One swimmer from Rock Bridge and four swimmers and two divers from Hickman will compete at the MSHSAA State Championship meet this weekend.
The Kewpies defeated the Indians at Wentzville.
Rock Bridge sophomore point guard Travis Jorgenson sometimes gets called for a carry but more often creates plays with his dribbling skills. The Rock Bridge boys basketball team won 82-52 against Sumner Monday night.
The Bruins overcame a sluggish first half to defeat Villa Duchense 41-37 Monday night in St. Louis.
The Hickman girls basketball team surged ahead in the third quarter and scored 20 points for a 69-43 victory Saturday at California, Mo.
Rock Bridge qualified six wrestlers to next week's state meet, and Hickman qualified four.
The Kewpies' losing streak reached seven games after the 90-68 loss to Ozark.
The season ended for many Hickman and Rock Bridge girls swimmers on Saturday.
The Hickman girls basketball team lost 48-37 at Ozark High School on Saturday. Ozark High is one of the top 10 girls basketball teams in the state.
Jefferson City boys basketball coach David Fox is a former Rock Bridge player who participated in the first meeting between the schools.
Will Echelmeier's hot hand in the third quarter leads the Bruins over Hogan Prep.
Rock Bridge junior Lindsey Cunningham played with reckless abandon on Thursday, sparking her team to a 69-40 victory over Jefferson City on senior night.
Fraternal twins Allison and Megan Marshall demonstrate their distinct personalities, both on and off the court.
Junior forward Ernest “L” Dorema had a strong start but was limited by foul trouble in Hickman's 61-40 loss Tuesday at Jefferson City.
The Bruins built an early lead and defeated Springfield Central 84-28 on Tuesday at Rock Bridge.
The Hickman boys basketball team lost 64-56 on Wednesday at Liberty.
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."