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PHOTO GALLERY: Soccer at the Show-Me State Games

Sunday, July 25, 2010 | 9:19 p.m. CDT
From left, Brian Jacobson, Tony Vaughn, Tim Carbol, Missy Larko and EJ Olson from Florissant OBG celebrate their win 6-4 over Ellisville PNH United in the adult coed recreational soccer final Sunday for the Show-Me State Games at Cosmo Park. Carbol's final penalty kick secured the OBG's win. The team has been playing at the Show-Me State Games off and on for about eight years, but this was its first victory.

The Show-Me State Games adult coed recreational soccer final took place Sunday at Cosmopolitan Park. Florissant OBG defeated Ellisville PNH United 6-4 in penalty kicks to win its first Show-Me State Games title since it's started participating in the games.

Brian Jacobson from Florissant OBG and Josh Wideman from Ellisville PNH United play in the adult coed recreational soccer final Sunday for the Show-Me State Games at Cosmo Park.
Kristen Caleo, left, from the Florissant OBG dribbles past Alexis Bartelt from the Ellisville PNH United in the adult coed recreational soccer final Sunday for the Show-Me State Games at Cosmo Park. The OBG, which stands for the One Black Guy and is named for team captain Jerald Jackson, won 6-4 in penalty kicks.

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