April 29, 2009
Stephens College junior Haley Caldwell tore her ACL in October 2008. Despite the injury, Caldwell remains a versatile threat when playing shortstop for the Stars, and she also leads the team in stolen bases this season.
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Rock Bridge junior Blake Buchert returns a serve from Terry Ward of Marquette High School on Wednesday. Even though the Bruins have started the season with a 15-0 record, Buchert said he isn't sure if this year’s team is better than last year's team, and he doesn’t know if he will ever know.
Ashley Brawner, sophomore outfielder, practices at Columbia College. She followed her sister, Rachel Brawner, to play softball with the Cougars.
Rachel Brawner, senior first baseman for the Columbia College softball team, plays catch during practice. Rachel Brawner helped her younger sister, Ashley Brawner, adjust to college life since coming to Columbia College.
Rachel Brawner, right, runs during Columbia College softball practice while her sister, Ashley Brawner, left, looks on at the Columbia College practice facilities. Ashley Brawner said that their parents encouraged them to play together in college.
Stephens College shortstop Hayley Caldwell throws a ball to a teammate during the Stars' game against Missouri Baptist on April 8. She has come back from four tears of her anterior cruciate ligament.
John Uhlig, a World War II veteran who was stationed in the Samar province with the Navy in 1945, is flying to Washington, D.C., to visit the World War II Memorial. Uhlig said it will be his first visit to the memorial.
John Uhlig, a World War II veteran, is flying to Washington, D.C., as part of the Honor Flight program to visit the National World War II Memorial. In 1945, Uhlig was in the Navy and was stationed in Samar, a province in the Philipines.
Charley Blackmore has been a deejay since 1977 and often volunteers his services for wedding receptions, parties and events for family and friends. Blackmore said he didn't become a deejay to make money. It was "to support my addiction. My addiction was buying records and stereo equipment," he said.