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PHOTO GALLERY: Show-Me State Games Basketball

The sixth-grade competitive division of the Show-Me State Games played Saturday at the MU Student Recreation Complex.
Saturday, July 17, 2010 | 9:39 p.m. CDT
Columbia Orangemen Tyler Gray dribbles toward the net in the fourth quarter of a Show-Me State Games basketball game on Saturday in the MU Student Recreation Complex. The Columbia Orangemen beat the Gateway Basketball Club 55-32.

COLUMBIA —The sixth-grade competitive division of the Show-Me State Games played Saturday at the MU Student Recreation Complex. The Columbia Orangemen beat the Gateway Basketball Club from St. Louis 55-32.

Columbia Orangemen player Aidin Rolley listens as Referee Paul Corpening addresses the rest of the team about proper technique after the second quarter on Saturday. The Columbia Orangemen are part of the 6th grade competitive division in the Show-Me State Games Basketball Tournament.
Columbia Orangemen Jerrion Nelson, center, tries to secure the ball from Gateway Basketball Club player Ryan Briscoe on Saturday. The Columbia Orangemen beat the Gateway Basketball Club by 55-32.
Columbia Orangemen coach Deronne Wilson places his hand in the center of the group and leads the team in the cheer to break the huddle. The Columbia Orangemen are part of the 6th grade competitive division in the Show-Me State Games Basketball Tournament.
The Columbia Orangemen Brayden Nichols drinks a sports drink after stepping off the court on Saturday. The Columbia Orangemen beat the Gateway Basketball Club from St. Louis 55-32.

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