The Bruins girls volleyball team earned its first win of the season with a 25-22, 25-17 victory over the Jays on Tuesday at Rock Bridge.
The Hickman softball team lost 5-4 in nine innings Tuesday at Southern Boone.
The Rock Bridge softball team beat visiting North Callaway 15-0 Monday to run its record to 6-0.
The Bruins won the team competition and two group competitions at the Helias Catholic Invitational.
Quarterbacks Logan Fitch of Hickman and Mark Pickerel of Rock Bridge were the stars of Rock Bridge’s thrilling 24-20 victory in Friday’s Providence Bowl.
As the new season approaches, coach Greg Gunn is working with the Hickman volleyball team on bonding and having fun.
First-time player gives Bruins "storybook" win over cross-town rival Kewpies.
The Kewpies lost half of its team last season to graduation and start this season with a new slate of players.
Hickman won both of its games in the Troy Tournament on Friday night, 2-1 and 4-2.
The MU tailback was issued an order of protection in June after allegations of sexual assault. He was suspended from the team indefinitely by head coach Gary Pinkel on Thursday for disciplinary reasons.
It will be the 14th meeting between the Bruins and the Kewpies, but it’s the first time they have faced off in the first week of the high school football season.
Rock Bridge High girls tennis team wins against Hickman High, 9-0.
The Hickman girls softball team came from behind to win its season opener Tuesday evening 6-5 over visiting Boonville.
The Rock Bridge and Hickman football teams started their new seasons Monday with the first official day of two-a-day practices.
The Brooklyn Cats use their fast-paced style of play to honor their coach's hometown near St. Louis.
The Rock Bridge cheerleaders are set to compete in the Northeast Regional Cheerleading Competition on Wednesday at Moberly Area Community College.
Soccer players from three high schools in Boone County came together Saturday for the Show-Me State Games to prepare for high school tryouts.
The Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals give the Chasteen brothers a chance to compete against each other with friendly sibling rivalry, while still strengthening their brotherly bond.
Jeremy Kempker finished third in calf roping in Saturday's Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals. Kempker plans to pursue calf roping professionally instead of going to college.