Rock Bridge senior Logan Parks sits out the Senior Night game against Helias.
Rock Bridge and Hickman high school wrestlers compete MSHSAA state wrestling tournament.
After defeating Central’s Josh Phillips 3-1 in the semifinals, all that stands in the way of Cox and a state championship is Lafayette’s Andrew Early, an opponent that Cox defeated twice earlier this season, 5-2 and 6-3.
The Marshall twins, a pair of 5-foot junior guards on the Rock Bridge girls basketball team, scored three 3-pointers each Thursday night in the Bruins' 63-24 victory over visiting Helias.
Freshman J'den Cox enters the state tournament Thursday as the No. 1 wrestler in the state at 171 pounds.
The Hickman girls basketball team lost 38-21 on Thursday at St. Teresa's in Kansas City.
When Hickman guard Lyle Harris crashed to the floor in the first quarter then left the game shaken, the Kewpies lost their rythm and ended up losing 77-71 Tuesday to visiting Ruskin. But a bigger loss was avoided when Harris was able to return to the game.
The Hickman girls basketball team pulled out a 48-47 victory Tuesday at Logan Rogersville when Ashley Davis put back an offensive rebound in the final seconds.
Guard Lyle Harris is having a great year and is hoping to play in college, like his siblings.
Rock Bridge senior wrestler Will Evans was one of four Bruins to qualify for state at Saturday's district meet, including sophomore Trent Johnson and juniors Josh Gaskins and Josh Braselton. Hickman qualified two wrestlers for state, freshman J’den Cox and sophomore Will Owens. Cox was the only district champion.
Hickman suffered a 60-37 loss against Ozark on Saturday in the Kewpies' last home game of the regular season.
This weekend's Class 4, District 3 wrestling tournament includes four of the top-10 ranked teams in the state
As alumni returned to be inducted into the Rock Bridge High School Athletic Hall of Fame, the Bruins clinch a win over the Westport Tigers, 87-46.
Hickman Kewpies win rivalry game against Jefferson City, defeating the Jays 69-55 Friday night.
Because he missed much of his junior year at Rock Bridge because of injuries, video played an important role in his recruitment to play football at Wyoming.
The Hickman boys basketball team won 70-64 on Thursday in a double overtime contest at Logan-Rogersville.
The Kewpies had a chance to tie the game at the end of overtime but missed a 3-point attempt.
Hickman senior Nathalia Mello qualified for the state meet Saturday at the Last Chance girls swimming and diving meet along with her younger twin sisters Bianca and Nicole Mello.
In its final home match of the season, the Rock Bridge wrestling team sent out its four seniors with a dominating 51-24 win over De Smet.
Coach John Burns takes pride in is his ability to evaluate a team’s realistic talent. He is direct with his expectations of players and honest about where his team is and could be.