July 24, 2010
Curtis Coots (yellow jersey) reaches to make a successful catch as his team, Domination, plays a game of 7 vs. 7 Adult Football against team The Big Red. Domination defeated The Big Red in this game of the Show-Me State Games tournament.
Hannah Eynard, front, of the Jefferson City Elites volleyball team, hits the ball against Haley Samson, left, Madalyn Safley, center, and Katlyn Farris, right, of the Sizzles from Jefferson City.
Before the volleyball game between the Elites of Jefferson City and the Sizzles of Jefferson City, Jayme Baumgartner of the Elites gives out high-fives to her teammates.
Brooke Straub, second from left, and Suzie Kuensting, right, of the Jefferson City Elites volleyball team defend the ball against Alaina Valdes, left, and Madalyn Safley, center, of the Sizzles from Jefferson City during the Show-Me State Games in the fifth/sixth grade division volleyball matches Saturday at Columbia College. For this pool match, the Sizzles won 29 to 27 after a very tight match.
Joan Cather, fourth-degree black belt, performs during the form category of the Show-Me State Games martial arts tournament. A majority of the competitors came from different American Taekwondo Association schools. "ATA is a family, no matter where you go," Cather said.
Tiger Cubbie Dominic Pendino, 2, shows his stuff at the Show-Me State Games martial arts tournament.
Third-degree black belt Corbin Howard, 13, performs in the weapons portion of the Show-Me State Games. There are three categories in the martial arts tournament: form, weapons and sparring. Corbin took first place in the weapons portion of his age group.
Robert Geiser, 2009 American Taekwondo Association sparring world champion, practices the form portion of the Show-Me State Games at Helias High School in Jefferson City on Saturday. After competing, Geiser said: "I feel pretty good. I saw some different styles, but they had the same basics behind them."
Robert Geiser, 2009 American Taekwondo Association sparring world champion, trains at Rob Howard’s ATA Blackbelt Acadamy, which is hosting the martial arts portion of the Show-Me State Games on Saturday. Geiser has been training for this tournament like he trains for most, practicing for 45 minutes almost every night.
Dan Cassidy is the chief administrative officer for the Missouri Farm Bureau.
July 23, 2010
Paramedics tend to a victim's injuries on Friday at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Boone County Sherrif's deputies responded to a shots fired call on the grounds shortly after 9:30pm.
Boone County Sherrif's deputies photograph blood on the ground at the Boone County Fairgrounds on Friday. One person was injured and transported to a local hospital.
Rangemaster Jason Snell, lower left, conducts a time trial during the indoor silhouette pistol competition Friday at the Show-Me State Games. Before each heat, competitors are given a practice period of the same time duration to warm up their draw and reloading motions.
The flash and bang of muzzle blast filled the air with gun smoke Friday in the indoor silhouette pistol competition in the Show-Me State Games.
Alexandra Griffeth, right, waits for the results to come in along with her fellow competitors Friday at the indoor pistol silhouette competition at the Show-Me State Games. Griffeth, a current member of the USA Shooting Team, began shooting six years ago in college but says, "I'm still learning."
Boone County Sheriff's deputies and fire rescue tend to a victim's injuries Friday night at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Sheriff's deputies said they were responding to a shots fired report on the grounds. The victim was transported to a local hospital.
Kyle Teeter pitched for the Columbia Blaze on Friday in the Show-Me State Games baseball tournament in Moberly.
Columbia Blaze first baseman Tyler Hull prepares to make the catch to force out Dan Barger of the St.Louis Irish on Friday in the Show-Me State Games baseball tournament in Moberly.
The Boone County Fair's first Friday night.
Marshall Willingham, the catcher for the Columbia Blaze, walks away after a close play at the plate scored the winning run for the St. Louis Irish in an age 14-and-under game Friday in the Show-Me State Games baseball tournament in Moberly. The Blaze, an age 13-and-under team, are playing up a division in this weekend's event.