The Rock Bridge girls basketball team blew out Waynesville 51-28 in the quarterfinals Saturday afternoon.
Rock Bridge senior point guard Andrea Seabaugh leads the Bruins into their state quarterfinal game against Waynesville.
After slowing Josh McCoy, the Bulldogs best palyer, for three quarters, he scored 15 points in the final quarter to help eliminate the Bruins.
Behind the support of a rowdy, green and yellow clad fan base, the Rock Bridge girls basketball team defeated Fort Zumwalt West 56-39 in its Class 5 sectional game Wednesday at Union High School.
The Bruins are comfortable with playing away from home.
Team finishes first in the Mix routine, and also won the award for the highest overall team GPA.
Senior Landon Boone takes time to tutor after practice at the J.W. "Blind" Boone Community Center.
When Rock Bridge senior Sam Thompson grabbed the Class 5, District 10 championship trophy from Rock Bridge athletic director Jennifer Mast, Jefferson City fans had to be confused who the 6-foot-4 player with sandy blond hair was.
For most of Rock Bridge’s 53-39 win over the Jays on Sunday at Rock Bridge, Thompson could be found sitting between assistant coaches David Egan and Travis Gable grabbing a forest green towel, sometimes even chewing on it when the Jays (15-11) cut the lead to less than 10 points with three minutes to go.
Despite 43 points by Hickman’s Yvonne Anderson, the Rock Bridge girls basketball team won the district title, 52-50, on Friday night.
The senior, who is in her third year on varsity and first as a starter, is often credited for her dedication to the game.
Rock Bridge escaped with a 42-41 victory Wednesday in the Class 5 District 10 semifinal. The Bruins advance to play host Hickman in the championship at 7 p.m. Friday.
The Hickman girls basketball team wins easily at home against Jefferson City, 58-36.
Articles from the Bruins boys basketball team's most painful losses hang on junior guard Skylar Tolson's bedroom wall. He says they are something he doesn't want to happen again. "It fuels my fire,” Tolson says.
Brandon Gleeson’s experiences as a basketball player have helped him mature as a person.
The Hickman Kewpies defeated the Smith-Cotton Tigers in the opening round of the district tournament 69-46.
Hickman senior Tyler Stevens has been nicknamed Shakespeare for his ability to draw charging calls for his team.
Kevin Bryant is one of Douglass basketball's "biggest fans." He tapes every game and often invites the team over to his house. His Landon Boone has scored over 1,000 points for the Bulldogs.
Not all wrestlers who entered this weekend's state championships with perfect marks left with titles.