Incarnate Word Academy won its 100th straight game, and the Red Knights took home their sixth consecutive state championship.
Rock Bridge girls basketball went on a 10-0 run to start the second half and beat Eureka 50-33. And Jefferson City boys basketball lost to Ladue Horton Watkins in the Class 5 semifinals.
Salisbury defeated Principia 55-46, while Tipton avenged its only loss of the season with a 55-36 victory over Bishop LeBlond on Saturday in Springfield.
Southern Boone and Moberly girls basketball won MSHSAA Class 4 sectionals, and Jefferson City edged Helias in the Class 5 District 5 final.
Jefferson City boys basketball topped St. Francis Borgia 69-65 in the Class 5 District 5 championship game Monday.
Ahead of districts, Hickman boys defeated Ft. Zumwalt North while the Hickman and Rock Bridge girls ended the regular season with a loss.
Vernell Holt Jr. scored 20 points and made the game-winning layup in the Spartans' 70-68 home win over Jefferson City.
The Spartans earned a nonconference road win, while Hickman boys basketball lost a conference road game against Jefferson City.
The Bruins couldn't overcome a 13-point halftime deficit in a home loss to the Jays.
A strong first half leads the Trailblazers to a 66-60 win over the Kewpies, and other local high school news.
Centralia's Ava Ward was the only local to win an individual title Friday at the Wonder Woman Tournament in Columbia.
Hickman hopes to find itself at the top of the Central Missouri Activities Conference for a third year in a row.
Boonville defeated Moberly, while Blair Oaks beat St. Francis Borgia.
The Bruins next face Rockhurst in the MSHSAA Class 4 semifinals at 7 p.m. next Friday at World Wide Technology Soccer Park in Fenton.
Hallsville faces Bowling Green for the Class 2 District 7 crown, Boonville goes up against Moberly in Class 3 District 5, and Jefferson City faces Hannibal in Class 4 District 5.
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The Jays scored all six of their touchdowns on the ground Friday against Kirksville to set up a district championship rematch against Hannibal.
Likely impending inclement weather Friday has adjusted the start times for a number of high school district semifinal football games. Here is a running, updated list.
The Jays won the first matchup between the two teams since 1957.
With district tournaments set to begin next week, scenarios are still in play to determine seeding and matchups.