The Hickman baseball team outlasted host Southern Boone 5-4 in eight innings Thursday.
Two explosive innings and strong pitching led Hickman's boys' baseball team to victory against St. Charles High School on Wednesday.
After struggling early Rock Bridge senior third baseman Travis Bittle claimed the winning hit in the seventh inning of the Bruins' 8-2 victory Wednesday over visiting Eureka.
Carmen Boessen scored the Bruins' only goal.
The Rock Bridge varsity team defeated Hickman's varsity team at the Lake of the Woods Golf Course, scoring a 155 to Hickman's 163. However, the Rock Bridge junior varsity team had a its own surprise for Hickman.
The Hickman girls soccer team lost 2-1 to visiting Pembroke Hill on Tuesday in the Kewpies' home opener, but the loss was a big improvement from Saturday's 10-0 road loss.
The young Hickman Kewpies team looks to rebound from a 10-0 loss when it hosts Pembroke Hill on Tuesday.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team lost 55-43 to Lee's Summit North on Saturday in the third-place game of the Class 5 state tournament to finish the season at 24-6.
It has been 18 consecutive wins for the Bruins over the Kewpies in boys basketball. A high number of coaching changes at Hickman might be the reason for slowed success.
The Bruins lost 57-45 to Troy Buchanan on Friday at Mizzou Arena. Rock Bridge fell behind Troy Buchanan early in the Class 5 semifinals game and struggled to make a comeback as it missed outside shots and simple put-backs.
Rock Bridge seniors Matt Kelly and Karon Hayes played with Troy Buchanan's Neil Branham and Derek Deters last summer on the St. Louis Raptors AAU team. The Bruins play the Trojans on Friday in the semifinals of the Class 5 state boys basketball tournament at Mizzou Arena.
Austin Ray, a 6-foot-6 junior forward for the Bruins, scored 10 points in the 57-45 Rock Bridge victory over Branson on Saturday. The Bruins will be back home for the Show-Me Showdown next weekend at Mizzou Arena.
Rock Bridge lost to Branson 63-58 on Jan. 22 in what coach Jim Scanlon considers the team's low point of the season. After compiling a 10-game win streak, the Bruins face the last team that beat them, Branson, in the Class 5 quarterfinals on Saturday.
Freshman Nick Norton is a key contributor again in the 68-46 victory.
Chants of "We want Cheadle!" have been commonplace during the Rock Bridge boys basketball team's run to the Class 5 sectionals.
Fayette beat Douglass 87-49 on Tuesday night in the first round of the Class 2, District 7 tournament at Harrisburg High School.
After being down 17-3 in the first quarter, the Jefferson City Jays battled back to win 34-33 on Friday. Kristin Burnett led the Jays with 10 points and freshman guard Monique Townson added eight.
Sophomore point guard spurs early, late runs and Rock Bridge beat Jefferson City 71-48 for the Class 5 District 9 championship.
Former Missouri libero Tatum Anderson will take over as Rock Bridge head volleyball coach, replacing Vicki Reimler, who coached the Bruins from 1982 to 2002 and returned for a year in 2010, winning a district championship.
Aqua Corpening scored 22 points, but it was not enough as Hickman lost to Jefferson City 50-43 on Wednesday.