THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Missouri football's new uniforms and a Douglass High School bike drive

Sunday, April 15, 2012 | 5:47 p.m. CDT

Images of the Rock Bridge High School baseball team, a donation drive for bikes at Douglass High School and the Missouri football team's new uniforms were among the best Missourian staff photos last week.

Grant Hindsley took this photo of Andrew Desmarais, a student at the University of Cincinnati, as he hits his driver on the fifth hole at The Club at Old Hawthorne last Monday. The Missouri men's golf team competed with 15 teams in the fifth annual Columbia Orthopedic Group Mizzou Intercollegiate golf tournament. 

A science class at Douglass High School held a donation drive for bikes and accessories on Friday. Megan May photographed teacher John Reid, as he instructed Tim Marler, 15, during a bicycle drill during the event. 

Sam Gause photographed Rock Bridge freshman Connor Brumfield being congratulated by a teammate after he drove in the game-winning run Thursday at Rock Bridge High School. Rock Bridge won 1-0. 

The Missouri football team's new uniform's were revealed on Saturday at the Black and Gold spring game. Andrew Mitchell took this photo of the new uniforms, which feature the word Mizzou across the chest, with the Southeastern Conference logo, the official logo and the Nike swoosh all above it. 

Bryan Rankin, 17, died in the early morning of April 7 after being shot in the stomach outside a party in northeast Columbia. Alyssa Goodman photographed Rankin's girlfriend, Rylie Garrison, 16, as she attended Rankin's funeral Saturday afternoon. 

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