PHOTO GALLERY: Loss to High Point snaps Missouri's 10-game winning streak

Sunday, March 18, 2012 | 7:20 p.m. CDT; updated 7:56 p.m. CDT, Sunday, March 18, 2012
Missouri sophomore infielder Dillon Everett throws the ball to first base in attempt to make a play against High Point University on Sunday at Taylor Stadium. The Tigers lost by a score of 13-7.

COLUMBIA — The Missouri baseball team snapped a 10-game winning streak Sunday afternoon after a 13-7 loss to High Point.  Missouri had won the first two games of the weekend series with High Point. 

The Tigers take on Indiana State at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Taylor Stadium.

Nephi Hon, 3, of Concordia naps during the seventh inning of Missouri's game against High Point University on Sunday at Taylor Stadium.
Missouri freshman pitcher John Miles pitches the ball against a High Point University batter on Sunday at Taylor Stadium. Miles held off all three batters he faced in the sixth inning.
Missouri red-shirted sophomore pitcher Jeff Cline watches a ball go foul with his teammates in the Missouri dugout on Sunday at Taylor Stadium during their game against High Point University. The Tigers ended thier 10-game winning streak by losing 13-7.

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