Freshman Thomas Sokja reflects on first pep rally and football game

For the newest members of our community who have not had the joy of experiencing a Blue and White mixer, Braveheart and the first pep rally are a couple of traditions that still stand as prominent ways to show school spirit. We interviewed freshman Thomas Sokja and asked him about his experience at his first home game. What was your first pep rally like? Did the … Continue reading Freshman Thomas Sokja reflects on first pep rally and football game

Varsity football looks to avenge loss in big game vs. Blue Spring South

Starting out a season with an upset is usually a great way to start the season unless you’re on the losing side of it. Rock Bridge was able to extract revenge from the season opening loss last year to Rockhurst. Now the Hawklets are fighting an uphill battle going into the home opener, on short rest against a well rested Blue Springs South team. We … Continue reading Varsity football looks to avenge loss in big game vs. Blue Spring South

Soccer Players compete on National Stage

On December 3rd, seniors Gianni Catenacci and Matthew Smith played in the High School All-American soccer game in Raleigh, North Carolina. Only forty high school seniors across the entire United States were chosen to participate in this prestigious event after finishing off their high school careers in the fall. “It was quite an honor to play in the All-American game. Knowing that people think of … Continue reading Soccer Players compete on National Stage

Chiefs defeat rival Raiders on Thursday Night Football

Last night, the Kansas City Chiefs once again proved themselves to the world by beating the Oakland Raiders. Prior to this win, the Chiefs were recognized as a good team, but were said to not have a good enough offense to beat the former division leading Raiders. Going into the game, the goal was to gain control of the AFC West. The Chiefs hold the … Continue reading Chiefs defeat rival Raiders on Thursday Night Football

Guest Writer: Fantasy Football Week 11

Hey Rockhurst! As the fantasy season winds down, and we look towards the playoffs, here are my deep-dive picks for this week. Quarterback Jared Goff (Los Angeles) — After a rather disappointing string of starts, it’s time for the #1 overall pick to step up and lead the hapless Rams. The offense has been sputtering as of late in LA, and with a favorable matchup … Continue reading Guest Writer: Fantasy Football Week 11

As fall sports prepare for state, winter sports are just beginning

As the fall sports programs start to head off to state, it’s now time for the winter sports program to begin. Hockey The coaches for the hockey club are Mr. Franco Olivier and Mr. Delaney O’Rourke. The team plays in the Mid American High School Hockey League (MAHSHL), which includes teams from Arkansas, Springfield, Wichita, Shawnee, Independence and Line Creek. “We have the best ability … Continue reading As fall sports prepare for state, winter sports are just beginning