The Kewpies finished eighth, and Rock Bridge took sixth in the Hickman Varsity wrestling tournament.
Douglass improves its record to 6-5 after its 60-59 win.
The Kewpies will play in the championship game of the Lindberg Tournament at 3 p.m. Saturday.
Fans at the Rock Bridge boys basketball game donated more than $300 to Heroes for Haiti, a student effort to raise money throughout the community. The Bruins won the game 65-43 against Sumner.
The Hickman boys basketball team used a strong second half to beat Smith-Cotton 55-52 on Thursday night in the opening round of the Lindberg tournament.
Rock Bridge wrestling lost its dual meet with visiting Warrenton even after strong finish. "Our kids wrestled tough," said Bruins coach Travis Craig, "but we lost a couple of close matches."
The Hickman girls basketball team broke a five-game losing streak with a 53-8 victory over Marshall on Wednesday at the Sedalia tournament.
The Kewpies can't hold on in second half of Sedalia Tournament.
The Kewpies fail to stop Waynesville on the last possession of the game.
The Hickman girls basketball team won 60-50 on Monday at Kirksville to improve its record to 6-5.
The Hickman girls basketball team lost 51-39 to host Rolla on Saturday in the semifinals of the Bulldogs' tournament.
Lyle Harris leads the Kewpies with 18 points.
The Hickman girls basketball team ran past Newburg 63-44 on Monday at the Rolla tournament.
The Hickman girls basketball team rolled to a 52-12 victory Saturday over host Marshall.
After growing in the wrestling world, Chase Rome was forced to make a decision between football and wrestling. Despite choosing football, Rome continued to train at his father's martial arts gym and attributes many of his strengths to his experience in fighting.
The members of Hickman's wrestling team said there were awkward moments when the season started with two girls on the roster, but they have learned to adjust.
Brothers Tony, K.C., and Vince Pescaglia were all standout wrestlers for Hickman. Now that they are all students at MU, they have returned to the Kewpies as assistant coaches.
Rock Bridge senior guard and co-captain Amaya Williams scored 17 points Friday for the Bruins in a victory over against Glendale. However, Williams excels at more than basketball.