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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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Junior Tyra Wilson smiles while being interviewed on stage after receiving the High School Sportswoman award at the WIN For Columbia luncheon on Tuesday Feb. 18, 2020. She said she was surprised to win but is happy to be recognized for her hard work. Photo by Maddie Marrero.

WIN For Columbia recognizes women in sports

Maddie Orr February 24, 2020
The Women’s Intersport Network (WIN) for Columbia Awards held its 23rd annual luncheon on Tuesday, Feb. 18 in recognition of the “outstanding female athletes of our community in conjunction with National Girls and Women in Sports Week,” as stated in a pamphlet from the event. 
Fans mourn Kobe Bryants death at a vigil at Staples Center on January 26th, 2020. Used with permission by Fred Kearney

on Kobe Bryant’s background

Allison Kim January 31, 2020
NBA legend Kobe Bryant was one of nine people who passed away in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday, January 26, 2020. Bryant’s 13-year-old daughter Gianna Bryant, two of Gianna’s middle school basketball teammates, their parents, the team’s assistant coach, and the pilot, were among the other eight who investigators identified as dead.
Freshman Carolyn Ford runs during the Forest Park Cross Country Festival Sept. 14. Ford placed second overall in the varsity girls 5K green race. Both RBHS teams placed first for the entire event. During the Nov. 9 state meet on the Gans Creek course, Ford became the first freshman in Missouri’s history to win the individual state title. (Photo by Jadyn Lisenby)

Freshmen standouts highlight fall season

Ryan Choe December 20, 2019
Ryan Choe recaps the performances of the freshmen athletes from fall season athletics. Notable accomplishments come from Carolyn Ford and Ella Swindle.
Girls and boys cross country teams place second, third at state

Girls’ and boys’ cross country teams place second, third at state

Maddie Orr November 10, 2019
In a field of 16 teams and 170 individuals, the boys pulled away with an overall third place finish with 125 points, and the girls took home second with 112 points, only three points off the winner, Lee’s Summit West High School. 
Junior Matthew Hauser racing at the Class 4 District 7 meet. Hauser finished in first place with a time of 15:38. Photo taken by Greg Hall.

Cross Country takes first place at districts

Jared Geyer October 28, 2019

Rock Bridge Cross Country (RBXC) set a precedent as both the boys’ and girls’ teams took first place in the Class 4 District 7 meet on Oct. 26. Both varsity teams raced at Lee’s Summit North High...

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