Garrett McIntosh and Andrew Fallis shot 37 and 38, respectively, as the Trailblazers shot 20-over 164 on Thursday in St. Charles.
The Bruins shot 21-over 161 to win their first match of the season, and other local high school news from Wednesday.
Tolton girls soccer scored four goals in the first half in a 4-0 victory over Jefferson City.
Jack Bower led the Bruins, shooting 1-over 36 to take medalist honors at Lake of the Woods Golf Course on Monday.
Snow and below-freezing temperatures kept Columbia high school athletes off the field Saturday.
The Kewpies and Spartans both lost to the Jaguars on Tuesday and begin their respective regular seasons Friday.
Inclement weather Saturday forced Hickman and Southern Boone to postpone their respective baseball jamborees.
The Spartans used a 19-2 run midway through the second half to pull away from the Kewpies in Friday night's Class 6 District 7 semifinal.
The Spartans avenged a 64-61 home loss to the Kewpies on Feb. 17 with teamwork on both ends of the court Friday.
After a back-and-forth battle, the Kewpies came up short in the Class 6 District 7 quarterfinals Thursday night.
Hickman will face Battle in the district semifinals at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Rock Bridge's Carter McCallister caps off his wrestling career with a third state title and a 49-0 season record. Hank Benter won his second straight state title.
Rock Bridge senior Carter McCallister earned two wins Friday in the Class 4 Championships.
All but one former state champion advanced to the quarterfinals after Friday's MSHSAA Class 4 Championships. Missouri commit Carter McCallister remains the only undefeated Class 4 wrestler.
Ahead of districts, Hickman boys defeated Ft. Zumwalt North while the Hickman and Rock Bridge girls ended the regular season with a loss.
Moberly's Breanna Gibbs moved to 47-0 in her career after winning the title in the 145-pound weight class in the girls state wrestling tournament.
The Class 1 and Class 2 boys tournaments and Class 1 girls tournament will kick off the four-day event Wednesday.
Both Rock Bridge boys and girls basketball are both No. 1 seeds in their respective district tournaments.
After Battle honored her for reaching 1,000 career points, Johnson dropped 23 on the Kewpies in a 57-50 win.
Offensive rebounds secured the win for the Kewpies in the final minutes, while Battle dropped a heartbreaker.