The Hickman girls basketball team defeated Helias 55-26 Thursday night. Senior Emily Miller had another impressive performance, putting up 23 points for the Kewpies.
Jefferson City got as close as three after being down 19 points in the second quarter.
The Muriel Williams Battle High School girls basketball team won at Villa Duchesne on Thursday night.
Only last summer, the all-black Jackie Robinson West team was the toast of Chicago and was honored with trips to San Francisco and to the White House.
But the sport's governing body announced that team officials had engaged in a Little League version of political gerrymandering.
Despite 41 points from Hickman High School star Jimmy Whitt, Jefferson City defeated Hickman 73-65 on Tuesday night.
In an 84-65 senior night win, Josh Boyer became Tolton's second player to notch 1,000 career points.
Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School beat Muriel Williams Battle High School 53-27. The team honored their two seniors, Hope Wright and River Remis.
The senior continually attacked the rim, sprinted out on the fast break and got to the free-throw line. She made all 14 of her free-throw attempts.
Three Bruins scored in double figures to help Rock Bridge hang on after a tight contest.
Kelley Tackett needed the 200-yard individual medley and 100-yard backstroke to qualify for each of the 12 state-wide swimming events. She got them both.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team placed second in the Webster Winter Challenge after an overtime loss to Incarnate Word Academy.
Battle girls' basketball was only down three at halftime, but the wheels came off in the second half, and the Spartans fell to Ozark High School 50-30.
Muriel Williams Battle High School boys basketball lost to Fatima High School 56-46. Camron Fugate led the Spartans with 18 points.
Hope Wright scored her 1,000th point in Fr. Tolton Catholic's 67-59 win over Fulton High School.
The Kewpies suffered their fourth loss in five games Friday in a 73-63 defeat to College Prep at Madison.
The Muriel Williams Battle boys basketball team had two weeks to think about its five-game losing streak. That streak became history with a 51-26 win over Blair Oaks.
The Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School boys basketball team jumped out to an early lead and never looked back against Southern Boone High School.
Despite trailing after the first quarter, the Rock Bridge High School girls basketball team pulled away for a 66-50 win.
Tolton's wrestling team has seven members. That's it. Coach Tony Eierman told his team members to give their heart and soul to the program. The wrestlers have embraced that mentality, and with it may have achieved something far greater than just winning.
Rock Bridge lost to Jefferson City 62-51 on Tuesday.