Photos of the Week

Thursday, April 10, 2008 | 7:21 p.m. CDT; updated 9:35 a.m. CDT, Monday, July 21, 2008
The flower of a vinca plant blooms near 9th Street in downtown Columbia on Wednesday.

17-month-old Emma Miller gets some help getting untangled from her kite from her mom, Megan Miller, at Kite Flying Day at Douglass Park in Columbia on Saturday. A lack of wind made getting a kite to stay airborne a little difficult, but it couldn't prevent dozens of children and their parents from enjoying a fun and relaxing day in the sun.
Rock Bridge outfielder Lonnie Hofmann catches a fly ball in centerfield during Wednesday's game against Hickman. Hickman won 6-4.
Missouri catcher Trevor Coleman attempts to tag Oklahoma State's Jordy Mercer during the seventh inning of the series finale at Taylor Stadium on Sunday.
Missouri outfielder Kurt Calvert bunts the ball to center at the bottom of the sixth inning during the series finale with Oklahome State on Sunday.
Caitlin Linas heads a ball during a game against the Milwakee Panthers Sunday morning at MU's Walton Stadium. The Tigers won the game 3-0; all the goals were scored during the second half.
Ben Sharpe, 10, gets a little tangled while trying to get his kite off the ground at Kite Flying Day at Douglass Park on Saturday. "It's going pretty well, I could use a little more wind," Sharpe said.
George Wang, 3, runs to try to get his kite airborne at Kite Flying Day at Douglass Park in Columbia on Saturday.

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