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Kewpies senior defensemen Matt Schuster and Bruin junior Jonathan Clark fight for the ball at the Hickman and Rock Bridge High School Lacrosse game Friday at Rock Bridge High School.

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Kewpies senior goalie Dan Hurst catches the ball, while senior defenseman Jeremy McKenzie looks on at the Hickman and Rock Bridge High School Lacrosse game Friday at Rock Bridge High School.

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Kewpies senior Andy Messenger faces off with Bruin senior Eric Hall at the Hickman and Rock Bridge High School Lacrosse game Friday at Rock Bridge High School.

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The Rock Bridge High School Lacrosse team huddles before the Hickman and Rock Bridge High School Lacrosse game Friday at Rock Bridge High School. The rivalry game was for the annual Golden Crosse.

Tigers struggles have been a team effort [Photo]

Missouri freshman Russell LaFleur tags first base before being picked off during the Tigers' game against the Kansas State Wildcats on Friday night.

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Kansas State catcher Rob Vaughn gathers up a wild pitch in front of Missouri's Andrew Thigpen during a game Friday night. After retrieving the ball, Vaughn threw out a Missouri base runner trying to steal second.

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Kansas State catcher Rob Vaughn gathers up a wild pitch in front of Missouri's Andrew Thigpen during a game Friday night. After retrieving the ball, Vaughn threw out a Missouri base runner trying to steal second.

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Kansas State catcher Rob Vaughn gathers up a wild pitch in front of Missouri's Andrew Thigpen during a game Friday night. After retrieving the ball, Vaughn threw out a Missouri base runner trying to steal second.

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Missouri junior Aaron Crow delivers a fastball during the Tigers' game against the Kansas State Wildcats on Friday night.

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MU baseball team gathers before the start of the game against the Kansas State Wildcats on Friday night.

National Day of Prayer [Video]

Marcus Bowen, 21, shares his opinion of National Day of Prayer on Thursday.

Students paint shirts for school's annual event [Photo]

Kelsi Ahlfield works with, from left, Jeff Glenn, Walter Cook and Jennifer Bowen to make her t-shirt at the Missouri Cotton Exchange on Thursday. Kelsi came with the rest of her class on a field trip from the Delmar A. Cobble State School.

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After sliding paint over the stencil, kids from the Delmar A. Cobble State School are rewarded with a new t-shirt that they helped make at the Missouri Cotton Exchange on Thursday.

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Kids from the Delmar A. Cobble State School work with their teachers and helpers from the Missouri Cotton Exchange to make their own t-shirts while on a field trip on Thursday.

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Frost accumulation on the grass and dandelions at Stephen's Lake Park early Tuesday morning. Temperatures around Columbia bottomed out in the low 30s overnight which is unusual for this late in the spring.

Columbians gather for National Day of Prayer [Photo]

On Thursday, Gladys Grace Powers, 82, moved to the prayer music at the National Prayer Day near the courthouse in downtown Columbia. Powers tape-recorded the entire event. "I believe I got everything," Powers said. She said she will consider playing her recordings at a religious gathering in Cosmo Park.

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Participants gather at the courthouse on Thursday to celebrate the National Day of Prayer.

Mitrisin solidifies role and becomes ace of the Kewpies’ staff [Photo]

Drew Mitrisin has gone from the bullpen last year to the ace of Hickman’s pitching this year. This season, he has a 6-0 record.

Columbia Housing Authority seeks volunteers [Photo]

Mikayla Hall, 7, colors in a worksheet after completing math problems. Volunteers help students involved in the afterschool activities at J.W. “Blind” Boone Community Center.

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Justin Schmidt, left, watches Mikayla Hall, 7, as she fills a space with yellow crayon Tuesday. Justin is a Hickman High School senior who volunteers to help kids with afterschool activities at J.W. “Blind” Boone Community Center.
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