WEEK IN PHOTOS: Crush Festival, Missouri golf and grazing sheep

Sunday, September 30, 2012 | 6:13 p.m. CDT
Greg Judy's sheep graze in a pasture Thursday on Judy's farm. Judy raises all-natural, grass-fed cattle and sheep on his property without the use of chemical fertilizers or hormones.

COLUMBIA — Images of sheep grazing, the Crush Festival at Les Bourgeois Vineyards and a Missouri golfer were among the best photos taken by Missourian photographers this week.

This photo by Stuart Palley shows the boardwalk that runs through the center of the University of Central Florida campus. The Missouri Tigers defeated the Central Florida Knights on Saturday, 21-16.

In Rachel English's photo, Curtis Bourgeois adds grapes to a stomping barrel used at Saturday's Crush Festival at Les Bourgeois Vineyards. The stomping event was just for fun, and the grapes were not used for wine.

In this Thursday photo by Kayla Kauffman, Missouri women's golfer Alina Rogers swings her driver at the range. Rogers, a sophomore, gained experience as a caddy at a country club in Canada, where she has spent her past six summers.

In this photo by Rachel English, members of the Hickman boys soccer team watch a game against the Rock Bridge Bruins on Wednesday. The Bruins defeated the Kewpies 3-1.

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