Olan Vining, sophomore wide receiver for St. Anthony, looks on as his teammates warm up prior to the Yellow Jackets' week 5 high school football game against St. Stephen's Episcopal played on September 27, 2014 at Lang Field in San Antonio, Texas.
 Tintype portrait of NBA draftee Kevin Porter Jr., June 2019.
 Miguel (left) and Luis Castillo speak at the Mason Punchers' last pep rally of the football season on Dec. 17, 2014 at Mason High School in Mason, Texas. It was also the last pep rally of the Castillo's lives, as they will graduate from high school this year and hope to attend the Naval Academy in 2015.
 Shilyn Bradt, a 13-year-old who survived a severe gastrointestinal disease and multiple respiratory arrests at just weeks old, trains by boxing against a punching bag at Smitty's Midwest Boxing Gym in Springfield, Mo. on Feb. 4, 2016.
Bradt was born with pyloric stenosis, a disease normally found in male babies over 2 weeks old. It occurs when the muscle that controls flow of food from the stomach to the small intestine is enlarged, blocking food from reaching the intestine. It causes severe and constant vomiting, which can lead to dehydration and weight loss.
 (from left) Missouri State Bears pole vaulters Nikki Buck, Julie James and Georgia Richardson carry pieces of equipment into the track prior to the start of the Missouri State Invitational track meet held at Betty and Bobby Allison South Stadium in Springfield, Mo. on April 22, 2016.
 MIckey Burrell stares at an ongoing race at Springfield Raceway before the start of his own race on June 21, 2015 in Springfield, Mo. Burrell is one of many amateur race drivers around the Ozarks. Drivers who spend what little extra time and money they have into racing modified cars in dirt tracks all over the region. Burrell has been racing for 10 years, without much big-time success and this season has been no different, with misfortune striking seemingly every week.
 Margery Baldwin owns and operates Baldwin Farms near Richmond, Ky., a property that serves as farm, dwelling and agritourism business for her and her adopted family. Baldwin spends a large part of her day at the farm's cash register, where she interacts with Baldwin Farms patrons, most of whom visit to pick their own pumpkins or cut down their own Christmas trees, depending on the season.