Rock Bridge shot a 353 and Hickman shot 376 on Thursday at the Class 2, District 6 Tournament at the Fred Arbanas Golf Course in Kansas City.
Freshman Sophie Cunningham's upbeat personality and athletic skill have helped the Rock Bridge Bruins to an 18-5 start to their season.
Brothers Jordan and Zach Cook run for the Bruins boys varsity cross-country team, which currently ranked first in the state. Although they're both talented runners, they bring very different personalities to the team.
The Hickman softball team defeated New Franklin 13-2 Thursday.
Rock Bridge survived some frantic final minutes to escape with a 1-0 win over visiting rival Hickman on Wednesday night.
Thomas Jamieson-Lucy has always been a determined, motivated swimmer who never lets his size get in the way of his dreams.
Senior outfielder Kelsey Harrington hit three home runs on Tuesday, leading the Rock Bridge softball team to a 7-2 win over Lebanon.
A serious knee injury caused senior receiver Nate Egharevba to miss summer workouts and the first two games of the Bruins' season this year. But even though he hasn't fully recovered from the injury yet, he has decided to return to the field.
After transferring from Fulton, Hickman forward Peter Plakorus is working hard to build chemistry with his new teammates and coaches.
The Hickman softball team lost 6-4 to Wentzville Holt on Tuesday in Wentzville.
Despite a broken foot, the Kewpies' Sydney Washington continues to run, using her speed on the bases to help her team.
The Bruins scored just one stroke over first place Ursuline Academy, while Hickman High School's girls' golf team placed sixth in the Capital City Classic.
The Rock Bridge volleyball won all five of its games at the Troy Buchanan Invitational on Saturday.
Sophomore pitcher Conner Logsden threw 11 innings to lead Rock Bridge to a 2-1 extra-inning win over Parkway South. With the win, the Bruins locked up the Kewpie Classic tournament championship.
The Kewpies couldn't hold onto their second-half lead.
The Bruins scored six points against the state's top-ranked team.
A head of long blond hair makes West Wilson, a junior safety on the Rock Bridge football team, hard to miss. It also matches his unique personality.
J'den Cox's old knee injuries became a concern during the Hickman football team's game on Friday. The three meniscus tears he experienced last year made him concerned about his future college sports career, but he is determined to continue playing.
Despite having a young team and new coaches, the Rock Bridge volleyball team is pleased with their progress this season.