Logan Gray, a 2007 graduate of Rock Bridge High School, has decided to transfer for his senior season of college football.
The close relationship between two Rock Bridge players and and their Hickman opponent was easy to see Monday night in the Bruins' 5-1 victory over the Kewpies.
Rock Bridge senior Travis Bittle went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and was the winning pitcher Monday in the Bruins' 9-1 victory over visiting Boonville.
The Rock Bridge boys' golf team won the Smith-Cotton Classic on Monday. Hickman finished seventh.
The Hickman baseball team improved to 6-5 during the weekend after winning two games at the Capital City Tournament in Jefferson City.
Several Kewpies were successfull at the Glendale Girls Night Out event in Springfield.
The Kewpies were one of 31 teams that participated in the event.
The Kewpies were down by two after the first half but Lindbergh added five more goals to win 7-0.
The Hickman-Rock Bridge Playoff at Columbia Country Club is the only match play event for the teams during the season.
Legislator says the data on head injuries would help schools find better ways to protect students.
For the third consecutive year, the Rock Bridge and Helias Catholic girls soccer teams took their game to overtime. Thursday at Rock Bridge, the Bruins prevailed in an overtime penalty kick shootout.
Rock Bridge freshman Taylor McDannold won the 400-meter dash at Saturday's Missouri Relays. It was her first high school meet.
Rock Bridge beat host Hickman 9-0 on Wednesday in a boys tennis match at Cosmopolitan Park.
The Hickman baseball team couldn't overcome its defensive woes as they lost 11-8 to Helias on Wednesday.
Senior Wilson Sundvold led the Rock Bridge boys golf team to the title of Wednesday's William Woods Invite at Tanlgewood Gold Course in Fulton.
Rock Bridge soccer coach Marc VanDover couldn't help grinning about the Bruins' 4-0 victory over Hannibal on Tuesday night at Rock Bridge.
Rock Bridge won the 12-team Columbia Classic on Monday at A.L. Gustin Golf Course, while Hickman placed fourth.
The Missouri Relays on Saturday marked the first event Matt Pickerel, an MU junior, and Mark Pickerel, a senior at Rock Bridge, competed in the same sport, in the same place, at the same time.
Former Missouri volleyball player Tatum Anderson, 25, has been hired to coach the Rock Bridge High School volleyball team.
The Kewpies lost 3-0 to Camdenton to move to 0-3 on the season.