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Rock Bridge football team loses for first time this season

Jefferson City running back Devon Moore scored four first half rushing touchdowns to help the Jays roll past host Rock Bridge 31-14. 

Hickman football team bogs down in loss to Hannibal

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

Rock Bridge tight end excited about Ole Miss football scholarship

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.

After three knee surgeries, Will Owens still makes impact for Kewpies

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 carry Rock Bridge softball team past Hickman

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.

Nicole Mello gets running start post-injury at Hickman

Kewpies junior cross country runner Nicole Mello finished 11th at last season's state meet despite a limiting injury. This season, she hopes to stay healthy and achieve even more.

Hickman volleyball falls to Wentzville Holt

The Hickman volleyball team fell to 1-5 on the year after losing in straight sets to Wentzville Holt on Thursday night.

Hickman golfers take second in four-team match

The Hickman girls golf team shot a 185 to finish second in a match with Quincy, Helias and Mexico on Thursday night at Arthur Hills Golf Course in Mexico.

Hickman girls golf team works to "stay neutral" on the course

When you first hear it, the motto for the Hickman girls golf team seems uninspiring. But if you ask the golfers, the phrase “Stay neutral” works well.

Rock Bridge volleyball team wins ninth game in six days

The Rock Bridge volleyball team was tired entering its match against Hermann on Tuesday, but the Bruins fought through a rough start for their ninth victory in six days.

Fuller's power leads Rock Bridge past Moberly

Senior Lauren Fuller's two home runs and six innings pitched helped the Bruins defeat Moberly on Tuesday night.

Bats go quiet for Hickman softball team

The Kewpies managed only two hits in an 8-0 loss Tuesday at Helias.

Pink Out volleyball game has special meaning for Rock Bridge player

Madison Jones honored her mother, Sara Jones, diagnosed with breast cancer seven months ago, with a bouquet of pink flowers at Rock Bridge High School's annual Pink Out volleyball game.

Hickman softball team depends on Drake for hitting, motivation

Senior Andrea Drake uses her "goofiness" to keep her teammates loose, but doesn't let it distract her from putting runs in the scorebook.

Q&A with Rock Bridge football coach A.J. Ofodile

Rock Bridge Bruins football coach A.J. Ofodile answers questions about his team, last Friday's game and the upcoming game against the undefeated Jefferson City Jaybirds.

Q&A with Hickman football coach Arnel Monroe

The Missourian caught up with Kewpies head coach Arnel Monroe on Monday as his team began preparations for its next opponent: Hannibal (1-2).

Rock Bridge volleyball rolls to Chrisman Invitational title

The team won the William Chrisman Invitational with a 6-0 record, defeating teams from six other schools in the process.

Hickman football team dominates Hazelwood West

Hickman quarterback Logan Fitch went 9-for-15 passing and threw for 121 yards and three touchdowns.

Rock Bridge soccer shuts out University City

The Rock Bridge soccer team scored early and often in a 9-0 win over University City on Saturday afternoon at Rock Bridge High School.

New head coach for swimming teams at Hickman and Rock Bridge high schools

After a successful coaching stint in North Carolina, the MU alumna was excited to have the opportunity to return to Columbia.

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