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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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Bruins cage Jays in rivalry game

Bruins cage Jays in rivalry game

Ji-Ho Lee February 3, 2016

Junior Eysan Wiley goes up for a layup in a game against Battle High School. Although Wiley was held in check against Jefferson City, the game was an important one for the RBHS transfer. After starting...

Boys basketball falls short, takes second at Union Tournament

Boys’ basketball falls short, takes second at Union Tournament

Faaris Khan February 1, 2016

After paving their way to a championship in the North Kansas City Invitational Tournament on Jan. 23, the RBHS boys’ basketball team continued their spirited season, placing second in the Union Tournament...

Senior forward Tre Williams (54) shoots a free throw in the third period of the game against Battle. The shot cut the Bruins definite to four points. The Bruins went on to defeat the Spartans 50 to 34.

Williams, Wiley lead Bruins to third place finish in Smith-Cotton Tourney

Ji-Ho Lee January 19, 2016

Senior forward Tre Williams shoots a free throw. Williams' stellar offensive performance was an important factor to RBHS's successful Smith-Cotton Tournament. The boys basketball team sprinted out of the...

Boys basketball falls to Lees Summit West

Boys’ basketball falls to Lee’s Summit West

Cam Fuller January 6, 2016

To be so close yet so far would sadly be the final story for the RBHS boys’ basketball team Tuesday night, as the fast and athletic Lee’s Summit West opposition held onto an early lead to win 46-42....

Art by Ana Ramirez, Abby Kempf, and Shelby Yount.

Injured athletes embark on road to recovery

Grace Vance November 4, 2015

art by Abby Kempf, Ana Ramirez and Shelby Yount When stepping out onto the field, junior Nick Wohlbold thinks back to everything that led to this moment; the numerous baseball practices after school, the...

Photo by Cassi Vios.

Football’s season ends at hands of Jays

Cam Fuller October 24, 2015

Mistakes that followed Bruins football all season long came to haunt them one final time as they lost to the Jefferson City Jays 31-14 in the first round of the Class 6 District 3 playoffs. The loss was...

Photo by Cassi Viox.

Football in must-win match up against Jays tonight

Ji-Ho Lee October 23, 2015

Anything is possible during the postseason. Upsets are unexpected, but not uncommon. The principle is simple: win and move on, lose and go home. The battered Bruins football team has faced scores of adversity...

Bruins hope to cage Jays in homecoming game

Bruins hope to cage Jays in homecoming game

Ji-Ho Lee September 24, 2015

In the sports world, few events receive more attention than rivalries, and for good reason. Driven by history and fan fanaticism, these games are intense from beginning to end. Whether it be the Red Sox...

Missouri bill plans to make testing necessary for graduation

Missouri bill plans to make testing necessary for graduation

Luke Chval March 7, 2015

[heading size="16" margin="10"]Teachers debate whether universal standard benefits students[/heading] The public school system in the United States already faces scrutiny for placing high importance on...

Senior Eric Kuse prepares to shoot a free throw in a game against Battle on Jan. 23. This weekend the Bruins cruised through the Union tournament winning the title 42-36 over Francis Borgia.

Basketball dominates Union tournament

John Flanegin February 2, 2015

The boys’ basketball team will be adding another piece of silverware to the already brimming RBHS trophy cases after becoming champions of the Union Tournament Saturday night with their defeat of Francis...

Junior Tre Williams slams home a dunk in a game against Battle High School on Jan. 23.
Photo by Devesh Kumar

Basketball ready for Jeff City, Anunoby

Harsh Singh February 1, 2015

When the boys basketball team started its season about a month ago, the Bruins took instant notice of the Feb. 3 matchup against Jeff City.  With 12 games out of the way, they are now seeking revenge...

Senior Josh Broadus soars through the air on his way to the basket in a game against Southwest High School. The Bruins clobbered SWHS 78-35. Photo by Renata Williams.

Nice and easy: Basketball kicks off season with pair of blowout victories

Graham Ratermann December 11, 2014

In last weekend’s Norm Stewart Classic the RBHS basketball team (2-0) jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. The Bruins opened the game against Liberty North High School (0-2) with an impressive...

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