The Battle baseball team dropped another game by a big margin. It hopes it can soon emulate the team it just played.
Chandler Wyatt pitched a shutout for the Rock Bridge Bruins on Friday. Because of heavy rain on Wednesday and Thursday, the game was held at Hickman High School, on the Kewpies' new artificial turf field.
Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School competed against St. Louis University High school Friday in a nine-hole match.
Childhood friends Salim Gumati and Cooper Smith signed with rival Division II programs on Thursday.
Hickman guard Chris Clark is trying to find a new college after decommitting from the University of Tennessee at Martin.
The Rock Bridge boys golf team opened its 2014 season Tuesday with a win over Hickman at L.A. Nickell Golf Course, defeating their cross-town rivals by 13 strokes, 150-163.
Hickman wins one and loses one at the St. Charles Midwest Classic.
Battle baseball coach Jared Wood scheduled tough opponents to teach his team in their first season. The lesson continued Thursday as the Spartans lost to Helias 16-1.
Tolton girls soccer moves to 1-2 on the season after loss to Battle.
Rock Bridge boys tennis opened its season with a convincing win over Park Hill South.
Battle junior Marshall Willingham made history in the Spartans' 17-4 loss to Rock Bridge.
After losing to Fulton High School on Monday, Fr. Tolton Catholic's record drops to 2-4.
The Hickman baseball team followed a 5-3 loss to Vianney, its first loss of the season, with a 12-2 win against Waynesville on Saturday. The Kewpies are now 3-1 on the year.
Michael Porter Jr., a freshman at Fr. Tolton Regional High School and top-tier prospect for the class of 2017, earned a scholarship offer the Indiana Hoosiers on Friday.
Adam Taylor has been in charge of Hickman boys soccer since 2006, but 2014 is his first year as the girls head coach. The team loves the style he has brought to practice.
Christian Elliott was one-for-three with a triple and an RBI.
Five players scored for Fr. Tolton High School, which won its girls' soccer season-opener against Elsberry 11-1 on Monday.
The Hickman boys' basketball team hung around like it always does. This time, it couldn't fight back to win a state title.
Hickman High School and Christian Brothers College played a state title game that players and coaches will likely remember forever.
After Saturday's state championship win, Rock Bridge senior Bri Porter finally felt satisfied. She had watched her team win the championship the last two seasons but after overcoming three ACL injuries, she was finally able to contribute this year.