After watching her older brothers volunteer for many years, Rock Bridge golfer Caraline Trecha hopes to form a sports group for children that will be a part of the Rock Bridge Reaches Out volunteer program at the school.
Brady Wulff, a junior goalkeeper for the Rock Bridge soccer team, blocked a Hickman penalty kick with six minutes left to preserve a 2-1 victory for the Bruins — their first regular season victory against the Kewpies in two years.
The Rock Bridge girls tennis team defeated visiting Helias 9-0 Wednesday.
The Rock Bridge tennis team's top two players have helped lead the team to a 18-0 start, and they hope to bring the team back to the state tournament.
The Hickman softball team defeated host Pilot Grove 7-1 Monday.
The Rock Bridge girls golf team finished fifth out of 15 teams Monday at the Capital City Invitational.
The Hickman softball team won its first game of the Kewpie Classic, 5-2, before being no-hit in the second, losing 7-0.
Running back Trey Millard scored twice for the Rock Bridge football team in its 26-0 victory over Hickman on Thursday night in the annual Providence Bowl.
The Rock Bridge football team won 26-0 against Hickman Thursday night at Memorial Stadium.
The Hickman and Rock Bridge football teams are certainly familiar with each other, but that hasn't prevented them from working hard to prepare for tonight's game against each other at Memorial Stadium. Hickman even called on a hero from its 1966 team to give a pep talk to this year's squad.
Rock Bridge's Wilson Pfeiffer, a junior cornerback, quit football last year to focus on baseball, but after some recruiting, he returned and is starting for the Bruins.
Not many fans stayed to see the Rock Bridge football team's 26-0 victory over Hickman on Thursday night at Memorial Stadium, but those that stuck around said they had a good time.
Despite a knee injury, Sydney Washington has driven herself to continue playing both on the high school varsity softball team and a gymnastics team.
Odon Logan helped Hickman defeat highly favored Jefferson City in 1966.
The Hickman softball team lost 1-0 on Tuesday to visiting Jefferson City.
After swimming together for five years, three Hickman swimmers have discovered another way to spend time together. United by the Columbia Aeronautics and Space Association, the swimmers have fun learning about what it takes to be a part of NASA.
Despite a 1-4 record thus far, the Rock Bridge boys soccer team and its coach hope that a tournament in St. Louis this week will put them on the right track.
The Rock Bridge softball team's home game against New Franklin on Monday was postponed because of rain.