Hickman cross-country teams open season with strong performances.
Hickman celebrated its homecoming with a 20-17 win over Helias on Friday.
Hickman High School's Homecoming football game was filled with traditions and some new features.
After taking a 20-7 halftime lead, the Kewpies needed a defensive stand with two minutes left in the game to hold onto a 20-17 win.
The Rock Bridge softball team won three games in the Springfield Invitational tournament Friday.
The Bruins fell 40-21 to No. 1 ranked Rockhurst and its dominating running game on Friday night.
Matt Kelly, a junior at Rock Bridge, is the varsity soccer team's leading scorer with 12 goals in 12 games this season.
Hickman fell short against Kirksville, despite an incentive from coach Materer to skip practice Friday in favor of the school's homecoming parade if the team won.
The homecoming festivities continue Friday with both schools' football games beginning at 7 p.m. Rock Bridge will play Rockhurst High School, and Hickman will play Helias High School.
Hickman defensive coordinator Arnel Monroe's passion for football has impacted Kewpies players for 17 years.
The Rock Bridge girls volleyball team defeated St. Paul Lutheran 25-19, 20-25, 26-24 on Thursday night in Concordia.
The Hickman boys soccer team picked up a road victory by shutting out Smith-Cotton 2-0 Thursday in Sedalia.
The annual homecoming parade is Friday afternoon.
The Rock Bridge girls golf team set a school record for team score Tuesday, scoring a 159 in a match against Mexico at A.L. Gustin Golf Course.
The Hickman boys soccer team defeated Kansas City-East 8-0 on Thursday at Hickman.
A lighthearted but hard-working offensive line has been a big part of the Rock Bridge football team's 3-1 start this season.
The Rock Bridge girls volleyball team went 4-1 on Saturday at the Lee's Summit North volleyball tournament.
The Hickman boys and girls cross country teams both placed sixth Saturday at the Hazelwood Central Invitational.
The Hickman girls golf team hosted a match with Helias Catholic and Mexico High School and finished second with a 180.