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PHOTO GALLERY: Volleyball at the Show-Me State Games

Sunday, July 18, 2010 | 10:11 p.m. CDT
Club Como 13-2, left, plays against CMVBC of Jefferson City during the Girl's 7th-grade division volleyball games of the Show-Me State Games.

Volleyball players gathered for games Sunday at the Armory in Columbia.

Deja Dennis, left, of the Club Como 13-2 volleyball team blocks the ball against Sydney Bennett of Xplosion from Hannibal during the Girl's 7th-grade sivision volleyball games of the Show-Me State Games at the Columbia Armory on Sunday.
From left, Deidra Mattson and Bailey Lawson of the Club Como volleyball team play the ball against the Stars from St. Peters during the Girl's 7th-grade division volleyball games of the Show-Me State Games.
From left, Anna Noble, Deidra Mattson and Hannah Hensel of the Club Como volleyball team listen carefully as coach Lei Wang discusses strategies right before their match with the Xplosion from Hannibal at the Columbia Armory on Sunday. Club Como 13-1 of Columbia won a bronze medal in the Girl's 7th-grade division.
Betsy Poehlman of the Club Como 13-1 volleyball team displays her bronze medal that the team won in their volleyball game Sunday at the Columbia Armory.

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