Both the Bruins boys and girls cross country teams won at the district meet and will be advancing to sectional competition.
On a typical fall weekend, the city of Columbia is inundated with all things football. The Missourian is out to capture as much of it as possible.
The Rock Bridge football team's celebration was cut short when a blocked extra point attempt ruined the chance for a tie game in the fourth quarter on Friday night.
After a 33-0 drubbing of Troy Buchanan Friday night, Hickman needs a victory against Jefferson City to advance to the playoffs.
The Rock Bridge and Hickman boys soccer teams both earned top-three seeds for the Class 3 District 9 tournament. The tournament begins Saturday, Oct. 29 at Rock Bridge.
The Hickman soccer team lost to Rolla 3-1 on Friday night in both teams' first game of the Rolla Classic.
The Rock Bridge soccer team beat Park Hill 3-0 on Friday afternoon in Kansas City.
The Kewpies and the Bruins faced off at Columbia College for the senior night rivalry game. Although Hickman started out competitively, Rock Bridge pulled through for an easy victory.
The Bruins are 1-0 in Class 6, District 7 play after defeating Liberty 40-7 last weekend, and they only need one more win in their next two games to advance to sectionals.
Alex Holliday has stayed positive even though his senior year hasn’t been as successful as he would have hoped.
Deven Larry doesn't say much, but he is an integral part of Hickman's backfield. After a concussion in practice kept him out last Friday, he'll be back against Troy Buchanan High School.
Brayden Parker is a center on the Bruins' football team and a tenor saxophonist for the marching band.
The Bruins shot a team score of 352 on Tuesday at Sedalia Country Club, defeating seven other Missouri high schools to win Rock Bridge’s first girls golf state championship.
Chloe and James Kome share a close relationship both on and off the Kewpies' volleyball court, but it's a relationship that is changing.
The Rock Bridge boys soccer team beat Jefferson City 1-0 with a goal in the final second of the first half.
The opening round of the Class 2 state girls golf tournament was canceled today because of thunderstorms.
Senior Kimberly Lake and sophomore Lindsey Head each had nine kills for the Kewpies.
It was slightly odd that members of the Rock Bridge girls golf team were sprinting with their golf bags strapped to their backs during practice.
The Bruins must win one of two remaining games in order to advance to sectionals.