THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Missouri football, Kewpie softball and Ramadan
Sunday, September 4, 2011 | 8:33 p.m. CDT
Missouri defensive lineman Dominique Hamilton hugs wide receiver T.J. Moe as they greet fans after the Tigers' win over the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks at Faurot Field on Saturday. The final score was 17-6.
Celebrating football players, Kewpie softball and icebreaker games were among the best photos last week by Missourian photographers.
First-year sousaphone player Elizabeth Bauer cheers before marching from her "spiral" onto the practice lot. Despite the heat Thursday, Marching MIzzou prepared for Saturday's game against the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks.
Father Tolton Regional Catholic High School freshmen Caroline LaValle, left, and Caroline Parker play a game similar to rock, paper, scissors while fellow students in their homeroom group watch. Principal Kristie Wolfe said the first day was mostly orientation and icebreaker games so students can feel like a part of the new school.
MU senior Mina Mohsin relaxes after performing the Maghrib prayer Aug. 31 — the final day of Ramadan this year — in the Mark Twain Ballroom in Memorial Union. The prayer is one of the five prayers said daily by Muslims.
Hickman senior Paige Nelson is called out after Southern Boone junior Lisa Benedict makes a play at second base during the Kewpie's 12-6 loss against the Eagles on Aug. 30 in Columbia.
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