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Rock Bridge wins colsolation game in Class 5 state boys basketball finals [Photo]

Rock Bridge forward Charlie Henderson goes in for a layup over Oakville's Matt Noblitt in the third-place game of the Class 5 state boys basketball championships on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. The Bruins defeated the Tigers 54-40.

Stephens swimmer Emily Younghouse and her mother Susan Younghouse [Photo]

Stephens swimmer Emily Younghouse, right, and her mother Susan Younghouse, who has been diagnosed with lymphoma.

Taking it up [Photo]

Rock Bridge forward Charlie Henderson goes for a layup over Oakville's Matt Noblitt.

Medal time [Photo]

Rock Bridge guards Quinn Gray (12), C.J. Ross (14) and their teammates receive medals after winning the third place game.

Getting to the rim [Photo]

Rock Bridge guard Skylar Tolson drives to the basket past Oakville's Garrett Reeg.

Time! [Graphic]

Holding the prize [Photo]

Rock Bridge players Travis Ward, left, and Skylar Tolson hoist the team's third place trophy.

Happy fans [Photo]

Rock Bridge Bruins fans, from left, Ben Truesdall, Weslie Wentz, Eric Rahn and Tedder Easton celebrate after the Bruins win the third game.

Contestants at Regional Spelling Bee [Video]

The Regional Spelling Bee was held Thursday at Christian Fellowship Church in Columbia. Judges Cathy Collins, Heather Noe and Justine Rogers talk about the pressures of the job. Seventh-grader Elizabeth Platz, who represented Columbia Home Educators, won the 20-round spelling bee and will advance to the national competition.

Missouri's Kimmie English [Photo]

Kim English drives past Oklahoma State's James Anderson. The Tigers won the game 67-59 and will play the Baylor Bears for the Big 12 tournament title at 5 p.m. Saturday.

Missouri coach Mike Anderson [Photo]

MU coach Mike Anderson reacts with disgust to the results of a play. In the post-game press conference, Anderson said, "I guess the motto is always survive and advance, and that's what we did. We survived tonight."

DeMarre Carroll plays defense [Photo]

Missouri's DeMarre Carroll blocks Oklahoma State's Byron Eaton. Eaton left the game in the first half because of an injury but returned to play after halftime.

Tigers fans cheer on team [Photo]

Tiger fans Kati Rinehart, left, and Kari Rinehart, right, cheer on Missouri just in the last seconds of the game. The sisters of South Haven, Kan., who were with their father and Missouri graduate, Leonard Rinehart, cheered for the Tigers because their parents are MU alumni.

J.T. Tiller goes for a layup [Photo]

Missouri guard J.T. Tiller goes up and through Oklahoma State's Obi Muonelo for a layup. Tiller ended the game with eight points, four assists, and one steal.

Leo Lyons faces pressure [Photo]

Missouri's Leo Lyons is pressured by Oklahoma State's Obi Muonelo in the first half on Friday.

J.T. Tiller tied up [Photo]

J.T. Tiller, center, is tied up by Oklahoma State's Keiton Page, left, in the first half of the semifinal of the Big 12 Conference tournament on Friday in Oklahoma City.

Missouri's Zaire Taylor [Photo]

Missouri guard Zaire Taylor looks to drive to the basket against Oklahoma State in the semifinals of the Big 12 Conference tournament in Oklahoma City on Friday.

ZooToo - Inside Shelter [Photo]

Debbie Blaisdell and her daughter Hazel play with an unnamed puppy at the Central Missouri Humane Society's Zootoo celebration on Friday afternoon. The Blaisdells adopted a cat from the shelter last summer, but they still come by to visit the animals frequently. "As long as we can come in here and give the dogs some love once in a while we feel like we're making a difference," Blaisdell said.

ZooToo Event [Photo]

From left, Desi Bennett, 12, and Michelle Algya, 10, play with Polly, a pug-beagle mix known as a "puggle", under the supervision of volunteer Mary Devore at the Central Missouri Humane Society's Zootoo celebration on Friday. The Zootoo Shelter Makeover program provides money to renovate and improve animal shelters.

ZooToo Girls [Photo]

Thirteen-year-olds Libby Burks, left, and Amanda Huhman hold Human Society dogs Lola and Lilly at the Central Missouri Humane Society's Zootoo celebration on Friday. Libby and Amanda discovered the Zootoo Web site in January and entered to win a Shelter Makeover for the Humane Society. Starting from 859th place with 9 members and 50 points, they sent chain letters, posted media and promoted the cause at school to improve their standings. Today there are 9,000 members involved, and the girls have generated more than 1 million points, enough to advance the Central Missouri Humane Society to the next phase of the Shelter Makeover competition.
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