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Rock Bridge football coach discusses plays

Rock Bridge High School quarterback Logan Reuter goes to line up after looking at the play given by Jamie Scholten. The team gears up for the Providence Bowl against Hickman High School, which leads the all-time series 10-8.

Rock Bridge quarterback runs

Rock Bridge high school quarterback Karson Ringdahl fights to keep the ball in his possession during practice Wednesday.

Rock Bridge, Hickman ready for Providence Bowl

In the 2013 Providence Bowl at Hickman's Alumni Field, Hickman High School running back Justise Keith nearly fends off Rock Bridge High School linebackers Matt Troyer and Jajuan Chambers. The two teams will match up again Friday for the rivalry game.

Top wrestler commits to Missouri

Dylan Wisman of Millbrook High School in Virginia committed to Missouri on Saturday. Wisman is ranked No.3 nationally in the 182-pound weight class.

Top Missouri golfer Ryan Zech aims high

Missouri golfer Ryan Zech tees off at the second hole during the NCAA Regionals in May at The Club at Old Hawthorne in Columbia. Zech finished last season ranked ninth nationally.

Battle takes on Helias

In a Sept. 28, 2013, football game Spartan running back Nash Sutherlin struggles against Jaguars Charles Richardson and linebacker Anton Garrett, doing his best to rack up yards in Battle's 45-7 win. On Saturday the Spartans take on the Helias Crusaders, the No. 2 ranked team in Class Four.

Cheryl Rosenfeld gets a book signed

MU associate professor Cheryl Rosenfeld went through the autograph line six times, one for each book she had signed by famed primatologist Jane Goodall on Wednesday. “She’s my childhood hero. She’s the reason I went into this career,” Rosenfeld said.

Jane Goodall holds a book signing

Famous primatologist Jane Goodall holds a book signing Wednesday before giving a speech at the Mizzou Arena. The speech was part of the Delta Gamma Foundation Lectureship in Values and Ethics presentation series in partnership with MU.

Audience listens to Jane Goodall speak

Famed primatologist Jane Goodall spoke at Mizzou Arena on Wednesday evening.

Eli Tinker-Fortel asks for authograph

Jane Goodall signs Eli Tinker-Fortel's copy of Goodall's book "Reason for Hope." Goodall held a book signing at the Mizzou Store on Wednesday before her speech at Mizzou Arena. "She told me the softcover book had another chapter about 9/11 in it," Tinker-Fortel said. He jumped back in line and bought the softcover as well.

Jane Goodall signs a book

Jane Goodall's book, "Reason for Hope," is about how studying chimpanzees changed her life. Goodall visited MU on Wednesday.

Goodall speaks to a packed Mizzou Arena

Jane Goodall spoke to a packed Mizzou Arena on Wednesday evening. Goodall described her childhood and love for Tarzan. "What did Tarzan do? He married the wrong Jane," Goodall joked.

School members meet robot Nao

Craig Adams, Columbia Public Schools district practical arts coordinator, right, explains to school members Wednesday how humanoid robot Nao operates. Nao Robotics, iRead to Succeed, Fit for Life and Mobile Libraries to Engage Middle School Readers are the four programs that received grants for this academic year.

Skateboarder injured in collision

Freshman Tyler Laudeman suffered a head injury Tuesday after colliding with a bicyclist near the intersection of Tiger Avenue and Kentucky Boulevard. He was transported to University Hospital and is listed as "in good condition" on Wednesday.

Hickman's goalie dives to block a penalty kick

Hickman Kewpies goalkeeper Jacob Gunn dives to block a Rock Bridge Bruins penalty kick attempt during a varsity soccer game at LeMone Field on Tuesday.

Kewpies fans cheer

Hickman Kewpies fans cheer after goalkeeper Jacob Gunn blocks a second penalty kick attempt from the Rock Bridge Bruins during a varsity soccer game at LeMone Field on Tuesday.

A Hickman midfielder kicks the ball

Hickman Kewpies midfielder Samuel Hosmer-Quint, left, slides in front of Rock Bridge Bruins forward Tarnue Tyler to kick the ball during a varsity soccer game at LeMone Field on Tuesday.

Rock Bridge forward moves the ball toward the goal

Rock Bridge Bruins forward Tarnue Tyler reacts as he moves the ball toward the goal during a varsity soccer game against Hickman at LeMone Field on Tuesday.

A Hickman defender kicks the ball

Kewpies defender Justin Lannin, right, kicks the ball past Bruins midfielder Connor Blitz during the Hickman and Rock Bridge boys soccer game on Tuesday night.

Shane Ray takes down UCF wide receiver

Tigers' defensive lineman Shane Ray takes down Knights' wide receiver J.J. Worton on Saturday during the fourth quarter of Missouri's football game against the University of Central Florida at Memorial Stadium.
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