After transferring from Hickman, senior Vencel Tigue has found a home at Rock Bridge.
Tolton Catholic lost its program's first playoff game, falling 76-54 to Harrisburg on Tuesday evening in the Class 2, District 7 Tournament in Sturgeon.
In the Bruins' eight losses, their opponents are averaging 62.8 points per game.
J'Den Cox becomes the 22nd four-time state champion in Missouri State High School Activities Association wrestling history.
Despite the fierce rivalry between Rock Bridge and Hickman athletics, wrestlers from both schools have supported each other at the state tournament this weekend.
The Bruins hit 15 3-pointers en route to a 79-47 victory against Rockhurst at home Friday night.
Hickman lost Friday night to snap their six-game winning streak but gained experience against elite competition.
The Bruins have overcome the loss of post presence Hannah Dressler to maintain control in the paint.
Hickman sophomore Ellie Johnson will be counted on to play big against a tall St. Joseph's Academy team on Friday night.
Rock Bridge wrestlers are looking forward to competing in the state tournament this weekend...and then eating sweets afterwards.
Kewpies point guard Jade Holly was back in the lineup after missing five games with a concussion.
J'den Cox is trying to become Columbia's first four-time state champion, while Alex Shea is trying to capture his first state championship this weekend at Mizzou Arena.
Forward Mikayla Logan is a key part of the Hickman girls' basketball team, despite suffering a stress fracture in her foot earlier this season.
The Kewpies soundly beat the Yellowjackets for their 22nd win of the season.
Tolton Catholic couldn't keep up with Helias Catholic, going scoreless in the fourth quarter and dropping the road matchup, 63-30.
Pitted against Madison Prep, a team that provided an unprecedented match athletically, the Kewpies came out on top with a late bucket by Jimmy Whitt.
Hickman and Rock Bridge each had three wrestlers win championships, while Fr. Tolton Catholic had one champion in this weekend's district tournament competitions.
Three Tolton players reached double figure scoring as the Trailblazers improved to 11-11 on the season.
Despite the Crusaders attempts to drag the game to a glacial pace, Hickman got its groove back in the second half and won its 20th game of the season.
The Bruins' reserves have excelled in each of the team's lopsided victories this week.