Archive for October, 2007

Missouri River: Polaroids

On the river with Drew Lamberger

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University of Kansas volleyball players, left, celebrate a point after Missouri’s Weiwen Wang (13) was unable to keep the ball in play during the closing minutes of the 5th game of Missouri’s 23-30, 30-26, 30-20, 28-30, 7-15 loss at the Hearnes Center.

Mark Dierker and Kay Gregory restore their Cape Dory 28 boat outside his central Columbia home.

David Rutter dropped off street baracades and detour signs around downtown this morning, including 5th St and Broadway, in preparation for the Roots & Blues BBQ Festival.

Missouri’s Darnel Terrell, left, breaks up a Mississippi pass intended for Shay Hodge during Missouri’s 38-25 victory over the University of Mississippi Rebels.

Missouri’s Will Franklin scores a touchdown during Missouri’s 38-25 victory over the University of Mississippi Rebels.

Rock Bridge’s Carly Levy slides to third base past Hickman’s Shelby Leyden in the third inning last night at University Field. Levy went on to score a run.

Tour of Missouri Stage 4 winner Luciano Pagliarini (Saunier-Duval Prodir) enters the awards stage carrying the Brazilian national flag past second place finisher Andrew Pinfold (Symmetrics) in downtown Columbia.

Accompanied on stage by representatives of Build A Bear Workshop, Steven Cozza of Team Slipstream, center, celebrates winning the The Best Young Rider jersey after Stage 4 of the Tour of Missouri in downtown Columbia, Saturday. The Best Young Rider jersey is worn by the cyclist with the lowest accumulated overall time who is 22 years old and under.

Overall leader George Hincapie, of the Discovery Channel team, receives kisses from the Tour of Missouri award presenters after maintaining the yellow jersey after the fourth stage of the Tour of Missouri in Columbia, Mo.

Odell Newkirk, in full headress as Big Chief, addresses the newest members of Cub Scouts Pack 2 during their induction ceremony for the scouts from Ridgeway and Grant Elementary schools at Stephens Lake Park.

Missouri’s Jason Ray misses a Chase Patton pass late in the second half. Missouri football defeated Illinois State 38-17.