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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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Girls basketball falls to undefeated JCHS Jays

Girls’ basketball falls to undefeated JCHS Jays

Maddie Murphy February 9, 2019

Up until halftime of the Bruins’ (46-33) loss against the Jefferson City High School (JCHS) Jays, the score was incredibly close. Being down one point (22-21) after two quarters of play versus an undefeated...

Junior linebacker David Gysber battles the Lees Summit West Titans to keep possession of the ball at the Sept. 14 RBHS home game. Photo by Maya Bell.

Football prepares to snare Jays

Isaac Parrish September 27, 2018

n the midst of a rollercoaster [3-2] record, the game tomorrow at Jefferson City (JCHS) may be the opportunity the Bruins need to pull together. “We’ve done well; however, I don’t believe we have...

Rock Bridge administrators dealt with student drinking at the homecoming dance.

Illicit activity at homecoming dance leads to discussion of discipline policy

Katie Whaley October 13, 2017

[dropcap style="simple" size="5"]P[/dropcap]eople crowded in front of the stage danced and sang along to the song that boomed through the gymnasium. Fairy lights were strung over the dance floor, illuminating...

Junior Trent Dunlap fighting to attain possession of the ball following a corner kick on Aug. 22. Bruins won 1-0 after the game against Hickman went into double over time followed by penalty kicks. Photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi

Boys’ soccer seek victory against Jeff City

Siena Juhlin September 23, 2017

[dropcap style="light" size="4"]E[/dropcap]arly on in the school year, the RBHS boys' soccer team has triumphed in games against Hickman, Battle and Nixa. On Sept. 20 the varsity and junior varsity  soccer...

Taking possession of the ball, junior wide receiver KyJuan Collins scans the field for an opening with hopes to score for RBHS. The Bruins faced off against Hickman High School winning 41-9 during the Providence Bowl Sept. 15. Photo by Maya Bell

Bruin football to take on JCHS Jays

Emily Oba September 21, 2017

[box title="Team Rank" style="soft" box_color="#13c314" radius="6"]Bruins: 4-1, seeded second in districts. Jays: 2-3, seeded seventh[/box] [dropcap size="4"]W[/dropcap]ith districts less than a month...

Soccer conquers Jeff City, will play Hickman in district championship

Soccer conquers Jeff City, will play Hickman in district championship

Elad Gov-Ari October 27, 2015

The Bruins walked off the field Oct. 13th, solemn in defeat, after a 0-2 loss to Jefferson City. With the taste of the setback still prevalent, RBHS was determined to avenge the two-week-old loss and win...

Junior Blake Metz assist while freshman Savannah Schnabel and senior Madilyn Safley run towards the ball.

Season ends for volleyball in district play

John Flanegin October 19, 2015

The RBHS girls volleyball team’s season ended Monday night after losing to the Jefferson City Jays in three sets in the first round of the district tournament at Troy Buchanan high school. The lady Bruins...

Jays down Bruins in high-powered matchup

Jays down Bruins in high-powered matchup

Ji-Ho Lee October 13, 2015

The early setback was frustrating, and eventually fatal, as an aggressive Jefferson City offense defeated the Bruins by a tally of 2-0 in a competitive match on 179 soccer park in Jefferson City today,...

Baseball poised to keep district crown

Baseball poised to keep district crown

Elliot Bones May 14, 2015

The state title of last year is a distant memory. Nobody is celebrating the victories obtained in the past. With six games remaining in the RBHS regular season, minds of players and fans alike begin to...

Girls tennis sprints past Jeff City

Girls’ tennis sprints past Jeff City

Derek Wang October 3, 2013

The girls tennis team secured its 20th straight win of the season on Wednesday, Oct. 2, against Jefferson City High School. The Bruins won the match 9-0 with JCHS taking a maximum of four games in each...

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