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Sacred Heart's Honor Kehde tries to make something happen in the Gremlins' 2-1, double-overtime loss to St. Paul Lutheran.
Darren Ross, right, and his wife, Phyllis, lay the wreath to honor military personnel who died during the Korean War as part of last year's Memorial Day ceremony at Crown Hill Cemetery.
Sacred Heart's Gabbi Ebers, left, and Fulton's Kate Sterner chase after a ball near the end line April 22 at Clover Dell Park. Sterner kicked the ball out of bounds, and the Gremlins had possession.
Bill Barton, former State Fair Community College men’s basketball coach, huddles with his team during a timeout against William Jewell College during his final season with the Roadrunners.
La Monte’s Briana Davis pitches against the Winsdor Lady Greyhounds during a Kaysinger Conference tournament quarterfinal game in Windsor in the spring of 2011. If a MSHSAA proposal is approved, Kaysinger schools could continue beyond the conference and into postseason play starting in the spring of 2014.
Dale Kimberling, State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners head coach, reacts to missed opportunity during a game against the Penn Valley Lady Scouts during a 2003 game at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Smithton’s Aubrey Thompson beats the tag from Sacred Heart’s Hannah Loveland, left, to steal third base in a Kaysinger Conference matchup in April 2011. Loveland is one of three seniors on this year’s Sacred Heart team.
Tipton’s Ethan Koechner looks for a basket during the Kaysinger Conference tournament third-place game against the Green Ridge Tigers in February.
Cole Camp’s Tanner Oelrichs is fouled from behind as he goes up for a shot against the Osage Indians in December at the Stover Invitational.
Otterville’s Ryan Benny connects on a jumper from the corner as time expires in the first quarter of a Northwest tournament semifinal game against the Northwest Mustangs in December. Benny scored the winning basket with less than two seconds left in the game.
Sacred Heart’s Nik Langston pitches against the Santa Fe Chiefs during the Class 1, District 15 championship game last year at Centennial Park. Langston will be asked to lead the pitching staff this season.
Smith-Cotton junior Logan Fluty attacks the net during a match in 2011 at Liberty Park. Fluty, Andrew Tilley and Noah Shepard are returning starters for the Tigers.
Smith-Cotton’s Andrew Tilley returns a serve from Adam Keith, of School of the Osage, during a nonconference match last April.
Sacred Heart midfielder Morgan Bogue right, dribbles around a Southern Boone defender during the Class 1 sectional game May 22 at Clover Dell Park.
Sacred Heart’s Gabbi Ebers, left, congratulates Kaitlyn Sunnarborg after Sunnarborg scored the game’s only goal in the second half of a Class 1 sectional 1-0 win against the Southern Boone Eagles on May 22 at Clover Dell Park. Ebers assisted on the play.
Smith-Cotton senior Zach Wolf, right, shown with fellow senior Keegan Kendrick in this July photo, received word Sunday that he was selected to receive one of seven University of Missouri-Kansas City Class of 2017 Trustees’ Scholarship.
Air Force JROTC drill team commander Vincent Ramos, Bellevue West High School, Neb., leads his cadets in the armed marching drill competition in 2010 at the fifth annual Smith-Cotton High School JROTC drill meet.
Cole Camp’s Tanner Oelrichs is fouled from behind as he goes up for a shot against the Osage Indians on Dec. 31 at the Stover Invitational.
Cancer survivors Amber Page, left, of Sedalia, and Bonnie Smith, of Smithton, hold hands as they walk the Survivors Lap at the start of the Relay for Life event in 2010.
State Fair's Jacob Williams delivers a no-look pass away from Harcum's Chaun Miller in November at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Sacred Heart's Jared Dey works on his putting game in early May at the Sedalia Country Club. Dey was a runner-up at the Class 1 state boys golf tournament for the second straight year.
Otterville’s Justin Halgren tries to get off a shot against a trio of Green Ridge defenders in the Northwest Boys Basketball Invitational earlier this month.
Otterville’s Devin Rockett attempts a shot against two Green Ridge defenders during the championship game of the Northwest Boys Basketball Invitational earlier this month at Hughesville. After beating Green Ridge 58-50 in the title game, Otterville is seeded first in its own tournament that starts Saturday.
Tipton's Chaz Raymond drives between Sacred Heart's Caleb Morrsion, left, and Stefan Cox for a shot during the Class 2, District 8 championship game last March in Hughesville. 0
Cole Camp's Tanner Oelrichs attempts a hook shot past Tipton's Tim Brink but comes up short last December. Cole Camp is the top seed in the Warsaw boys basketball tournament, and Tipton is No. 1 in its own tournament.
Tipton quarterback Riley Brant runs for an 18-yard gain on fourth and 15 as Skyline’s Jared Freddie pursues during the third quarter Saturday in Tipton. Brant was injured on the play but returned three plays later.
State Fair Community College’s Kenny Chery is fouled by Indian Hills center Rawane Ndiaye during a game in November 2011 at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Heather Hughes, of the Warrensburg-based Incendio Fire Performers, performs in June as part of the “Metalomedy” show outside the American Legion club on Main Street. The group will return at “Metalomedy II” on Friday.
Seth Hofstetter plays guitar with Prometheus Fire-God in June at the “Metalomedy” concert. The band will headline “Metalomedy II” on Friday at the American Legion club on Main Street.
Mayor Elaine Horn and Dan VanDyne, president of Sedalia Downtown Development Inc., cut a ribbon spanning South Ohio Avenue in December 2009 during the city's streetscape dedication.
Area children’s author Vicki Grove gives a demonstration for children at Camp Blue Sky in August at State Fair Community College. Grove will headline Saturday’s Spofest event as part of the second annual Queen of the Prairies Festival of the Arts.
Northwest’s Cortlen Austin scores the Mustangs’ first touchdown on an end run against the Kansas City East Christian Academy Lions during a game on
Sept. 7 in Hughesville.
Smith-Cotton quarterback Dakota Brown is sacked for a loss of yardage by Helias Crusader Will Fife during the Tigers’ first home game last week.
Smith-Cotton head football coach Mark Johnson leaves the field after opening game introductions last year at the Tigers’ first home game, played against Warrensburg.
Smith-Cotton lineman Tyler Slawson hits Sam White as the Warrensburg quarterback releases a pass during a game last season at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
Smith-Cotton’s Austin Stees places second in the 200-yard individual medley last year during the Smith-Cotton High School Joe Arbisi Tiger Invitational. Stees will be a fixture in the relays and breaststroke this season.
Smith-Cotton’s Bailey Smith, shown returning a serve by Knob Noster’s Rebekah Walters during a match last year at Liberty Park, is one of two seniors returning for the Lady Tigers.
Sacred Heart’s Brandon Cooper watches his shot shoot past Cole Camp goalkeeper Josh Wyrick for a goal during the Class 1, District 12 championship game last fall at Clover Dell Park. The Gremlins beat Cole Camp 6-1 to win their third straight district title.
Smithton goalkeeper Dexter Case, bottom right, denies Sacred Heart’s Mason Kelchner a goal during the Kaysinger Conference tournament championship game last fall in Stover. The Gremlins won the game 2-1.
Smith-Cotton’s Timmy Lor, left, dribbles past Center’s Kilvert Martinez in a West Central Conference match last September. Lor and his teammates will open the season with their own tournament.
In this photo from 2008, the Rev. Michael Lockhart, center, pastor of Wesley United Methodist Church, presents a $500 from social justice team of the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church to Dr. Margaret L. Harlan, chairman of the Sedalia Community Mediation Center, and program officers Rev. Yvonne Marshall and Dr. Jerry Harlan. Dr. Jerry Harlan died Wednesday at the age of 84.
Independence Post 21 shortstop Josh Felz, seen here recording a force out at second of the Sedalia Travelers’ Cortlen Austin during last week’s zone tournament, is one of three 19-year-olds on the team’s roster. That trio and a host of other talent has led Post 21 to the state tournament.
Sacred Heart's John Beykirch chips onto the green during practice in his sophomore season.
The 101-year-old Washington Street bridge is closed for repairs.
Nan Bostick, the Scott Joplin Foundation's 2012 Artist in Residence, performs for students in February at Washington Elementary School. She died in March.
The Bombers' Ryan Barban attempts to catch a pickoff throw at second base on Friday night at Liberty Park Stadium.
The Sedalia Bombers' Dylan Mays takes a throw from the pitcher on Friday night in the Bombers' season-opening win over Chillicothe at Liberty Park Stadium.
Stacy Purvis, the director of the Scott Joplin Foundation, stands in Maple Leaf Park in the 100 block of East Main Street in 2010.
Bombers fans watch their team battle the Chillicothe Mudcats in the MINK League championship series in 2009 at Liberty Park Stadium.
Sedalia Bombers right fielder Pierce Bily is congratulated by his teammates after he turned his RBI double into another run after a defensive error by the Joplin Outlaws during a game last year at Liberty Park Stadium.