After an hourlong delay, Tolton came out strong and rumbled over Kennedy on the ground, 40-8.
The 6-foot-2-inch, 330-pound lineman transferred to Tolton from Hickman High School this school year. The large lineman likes to sketch in his spare time, drawing inspiration from "Calvin and Hobbes" and "Garfield."
Hickman's Shannon Greene strikes out 10 in 10-1 victory over Southern Boone.
When the Rock Bridge High School football team travels to Battle High School for their game on Friday, a former ally will become a foe.
The second oldest rivalry in the state of Missouri willbe renewed again for the 95th straight year on Friday.
The boys team won the state title in 2011, and the girls team is currently ranked first in the state.
The Battle High School volleyball team lost in two sets at Centralia on Thursday. The Spartans are now 1-3.
Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School defeated Sturgeon for its fourth win of the season on Thursday.
The Bruins are 7-0 after winning six straight games to finish dual match play against Notre Dame de Sion.
Sophomore setter Michaela Karrick had 10 assists in the win. Junior hitter Emily Murray led the Spartan's attack with six kills, and sophomore hitter Lauren Hager tallied four blocks.
Kewpies led off the game with back-to-back home runs.
The Hickman boys soccer team posted a 2-1 win over Jefferson City for its first home victory of the season. The Kewpies moved to 3-2 and have a winning record for the first time this season.
After several years of playing home games at Antimi Sports Complex, the Hickman High School softball team will now play home games at Hickman on new artificial turf, while sharing the field with the Hickman baseball team.
The Bruins are 6-0 after defeating the Lancers in singles and doubles.
The Spartans lose in straight sets to the Lebanon Yellowjackets.
The girls team finished first out of 40 schools, and the boys finished second out of 45 at the Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic.
The Rock Bridge High School football team defeated De Smet Jesuit High School 44-0, on the back of a dominating defensive effort that set the tone from the get-go.
Drew Lock and Lee's Summit's offense overcomes 17 point deficit to defeat Hickman High School.
Despite Tolton losing the game to Lutheran St. Charles, 41-20, the Trailblazer fan base had a lot to cheer about for their new dance team.
By halftime, Holt closed the gap to 42-28. But the scoring was just getting started. Holt consistently crept within a touchdown of Battle throughout the second half. The win wasn't decided until an interception by Nash Sutherlin with 1:36 left in the game.