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Columbia College forward Quintin Totta battles

Columbia College forward Quintin Totta battles with Rocky Mountain's Anthony Allen for a loose ball in the second half.

Columbia College coach Bob Burchard addresses his team

Columbia College coach Bob Burchard addresses his team during a timeout in the first half of the NAIA championship. The Cougars were down by 21 at halftime, 45-24.

Columbia College guard Brett Hoskins drives to the hoop

Columbia College guard Brett Hoskins drives against Rocky Mountain's Chase Sukut during the second half.

Rocky Mountain College's Anthony Allen goes for a layup

Rocky Mountain College's Anthony Allen goes in for a layup during the first half.

Columbia College falls in NAIA national championship

Columbia College's Terrell Turner, left, embraces Quintin Totta, right, after the Cougars 77-61 defeat against Rocky Mountain in the NAIA National Championship on Tuesday at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City.

Gold medalist

KaShaye Mathews, 15, goes in for a shot during a Three-on-Three game at the New Haven Elementary School. KaShaye's team, the Columbia Twisters, won two out of two games on Saturday to win the gold medal at the State Championships. "The other kids on the team know to pass the ball to her, and she shoots and scores. It's kind of our team play," coach Trish Wallace said.

Michelle Pruitt and members of her book club

From left, Karen Pasley, Michelle Pruitt and Lori Galaske talk during the monthly meeting of the Rowdy Readers Book Club before discussing "The Secret Papers of Madame Olivetti" at Upper Crust Bakery on Green Meadows Way in Columbia. Pruitt is a candidate for the upcoming Columbia School Board election on April 7.

William Fay

William P. Fay, MU professor and director of the division of cardiovascular medicine: "Small cells can regrow through a stent like snowflakes getting through chicken wire and building up."

Checking for closure

William Fay examines a coronary angiogram to determine whether the stent inserted in the patient has re-narrowed. The slight dark outline near his fingertip is the stent's outline.

MU Sendoff: Holding the baby

MU guard JT Tiller holds Camilla Freeman while her dad, Brian Freeman, takes a photo with his phone.

MU Sendoff: A hug for Kim English

Donna Snyder hugs Kim English at the sendoff for the Tiger basketball team Tuesday. Now retired, Snyder is the former assistant to several MU basketball coaches.

MU Sendoff: Steve Moore holds a sign

Freshman Steve Moore holds up a sign made by children at the MU Child Development Center at the sendoff for the Tiger basketball team Tuesday.

MU Sendoff: Acting like DeMarre Carroll

Ross Steelman spins a basketball as Madison Duff looks on at the send off for the Tiger basketball team Tuesday. Steelman said DeMarre Carroll is his favorite player. "I just like his strategy," he said.

Sam Phillips plays basketball with his son, Price

Sam Phillips, a school board candidate and an attorney in Jefferson City, plays basketball with his son, Price Phillips, 9, in his yard. Phillips and his son play twice a week.

Deep water on Boone County roads

On Tuesday, a car drives through a flooded section of West Akeman Bridge Road, about 2 miles west of Highway 63. Boone County is under flash flood warning until 7:45 p.m.

Columbia College's Christian Lewis goes in for a jumper

Columbia College's Christian Lewis goes in for a jumper during the first half.

Ellis drives for Columbia College

Columbia College guard Jason Ellis drives in for a layup during the second half of the Cougars 60-56 victory against MidAmerica Nazarene. Ellis was fouled on the play and converted the 3-point play with a free throw.

Hugs and celebrations for Columbia College men

Columbia College's Terrell Turner hugs teammate Jason Ellis following the Cougars 60-56 victory against MidAmerican Nazarene on Monday night.

Burchard gives instructions

Columbia College coach Bob Burchard coaches his team from the sideline during the first half.

Columbia College players celebrate semifinal victory

The Columbia College bench celebrates after the buzzer following the Cougars 60-56 victory against MidAmerica Nazarene University.
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