The Hickman girls basketball team improved to 15-6 with a 47-46 victory Tuesday at Jefferson City.
After their practice schedule was impacted by the snowstorm, the Bruins' wrestlers lost to the Jays on senior night.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team finished second at the Webster Winter Challenge. The team had not been able to practice for four daysbecause of last Tuesday's snowstorm.
The Hickman girls basketball team won 37-29 Saturday at Lincoln Prep in what Hickman coach Tonya Mirts called a "sluggish affair."
After slow starts in its past two games, the Rock Bridge boys basketball team took a 22-11 lead in the first quarter Saturday against Lincoln Prep on the way to a 85-50 victory.
A leak in Hickman's gymnasium ceiling brings a game between the Kewpies and Lincoln prep to a premature end.
Hickman's Wesley Leftwich joined Missouri, and three Rock Bridge players headed to FBS or FCS schools.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team combined stifling defense with good ball movement Saturday in its victory over Lafayette.
A slow start and a second-half Rock Bridge run leads to a 64-43 rout of the Kewpies.
After playing an important part in Rock Bridge's victory over Hickman and coach David Johnson in December, the Bruins' Manuale Watkins looks to cause problems for his former youth coach again Friday.
Despite matching the Rock Bridge girls basketball team in intensity for most of the game, Hickman found itself in foul trouble early and missed opportunities by committing key turnovers late.
Lynn Allen and Scott Williams have coached at-risk students for 14 years at Douglass High School. At Columbia's alternative high school, their boys' basketball team has become a family.
Douglass High School improves to 9-3 after beating East High School (Kansas City) 81-51.
Hickman's J'den Cox displayed his speed Saturday against main rival Josh Braselton of Rock Bridge. Cox, the top-ranked 215-pounder in Class 4, scored two key takedowns against Braselton, who boasts the No. 2-ranking, to earn a 7-3 victory in the championship match of the weight class at Saturday's Hickman Tournament.
The Hickman girls basketball team placed second at the Sedalia tournament, losing 52-49 to Springfield-Parkview in Saturday's championship game.
The Hickman boys basketball team won its first round game on Friday, but lost in the semifinals and then the third-place game on Saturday in the Springfield-Glendale Winter Classic.
The Kewpies won 71-61 over Carthage and will play Springfield Glendale in the semi-finals at 1 p.m. Saturday.
The Hickman girls basketball team beat Sedalia 48-34.
Rock Bridge wrestler Josh Braselton is likely to one of his toughest foes at this weekend's Hickman tournament. So far, the Kewpies J'den Cox has beaten Braselton in their first two matches this season.
The Hallsville girls basketball team looks to take the next step in its quest for postseason success by turning the tables on Harrisburg.