The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Follicles of self-acceptance

Follicles of self-acceptance

Isabel Thoroughman April 29, 2019

A year ago, I stopped shaving my legs. It wasn’t particularly a big decision for me; it was winter and halfway through my junior year, so I was putting minimal effort into anything that wasn’t school....

Sophomore Xavier Sykes and senior JaMonta Black take a moment to celebrate winning the Class 5 state championship. The win was the first in Rock Bridge history. Photo by Camryn Devore

RBHS makes history, wins first boys’ basketball state championship

Ji-Sung Lee March 17, 2019

The Bruins made history Saturday, March 16 by winning the first boys’ basketball state championship. Defeating Christian Brothers College (CBC) High School, the Bruins won the Class 5 Missouri State...

March 1, at the district championship game, senior Dajuan Harris calculates his next move, as he prepares to pass to a teammate. Photo by George Frey.

Boys’ basketball beats Kickapoo Chiefs, advances to final four

Maddie Murphy March 10, 2019

The Bruins advance in their pursuit of their first state championship title in school history by another large margin of victory. Led by seniors Isiaih Mosley and Dajuan Harris with a combined 49 points,...

Photo by Cam Devore.

Girls’ basketball advances to state quarterfinals, wins against Lebanon High School

Maddie Murphy March 6, 2019

Sedalia seems to be a good court for both the girls’ and boys’ basketball teams. The Lady Bruins defeated Lebanon High School (LHS) (54-46) Wednesday, March 6 in Sedalia, Mo. This win brings the Bruins...

Royal Tea: Georgiana of Cavendish

Royal Tea: Georgiana of Cavendish

Valeria Velasquez March 5, 2019

This week’s edition of Royal Tea will be discussing the life of the great-great-great-grandaunt of the beloved Princess Diana of Wales, Georgiana Cavendish. Georgiana’s life, despite being littered...

If you are interested in participating in the Personal Finance Challenge, meet with Mrs. Lidholm in room 325.

Personal Finance Team hopes for victory this spring

Jared Geyer February 20, 2019

ersonal Finance teacher Susan Lidholm held the first informational meeting for the Personal Finance Challenge on Feb. 12. The state final is April 19 at the University of Missouri in Columbia, MO. The...

Sophomore Piper Forthaus swims freestyle at a 6 a.m. swim practice Friday, Dec. 7. Forthaus will compete at state this weekend.

Girls’ swim and dive to compete at State Championship

Bailey Stover February 13, 2019

The girls’ swimming and diving team will compete at the City of St. Peters Rec-Plex in St. Peters, MO beginning tomorrow and continuing through Saturday. Class 2 will compete Thursday and Friday morning,...

Feature photo by eastmanphoto

Counseling department opens Missouri Girls State applications

Ji-Sung Lee January 19, 2019

F or the 79th year, the American Legion Auxiliary will hold Missouri Girls State, a week-long camp that creates “a mythical state that the citizens will govern at the city, county and state level,”...

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...

Senior Piper Osman swims at a practice Dec. 7. The Bruins compete in the Smith-Cotton/Marshall meet this weekend. Photo by Sophie Eaton.

Swimming and diving looks to Smith-Cotton, Marshall meet

Ji-Sung Lee December 12, 2018

The girls’ swimming and diving team has had a successful string of past seasons, to say the least. In the 2017-18 season, as the Class 2 state champions, the team won its third state title in the past...

Photo by Maya Bell

Students open bakeries for Business Principles course

Multiple Authors December 11, 2018

[vc_video link="https://youtu.be/n-ipmWboEAs"]S tudents from the Business Principles course will sell baked goods as a part of their course curriculum Dec. 11 and 12. The bakeries will run from 10 a.m....

Varsity cheer takes fifth at State championship

Varsity cheer takes fifth at State championship

Emily Oba December 3, 2018

fter placing fourth at the Regionals competition the weekend before, the RBHS cheerleading team competed at the State championship held at Lindenwood University, Sunday, Dec. 2. “I felt very overwhelmed...

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