The Rock Bridge boys tennis team won the eight-team Tournament of Champions on Saturday in St. Louis. It was the first time the Bruins won the meet since they starting competing in it almost 10 years ago.
The Hickman girls track and field team won the 17-team Parkway South Invitational on Saturday in Manchester.
Rock Bridge won the 15-team Lee's Summit boys track meet Friday afternoon. Hickman was fifth.
In 2006, Ryan Phillips was a 5-foot-6 12-year-old who could throw a fastball in the 70s. Now, he is a 16-year-old starting pitcher on the Rock Bridge varsity baseball team with a 6-0 record.
The Rock Bridge tennis team defeated Marshall 9-0 on Tuesday night at Bethal Park.
Carmen Boessen showed off a bicycle kick, one of soccer’s most difficult moves, during the first half of Rock Bridge's 3-0 win over visiting Troy Buchanan on Monday night.
Lauren Flaker, a state qualifier in the 100-meter dash for the Rock Bridge track and field team, is the co-president of the school's Harry Potter club, formally known as Dumbledore’s Army
Sophomore Ryan Phillips already drove in four runners on three singles, but in his fifth at bat, he sent a high fastball flying over the left field fence — a feat uncommon in high school baseball.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team was never able to adapt to the wet weather conditions on Thursday night and lost 6-0 to visiting Blue Valley Northwest.
Kewpies closer Curtis Hicks found himself hitting cleanup as a designated hitter in Thursday's game against Fort Zumwalt West.
Junior thrower Sarah Hall possesses strength her teammates on the Hickman track and field team like to compare to that of the fictional character Lara Croft, especially since like Croft, Hall wears a distinctive braid in her hair.
Hickman soccer player Maggie Pace provides leadership for her teammates and an entertaining attitude off the field.
After surviving at close call in the final minutes, the Hickman girls soccer team secured a 2-1 victory Tuesday night over visiting Jefferson City.
The scary moment involved pinch hitter Bryan Meeker.
Coach Tony Gragnani said Kewpies Kate Hulen and Sarah Levin have earned their roles in the starting lineup.
The Hickman track and field teams performed well at the Capitol City Relays on Saturday in Jefferson City with the girls team finishing third out of 13 teams and the boys team finishing fifth out of 15 teams.
Hickman first baseman Conner Shaw, right, used to play Rock Bridge baseball. This season, he plays for Hickman, which was edged 3-2 by the host Bruins on Monday.
Some runners on the Rock Bridge track and field team have never competed before in the events in which they will run this weekend in Lawrence Kan.
The Bruins' starting pitchers are a collective 10-1 this season.
Hickman baseball coach Terry Whitney graduated from Rock Bridge in 1978 and coached the Bruins from 1998-2006.