
Sedalia's Sacred Heart School beat Tolton 75-58 at Sedalia.
The Battle boys basketball team struggled in the fourth quarter Tuesday during a 61-55 loss to Helias High School.
The Hickman boys basketball team more than doubled the point total of its opponent Tuesday at the Blue Springs tournament. Hickman handled Schlagle High School 96-45.
The girls basketball team from Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School earned a 56-39 win Tuesday over Sedalia's Sacred Heart School.
Second-quarter struggles doom Battle girls basketball.
Emily Miller led Hickman with 22 points in Monday's win.