Sseabury keeper Lindsey Ahlen misses a Harmon shot on a penalty
kick. The Seahawks fell to 1-3 with the loss Monday.
Seabury Academy's Elise Stella, right, battles Kansas City Harmon's
Yesenia Salas for the ball. The Seahawks lost, 2-0, Monday at the
Youth Sports Inc. fields.
San Antonio spurs players, from left, Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, Hedo
Turkoglu and Manu Ginobili, celebrate during the fourth quarter.
Parker scored a game-high 27 points, and Duncan added 23 points and
12 rebounds as the Spurs won their first-round playoff game against
the Grizzlies, 87-70, Monday in San Antonio.
Indiana forward Ron Artest, left, listens to a question during a
news conference as Pacers CEO Donnie Walsh, center, and Larry Bird
look on. Artest spoke Monday in Indianapolis about being suspended
for Game 2 against Boston and being chosen the NBA's Defensive
Player of the Year.
Houston starter Roger Clemens releases a pitch during the second
inning against Milwaukee. Clemens beat the Brewers Sunday in
Houston to improve to 3-0 on the year.
St. Louis outfielder So Taguchi high-fives teammates after scoring
a run in a March 29 spring training game. In his third year with
the Cards, Taguchi has become a dependable backup.
Boston players exchange high-fives after coming from behind to beat
the Yankees. The Red Sox won, 5-4, to take three of four games in
the series that concluded Monday at Fenway Park in Boston.
Chicago's Derrek Lee watches the flight of his seventh-inning grand
slam. Lee's blast helped the Cubs rout the Reds, 8-1, Monday in
Kansas University pitcher Kara Pierce delivers against Southern
Illinois. The Jayhawks lost, 5-3, in 10 innings Monday at Arrocha
Kansas University catcher Melaney Torres, left, misplays the ball
as Southern Illinois' Adie Viefhaus scores. SIU beat KU, 5-3, in 10
innings Monday at Arrocha Ballpark.
An Iraqi civilian kisses the hand of U.S. Marine Cpl. Joseph Sharp
after Marines from the 1st Battalion 5th Marines gave him a supply
of food and water in Fallujah, Iraq. American officials and civic
leaders from Fallujah called on insurgents Monday to turn in their
weapons, in the first concrete statement to come out of direct
negotiations. Sharp is from Peoria, Ill.
Mourners visit the field of chairs at the Oklahoma City National
Memorial, a tribute to the 168 victims of the 1995 Oklahoma City
bombing. Monday was the ninth anniversary of the attack.
Penn Jilette, right, performs with partner Teller during their show
at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The pair have
been practicing their unique brand of entertainment and magic for
Free State High School security officer Nyja Bonawitz, center,
jokes with a student leaving school as her colleague Amy Farrell,
left, looks on. Free State High School employs three security
Since the deadly shootings five years ago at Columbine High School
in Littleton, Colo., each Lawrence high school and junior high has
one armed police officer on duty during school. Students at Central
Junior High School, 1400 Mass., talk with security resource officer
Don Hicks outside the building after school.
High school students want to motivate their classmates to get
involved in recycling this week in conjunction with Earth Day on
Thursday, including the "Black and White and Read All Over"
Recycling Challenge at Free State High School. In back row from
left are Mary Thompson, adviser for the Roger Hill Volunteer
Center's Youth Council, and Ruth Becker, Wal-Mart community
involvement coordinator. In front row from left are Free State High
School juniors Yuan Liu and Marie Hull. Liu and Hull have placed 20
boxes throughout their high school and want to collect more than
200 newspapers each day this week.
Rashaad Spicer, left, and Shane Marks, both 13-year-old seventh-graders at Central Junior High School, try to share a skateboard. The two were on their way home from school Monday.
In a backyard wedding at Shannon Royer's house, Royer, left, places a ring on the hand of Bill McTaggart as the two get married after a longtime friendship. McTaggart wore a Santa suit when Kansas University played in the Tangerine Bowl in December, hoping to attract television cameras so he could hold up a sign asking Royer to marry him. The cameras ignored McTaggart, but Royer found out about the plan, and Monday, the two tied the knot. Royer and McTaggart are both from Lawrence. At right is McTaggart's mother, Geneva McTaggart, Baldwin.
Hattie Roberts, 4, attends her first Kansas University basketball game and meets the KU Dance Team. She attended the Chattanooga game in November at Allen Fieldhouse with her grandparents, Alice and Van Roberts, of Lawrence, who submitted the picture. Hattie is the daughter of Matt and Shelley Roberts, Olathe, and the granddaughter of Iabil and Bev Garza, Overland Park.