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.
Additionally, Rock Bridge, Tolton and Battle softball all played.
played in first match of the Hannibal Tournament onFriday, starting off with a dominating 6-0 performance.
Additionally, Tolton girls golf scored 173 as a team to win a quad match with Harrisburg, Hallsville and Salisbury.
Cynthia Chasteen teaches the Hickman football team how to be mindful as a way to improve their on the field performance as well as life of the field.
The group of Hickman, Battle and Rock Bridge swimmers are thrilled for a season that looks to be unhampered by COVID-19 restrictions teams dealt with last year.