South Carolina’s Evan Marzilli bunts during practice Friday at Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Neb. South Carolina plays Oklahoma in a College World Series game today.
Washington starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg throws against the Chicago White Sox. Strasburg left with no decision in the Nationals’ 2-1, 11-inning loss Friday in Washington.
Tiger Woods, left, walks along the fourth hole during the second round of the U.S. Open on Friday at Pebble Beach, Calif.
Tom Watson walks off the 18th hole after his second round of the U.S. Open on Friday at Pebble Beach, Calif.
Jimmie Johnson takes practice laps in preparation for the Toyota/Save Mart 350 auto race on Friday at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif. Johnson qualified second Friday for Sunday’s race.
Phil Mickelson reacts after making a birdie on the fourth hole on Friday during the second round of the U.S. Open in Pebble Beach, Calif.
Landon Donovan (10) of the United States scores a goal against Slovenia. The Americans tied Slovenia, 2-2, on Friday at the World Cup in Johannesburg.
Kansas University junior Jordan Scott clears 5.4 meters (17-feet, 81⁄2 inches) to capture the NCAA Outdoor pole vault championship. Scott became KU’s second pole vault national outdoor champion on June 10 in Eugene, Ore.
Bishop Seabury Academy Students get doused at Great Wolfe Lodge during the annual Headmaster’s Holiday. Margie Lawrence, from the school, submitted the picture.
Lawrence High School math teacher Ron Callaway and Associate Principal Beryl New attended a May 24 luncheon. New is leaving LHS to become the principal at Highland Park High School in Topeka. The luncheon was prepared by the women staff members at LHS in return for the breakfast the men prepared for the women in January. Pam Fangohr is the chairwoman of the luncheon committee.
Catherine Lyman, Lawrence High School directed studies teacher, is pictured with her son, Lyman Fox, at the May 24 luncheon at LHS. Lyman is retiring this year.
Lawrence High School social studies teachers Jack Hood and Mike Ortmann attended a May 24 luncheon prepared by the women staff members at LHS in the cafeteria. Ortmann and Paul Bohlen, not pictured, are both retiring.
Bob Vigna, left, and Richard Vigna, right, received the Cottonwood Classies Lifetime Achievement Award from Cottonwood CEO Sharon Spratt, center, on April 26 at Free State High School. The award recognizes people who have shown exceptional dedication and commitment to the ongoing work of Cottonwood, which helps people with disabilities shape their own futures.
Trent Schuchart, center, received the Cottonwood Classies Shining Star Award April 26 at Free State High School. Also pictured are Keith and Theresa Browning, Schuchart’s sister and brother-in-law. The award is given to people who receive support and services from Cottonwood, Inc., and have been successful in reaching personal and work life goals.
John Bode, third-grade teacher at New York School, accepts the Lawrence Schools Foundation Elementary Educator of the Year Award at the 20th anniversary of the Foundation Follies on April 16 at Liberty Hall.
Raintree Montessori School received the JobLink Employer Of The Year Award. From left are Leanna McReynolds, Karen Williams and Heather McReynolds-Eichorn. Williams has been employed at Raintree for 20 years. The award is given to a business that provides employment opportunities to JobLink job seekers.
Robert Rhodes, Free State High School special education teacher, center, received the Lawrence Schools Foundation Secondary Educator of the Year Award on April 16 at Liberty Hall. Congratulating Rhodes are Kathy Davis, left, a foundation board member, and Susan Esau, right, foundation executive director.
South Junior High School teachers, from left, Dave Olson, Christopher Davis and Chris Cobb, performed April 16 at the Lawrence Schools Foundation’s 20th anniversary of the Foundation Follies at Liberty Hall. Olson is a board member for the foundation.
Chelsey Keith and Justin Dunnaway
Peter Lewis and Katie Hastings
William Joseph Hensley and Megan Mae Wyatt
Sherrill and George Catt
Jessica Bewsher and Shaun Grimes
Sarah Abel and Andrew Meador
Ashley and Jamie VanMeter
Kelsey Rosencrants and Glenn Peavey
Aditi Rattan and Eric Leuthold
Lauren and Nick Adams
In this file photo taken Dec. 17, 2007, people walk past a Walgreens Pharmacy in San Francisco. CVS Caremark Corp. and Walgreen Co. have settled a dispute Friday, June 18, 2010, that threatened to change where millions of Americans fill prescriptions.
Natalie Floyd, right, and Alyssa Auer rinse off a brown pelican after it was washed Friday at the Fort Jackson Bird Rehabilitation Center in Buras, La. The bird was rescued after being covered in oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Elaine Jesmer, left, and Heather Crosson, both of Los Angeles, hold signs during a protest against BP PLC organized by Moveon.org June 8 outside an ARCO gas station in Los Angeles. ARCO is a subsidiary of British Petroleum.
Algebra teacher LaMar Queen wears his rap glasses as he sings along with his Algebra students May 26 at the Los Angeles Academy in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Unified School District teacher has won two awards for his innovative teaching method, by creating rap songs out of math concepts.
A group of programmable humanoid Nao robots, developed by a French company Aldebaran Robotics, dance Friday inside the France Pavilion at the Shanghai Expo in Shanghai, China.