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It’s not very rare to find two-sport athletes at RBHS. In fact, it’s quite common, with three varsity basketball players playing multiple sports and numerous RBHS runners participating in track and cross-country. Senior Jackson Dubinski is one of these two-sport athletes, playing both varsity basketball and varsity golf for the Bruins. What’s different about Dubinski, […]
With 3:48 left in the fourth quarter of the Class 5 District 9 semifinal between Jefferson City and RBHS, the lights on the scoreboard in the Rock Bridge gym temporarily went out. Ironically it occurred in the middle of a 16-1 Jays run that was putting the lights out on the Bruins’ season. Despite Jefferson […]
As the Class 5 District 9 tournament begins the RBHS boys basketball team has one last potential game to decide the season series against crosstown rival Hickman. The Bruins (19-3) led by a strong backcourt in senior guard Jackson Dubinksi and junior Ryan Kreklow earned the second seed in the bracket. Meanwhile Hickman (20-2) earned […]
After a slow start to the senior night game, the Bruin boys basketball team made sure to not end their season with a loss as they defeated the Helias Crusaders 55-54 in a nail-biting contest. The day after the girls team dominated the Battle Spartans, senior players’ parents gathered together in gym to watch their […]
In a game many were expecting RBHS to run away with, the young lineup for Battle was able to stay within striking distance of the Bruins but ultimately were unable to overcome the new crosstown rivals’ 13-26 shooting from beyond the arc. Despite their spirited play in the final minutes, the comeback attempt was too […]
Live: Watch the RBHS Boy’s Basketball team face off against the BHS Spartans tonight at 7:30. Click to view full screen.
After edging out Rockhurst High School on Feb. 18, the Bruins Basketball team played the Lincoln Prep Tigers in the courtwarming game. The king was announced, and fans saw the girls team dominate Miller Career Academy before the boys game. The day got even better for RBHS, when they saw off Lincoln Prep in a […]
Live: Watch the Boy’s Basketball team play Lincoln Prep tonight at 7:45 PM. Click to view full screen.
With a rivalry game today, the varsity boys stepped up against their opponents ACE Prep High School last night looking for a chance to get a good game in before the Jefferson City High School match up. After the 32 minutes of play time, RBHS came out on top with a decisive victory of […]
A week off of school has not proven detrimental to the RBHS boys basketball team this week. Because of last week’s emotional and intense rivalry win over Hickman, the Bruins (15-3) climbed to #5 in the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association rankings, jumping over the now-#6 Kewpies (18-2). However, there was no let-down in the team’s […]
The last four RBHS-Hickman boys basketball games had been defined by hard fought, down to the wire matchups, that the Kewpies found a way to win every time. Last year the Kewpies came into Rock Bridge Gym and sneaked away with a triple overtime victory. Last month the Kewpies returned to the south side before […]
Live: Watch the #9 Rock Bridge Bruins play the #2 Hickman Kewpies tonight at 7:30 PM. Click to view full screen.
Lee’s Summit West came into this week in the “Others Receiving Votes” category of the Class 5 Missouri Basketball Coaches Association poll. They won’t be there next week. After upsetting previously-undefeated #1 Hickman 72-55 on Jan. 22, the Titans (12-2) defeated #8 Rock Bridge 70-47 in championship of the 39th annual Culver’s Classic. “We knew […]
Coming off a close eight point victory over Lee’s Summit North on Monday, the RBHS boys basketball team stepped onto the court once again for the Culvers Classic Tournament for the semi-finals yesterday, Jan. 22. Although their competitors, Lee’s Summit Tigers are roughly only two miles away from LSN, this was a whole new ball game. It started with […]
The RBHS varsity boys basketball team didn’t spend their day off today relaxing, they loaded onto a bus at 1 p.m. this afternoon and headed out on a two-hour drive to Lee’s Summit. Though it was a day off school, it wasn’t a day off from competition. The players were preparing to play in the […]