Shannon Greene, a Hickman High School senior, struck out 15 batters, walked one and hit one batter.
On the back of a four turnover performance, Battle's defense has shutout opposing offenses the last eight quarters it has played.
A sizeable alumni crowd shivered through Tolton's 50-6 win over the Missouri Military Academy. Fr. Tolton Regional High School celebrated its first Homecoming following its first graduating class this spring.
Hickman finished 18th, and Battle 26th out of 27 teams at the meet.
Lack of referees and players were cited as reasons for a new date.
The Trailblazers went 3-2 in tournament play.
The Rock Bridge High School football team lost to Helias Catholic High School on Friday night, 36-14, in a game filled with penalties and setbacks.
Hickman High School football fell 42-6 to Rockhurst High School in Kansas City on Friday.
Rock Bridge High School junior Hayden Johnson makes his presence on the football field known on both sides of the field.
New lights, a new press box and a winning record might give the Tolton football program a new feeling for returning graduates Friday.
We asked, and Kewpie fans answered: They sure do love their unique mascot. As one wrote, "Not everyone can rock being a naked baby!"
The team's running game has led it to the threshold of the playoffs.
The Muriel Williams Battle High School boys soccer team lost 3-0 to Jefferson City High School Tuesday night. The game was a chance for Battle to test itself against one of its district opponents.
The Knights remained undefeated after the 3-2 victory.
Lonnie Tapia, a soccer coach and art teacher at Tolton High School, is almost finished with a sculpture he began when a red maple tree fell in his yard over a decade ago.
The Bruins celebrated four seniors Monday night, some which have been teammates since childhood, during the team's last home game of the season.
Hickman High School softball snuck out a victory 6-5 against Blair Oaks High School on Monday.
The Bruins grabbed the sixth and final lead change in the fourth quarter, a 12-minute period that alone featured three lead changes. Long touchdown runs dominated the quarter, including an 80-yard kick return for a touchdown from Jefferson City sophomore Rashaun Woods, tilting the score 31-28 in favor of the Jays.
The Hickman High School football team's game against Muriel Williams Battle High School was a true defensive display, where two individual plays made all the difference.
Competing in the COMO Invitational, the Bruins swim team placed second to defending champion Rockhurst High School. The second place finish also meant the Bruins beat Saint Louis University High School for the first time this season.