Hickman, Rock Bridge and Battle swimmers competed in the event Saturday.
The only scores came in the first half as the Kewpies went into halftime with a 16-6 lead, which ended up as the final score.
Rock Bridge went 2-1 on the first day of the September Slam Softball Invitational on Friday in Liberty.
Hickman senior running back Deon Weston has put up dominant performances this year as the feature back.
Battle softball crushed Helias 7-0.
Brooke Nutter tossed five no-hit innings in Battle’s 13-0 win over Smith-Cotton.
The rivals play Tuesday at Rock Bridge at 7:15 p.m.
Hickman head coach Cedric Alvis said their offensive plan is to pass the ball quick and establish the run.
In a back-and-forth battle, Hickman boys soccer found a way to push past Smith-Cotton in a 4-3 victory. After an early score in the first half by senior Luke Telle, it seemed the Kewpies were in prime position to cruise to another victory.
After a controversial obstruction call, Battle found a way to win.
Additionally, Rock Bridge, Tolton and Battle softball all played.