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PHOTO: Missouri State Senior Games showcases bowlers

Sunday, June 13, 2010 | 5:07 p.m. CDT; updated 12:26 p.m. CDT, Monday, June 14, 2010
Gina Green and Joe Clark are all smiles after their bowling team won first place in the 50-54 age group during the 2010 Missouri State Senior Games on June 13.

The Missouri Senior State Games bowling competition featured teams, singles and doubles events.

Edward Hinderberger bowls during the Missouri State Senior Games, held at the Columbia AMF Bowling Lanes on June 13. Four teams, each composed of four individuals over the age of 50, participated in the team bowling event. The Singles and Doubles events were held on June 12.
Steven Thompson bowls during the Missouri State Senior Games, held at the Columbia AMF Bowling Lanes on June 13. Four teams, each composed of four individuals over the age of 50, participated in the team bowling event. The Singles and Doubles events were held on Saturday, June 12.
Audrey Ashley congratulates Stephen Thompson after he bowled a spare during the teams event in the 2010 State Senior Games bowling competition, held at the AMF Bowling Lanes on June 13. Four separate teams, each composed of four individuals, participated in the competition, which also featured singles and doubles events.

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