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Todd Hohenstreet, left, finishes the 16th hole in Saturday’s disc golf tournament before moving on to the next tee with friend Stuart Howeser. Hohenstreet said he took up disc golf after playing ultimate in college.

Staying on target

Cole McCutchan, 12, removes his arrows after warming up for the target archery competition Saturday at Stephens Lake Park.

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Matt McCowan of Auxvasse takes his place on the line and prepares to take his shot in Saturday’s target archery competition.

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Katelyn Sterchi serves against Britni Norfolk in the championship match of the junior division singles tournament Saturday at the Green Tennis Center.



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Britni Norfolk, left, and Katelyn Sterchi, 15, get ready for their match during the juniors round of Tennis at the Show-Me State Games, Saturday, July 28, 2007.

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Katelyn Sterchi, left, and Britni Norfolk walk onto the court to play the championship match of junior singles competition.

Hit-and-run driver leaves behind big clue ... his license plate

The impact from hit-and-run collision left an imprint of the other car’s license plate on the front of Marci Mitchell’s car.

International Ala Carte

Thursday, July 26, 2007--On one of the final evenings before closing for restoration, the Missouri Theatre was packed with an estimated 250 guests plus forty symphony musicians and their staff for the Ala Carte event, a Missouri Symphony performance followed by a feast of dishes from all over the world prepared by Symphony musicians and volunteers.

Oduduwa Day is a celebration of the Yoruba culture from Nigeria

Jomoke Sanusi introduces members of Egbe Omo Oduduwa in front of the friends and family who gathered in the American Legion Hall on Saturday evening to celebrate their southern Nigerian heritage. From left are Fela Amos, Olawale Ibitoye and Moyosola Ibitoye.

A question of acceptance

Coach Kyle Hawkins talks with some members of the lacrosse club team during a timeout in a game against Illinois in April 2006 at MU. Hawkins came out as a gay man just before the start of the 2006-07 season.

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In 1975, former San Francisco 49ers running back David Kopay became the first athlete in a professional team sport to announce his homosexuality.

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Cyd Zeigler co-founded outsports.com, the Web site where Kyle Hawkins first posted about being a gay coach of the Missouri men’s club lacrosse team.

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Kirk Walker became the first openly gay male coach of a Division I program when he came out to his team in September 2005.

School: Oregon State

Position: Softball coach

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Oregon State softball coach Kirk Walker screams from the dugout to his team on the field. He says his players and OSU administration have been supportive since he came out.

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Oregon State softball coach Kirk Walker giving instructions during a game. He adopted a child with his partner, Randy Baltimore.

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Dave Lohse said the first openly gay male coach of a prominent men’s team will surface somewhere in the Northeast or on the West Coast.

School: University of North Carolina

Position: Athletic communications director


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Dan Woog says coming out to players and parents took courage, but was worth the effort.

School: Staples High School, Westport, Conn.

Position: Boys soccer coach

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Harvard coach Jennifer Allard says she sees a generational change in the way gays are accepted in sports.
Photo courtesy of DSPics.com School: Harvard

Position: Softball coach

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Harvard softball coach Jennifer Allard talks to team members during a loss to Columbia in March. Allard credits media as the reason for improved gay acceptance in America.

The growing Mormon church

Members of the Kingdom of Callaway Chamber of Commerce take part in the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new construction at the Fulton ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mid-Missouri LDS wards have seen much growth in past years.
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