The Rock Bridge boys golf team placed second in Monday's Capital City Invitational Tournament at the Meadowlake Country Club in Jefferson City, while Hickman tied for seventh.
Josh Harvey and Victoria Jackson break school and meet records for the Kewpies at the Kirkwood Invitational.
Bruins stay perfect on the season with a 9-0 win over Blue Springs South in the Mid-Missouri Invitational final.
The Bruins defeated Glendale 7-2 on Thursday at Bethel Park. Rock Bridge is now 10-0 this season.
The Kewpies suffer their fifth consecutive loss.
After Hickman girls' soccer coach Jon Strodtman died in 2008, the Kewpies are encountering new experiences with new coach Tony Gragnani. However, even with a new coach, the team is determined to keep the spirit of Strodtman alive.
Bruins roll to shutout win.
Bruins were led by fourth-place finisher Wilson Sunvold.
Junior Ben Levin originally got involved with the sport to stay in shape for soccer, but now he is becoming a player that opposing tennis teams are wanting to avoid to play.
The Kewpies had some scoring opportunities, but some deflected goals by Francis Howell Central put the game out of reach.
After losing in double overtime Thursday, the Bruins bounced to win Saturday afternoon against Glendale to split a pair of games in the weekend tournament.
Rock Bridge shut down Quincy sophomore forward Hayley Womack in regulation and the first overtime, but could not stop her powerful right-footed kick in the second overtime, losing 1-0 Thursday night at Rock Bridge.
A 2-1 win over Jefferson City on Tuesday night keeps new Rock Bridge girls soccer coach Marc VanDover undefeated this season.
The Bruins boys tennis team improved to 6-0 with a 9-0 victory against Quincy (Ill.) on Tuesday at Bethel Park. Rock Bridge sat their top five varsity players to give other players a chance.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team defeated rival Hickman 1-0 with a successful penalty kick near the end of the second overtime period Monday night at Hickman.
The Rock Bridge boys golf team was second at the Smith-Cotton Invitational on Monday at the Sedalia Country Club.
The Rock Bridge boys tennis team defeated Parkway Central and Parkway South on Saturday to improve to 5-0 this season.
Defending state champion Rock Bridge coasted to a 9-0 win on Friday over Hickman, who hasn't defeated its rival since 2000.
Visiting with the impoverished and oppressed Tutsi population of Rwanda, helped Rock Bridge freshman golfer Tyler Kolb realize he wants to do more extensive mission work.