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Taking down a Redhawk wide receiver

MU defensive back Daniel Easterly and safety Matt White attempt to take down Miami (Ohio) wide receiver DeMarco Paine, during the second quarter of the MU versus Miami (Ohio) University game on Saturday at Faurot Field.

Boy Scout sorts through trash at Boone County Fairgrounds

Michael York, 15, sorts through multiple trash bags on Saturday at the Boone County Fairgrounds. York brought his recycling project with him from Yakima, Wash., where it began as a project for Boy Scouts.

Gabbert makes a run

Miami defensive lineman Austin Brown reaches for MU quarterback Blaine Gabbert, during the second quarter of the MU vs Miami (Ohio) University game on Saturday at Faurot Field.

Tackling a Redhawk

MU linebacker Andrew Gachkar and defensive back Darvin Ruise tackle Miami wide receiver Armand Robinson during the first quarter of the MU vs Miami (Ohio) University game on Saturday at Faurot Field. The Tigers led the Redhawks 28-3 at the end of the half.

Kemp breaks free

Missouri wide receiver Wes Kemp breaks free from Miami defensive back David Brown in the Tigers' victory Saturday over Miami (Ohio) University at Faurot Field.

Taking the tiger walk

MU football players walk down the stairs during the tiger walk before the football game versus Miami (Ohio) University on Saturday.

Truman trucks along

A toy Truman drives around the tailgates controlled by MU junior Trent Hayor before the Tiger football game versus Miami (Ohio) University on Saturday.

Former quarterback supports his team

Jack Frier sits with his family at their tailgate on Saturday before the MU football game versus Miami (Ohio) University. Frier graduated in 1950 from MU and was a quarterback for the Tigers.

Tailgate games

Myrna Dueker celebrates a winning throw while playing games with her granddaughter Amanda Camp at her family's tailgate on Saturday.

Hickman celebrates homecoming over Helias

Hickman students prepare for the school's homecoming game against Helias of Jefferson City on Friday. Hickman jumped out to a 20-7 early lead with a potent running game, but a "lack of focus" and stagnant offense let Helias back into the game for a close finish.

Hickman Junior catches rest at homecoming game

Hickman junior Betsy Fritsche, a member of the color guard, relaxes during the second half of the homecoming game between Hickman and Helias on Friday. Fritsche was introduced to color guard at Jefferson Junior High and has performed at Hickman for two years.

Sarah Hall announced Hickman homecoming queen

Jay Chase, fullback and strong safety for Hickman, and Sarah Hall smile after Hall was announced queen at Hickman's homecoming game against Helias Friday. Hall was sponsored by the Hickman volleyball team and chose Special Olympics as her charity.

Logan Fitch rushes for TD against

Junior quarterback Logan Fitch scores Hickman's second touchdown during its Homecoming game against Helias on Friday. Fitch also threw for a touchdown in the Kewpies' 20-17 win.

Rock Bridge QB Pickerel struggles against Rockhurst

Rockhurst defensiveman Kevin Berg, left, forces Rock Bridge quarterback Mark Pickerel out of bounds in Rockhurst's 40-21 win Friday. Pickerel threw for two touchdowns and five interceptions and had one touchdown rushing.

Five interceptions too many for Rock Bridge

Rockhurst defensivemen Ryan Karlin, left, and Mark Boushka, right, block a pass intended for Rock Bridge tight end Austin Ray. Rockhurst intercepted the Bruins five times on Friday and returned two for touchdowns.

Missouri beats Kansas in Big 12 opener

Missouri's Alyssa Diggs, battling Caitlin Noble of Kansas, tries to keep the ball in bounds near the Jayhawk goal. Missouri led Kansas 14-2 in shots on goal and won 4-1 in the conference opener at Walton Stadium.

Krista Kruse celebrates go-ahead goal over Kansas

Krista Kruse,center, celebrates the go-ahead goal with teammate Kelsey Mulcahy in the 63rd minute.

Columbia College initiates new alumni association members

New members of the Columbia College Alumni Association stand next to a commemorative stone after completing the ivy chain ceremony on Friday. The ceremony originated at the Columbia campus in 1900, and there is a movement to implement the tradition on all 34 campuses across the country, said Susan Davis, senior director of alumni relations.

Columbia College alumni attend ivy chain ceremony

Lollie Zander Reed, a 1968 graduate of Columbia College, stands during the ivy chain ceremony on Friday. When Reed was a student, Columbia College was a two-year school for women called Christian College. The name changed in 1970.

Ivy chain ceremony initiates new Columbia College alumni association members

Lynne Stuver Baker (left) laughs with Susan Davis (right) during the ivy chain ceremony on Friday in front of Columbia College. Graduates of the college participate in the ceremony each May; a special processional was held Friday to initiate the new alumni association members.
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