A late charge from the Kewpies wasn't enough as Rock Bridge hung on to win 33-27 for its third straight over Hickman.
Sophomore quarterback Mason Murray led the Hickman Kewpies to a touchdown late in the Rock Bridge game Friday at Faurot Field. Murray, who is primarily a running quarterback, surprised his opponents with his ability to pass the ball turn his short playing time.
Hickman advanced to 3-0 in fall softball play Friday with two wins in the Troy Tournament.
Loaded with 11 seniors and a roster full of players who contributed to last year’s successful postseason run, the Bruins boast one of the most experienced teams in the state.
The Providence Bowl is Coach Arnel Monroe's first game as head coach and one of the biggest of the season for Hickman's football team. But that intense atmosphere doesn't phase the veteran Monroe.
Rock Bridge's Bo Bell has spent his entire high school career as a backup quarterback, patiently waiting for his opportunity to start. Now he has his chance.
After struggling last year, the Hickman volleyball team is staying positive about the new season.
Fr. Tolton Catholic High School, the first Catholic high school in the Columbia area, has organized several different sports teams, two which are the result of a cooperative partnership with Calvary Lutheran High School in Jefferson City.
Columbia's new Catholic high school, Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School, hosted a Fall Sports Pictures and Media night on Thursday.
The Hickman softball team opened the season Tuesday with a three-inning 18-0 victory over host Boonville.
The organization originated 10 years ago and now has 11 teams with players from various age groups and Columbia schools.
Greg Fike used a wedge on the 135-yard, par-3 17th hole at Lake of the Woods Golf Course to make the shot.
The district will continue to cover coaches, base-level equipment and basic transportation for all sports.
Not many of Rock Bridge junior Tory Chasteen's classmates were there to watch him compete Saturday in the Missouri High School State Rodeo Finals, but he has always had the support of his family.
After the completion of the bull riding competition Saturday at the Missouri High School State Rodeo Finals, Hickman sophomore Justin Smith has a good chance to make the national high school finals. He will find out Sunday if he made it.
Competitors from around the state went through their final go-rounds Saturday at the Missouri High School State Rodeo Finals at the Boone County Fairgrounds.
High school wranglers from across the state have converged on Columbia for the Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals, which began Thursday at the Boone County Fairgrounds.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer season ended in double overtime Saturday in the Class 3 state quarterfinal game against Glendale High School.
Rock Bridge boys finished seventh and Hickman girls finished 12th in Jefferson City.
Rock Bridge senior tennis players Jimmy Hunter and Joe LaRose won the Class 2 state doubles title on Saturday at the Cooper Tennis Complex in Springfield.