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.
The Hickman soccer team jumped on Smith-Cotton early and cruised to a 3-0 win on Thursday night.
Senior Morgan Reimler shot a 79 on par-72 Tanglewood Golf Course course to earn medalist honors for the Bruins, who totaled 339 as a team. Hickman shot 364 to place second.
Despite an excellent defensive effort, Hickman softball lost to Jefferson City 3-2 in nine innings Tuesday. Kewpies pitcher Riley Wilson gave up 16 hits but still kept the game close.
The Missourian caught up with Rock Bridge coach A.J. Ofodile on Monday as his team prepares for its next opponent— the No.1 ranked Rockhurst Hawklets.
The Kewpies are still looking for their second win of the season after losing to defending Class 2 state champion Hermann on Monday.
Sophomore Breanna Logan pitched six scoreless innings in Rock Bridge's 10-0 victory Monday. It hasn't always been so easy, though; Logan had to overcome a frightening injury to get where she is now.
The Missourian talked to Hickman coach Arnel Monroe on Monday as the 2-2 Kewpies began to prepare to face another 2-2 team, Helias Catholic.
The Hickman softball team defeated Hallsville 10-0 on Monday at Antimi Fields.
The Bruins senior, who hails from Brazil, performed well in his first meet of the season.
The Hickman boys cross country team placed fifth out of 28 teams Saturday at the Hazelwood Central Invitational.
Jefferson City running back Devon Moore scored four first half rushing touchdowns to help the Jays roll past host Rock Bridge 31-14.
It was a night of dropped passes, penalties and missed opportunities for the Kewpies on Friday night in a 10-0 loss to visiting Hannibal
Austin Ray, a 6-foot-6-inch, 235-pound senior tight end for Rock Bridge High School's football team, thought he might find a spot playing for Missouri. He didn't — but a football scholarship to Ole Miss has him excited for college.
Will Owens has had three surgeries to repair torn menisci in his left and right knees. His most recent surgery was in July, but he's not showing any lingering effects. He's playing both sides of the ball for Hickman and has hopes for a college football career.
Seniors Whitney Wipfler and Kelsey Harrington both had three hits to lead Rock Bridge to a 10-6 win over rival Hickman. The game was played in front of a rowdy crowd at University Field.