The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Senior Ansley Barnes glides through the breastroke leg of her 100-yard individual medley Feb. 8. Barnes swam the 100-yard individual alongside her friend and teammate Reagan Richards. The two were laughing through the race, barely getting enough air to continue swimming. Photo by Turner DeArmond.

Girls’ swim and dive competes in Last Chance Invitational

Turner DeArmond February 10, 2020

On Feb. 8, the RBHS, Hickman High School (HHS), Battle High School (BHS) and Father Tolton Catholic High School (FTCHS) girls’ swimming and diving teams hosted their Last Chance meet at Hickman High...

Art by Snowy Li

Grades, scores create heavy weight for students

Audrey Novinger January 7, 2020

Each semester ends with the arrival of a fateful white envelope concealing a grade report in the mail. Some celebrate its contents while others grimace as they tear open the seal. Although senior Ansley...

Junior Ainsley Barnes as she makes the final stretch of the 200 meter freestyle. Benson regard the event with much dislike but says it is her best event that she competes in. Benson would take first in her heat and earn her way a place in the final rounds the next day. Photo by Camryn DeVore

Girls’ swimming and diving places second at COMO Invite

Bailey Stover January 7, 2019

Coming off of winter break, the girls’ swim and dive team dove right back into competition at the COMO Invite Jan. 4 and Jan. 5 where the Bruins placed second out of 40 teams. The team had only competed...

Morse v. Frederick limits students freedom speech

Morse v. Frederick limits students’ freedom speech

Will Cover January 29, 2018

At the heart of Morse v. Frederick lies the First Amendment question of whether or not schools can limit students’ free speech. In 2002 Joseph Frederick, a senior at Juneau-Douglas High School in Juneau,...

Girls swim and dive take first place at Cape Girardeau Invite

Girls’ swim and dive take first place at Cape Girardeau Invite

Ryan Choe January 23, 2018

The RBHS Girls’ swim and dive team competed in the Cape Girardeau Invite from Friday Jan. 19 to Saturday Jan. 20, and brought home a first place finish. The team competed against 32 other schools, but...

Sophomores Don Osborn and Eric Estrada relax during AUT.

By choice: Public, private schools offer diverse experiences

Riley Jones May 15, 2017

Freshman Ansley Barnes walks down the main hall that slices through the center of RBHS, buoyed by her bulky swim bag in the rush of the student body. The 2,000 student school is undoubtedly different from...

The EEE (Extended Educational Experiences) room provides space for tennis bags. Photo courtesy by Ryan Choe

Freshmen athletes provide depth for future

Ryan Choe May 8, 2017

February 18, 2017 is a day the girls’ swimming and diving team will remember for years to come. That day freshman Ansley Barnes and her teammates waited for the team results to appear during the state...

A swimmer representing RBHS competes in the boys 100 yard backstroke at the Last Chance meet. Photo by Karina Kitchen

Lady Bruins place third at City of Roses Invitational

Skyler Froese January 22, 2017

The 2017 City of Roses Invitational did not bloom in the same stunning nature as the same meet last year for the RBHS girls’ swim team. The meet took place on Jan. 20-21 in Cape Girardeau, and the Lady...

Load More Stories