The Week in Photos: Tolton football, RVs and a protest

Sunday, October 14, 2012 | 5:54 p.m. CDT
John Sullivan, Republican candidate for Boone County public administrator, sets up a video camera next to a Ronald Reagan cutout to film candidate speeches at the Boone County Republicans Fall BBQ on Sept. 28. Ronald Reagan has become a symbol of the Republican Party for his strong conservative policies — going back to the first time he voted Republican, when he was still a registered Democrat, marking his ballot for Dwight Eisenhower in the 1952 presidential election.

COLUMBIA — Last week, images of high school football and MU tailgates were among the Missourian's best photos. Photographers also captured images of a protest at MU and a candidate campaigning.

Alli Inglebright captured this photo of Jaanna Anaemereibe, left, and Curtis Taylor Jr. during "The Epiphany" rally Friday at Tiger Plaza. The rally was organized by Taylor and his fraternity brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha. The rally was a protest in response to reports that students at the University of Texas-Austin were targeted with bleach-filled balloons.

In this photo by Emma Kessinger, Tolton-Calvary football players take a water break during football practice Wednesday at Tolton High. The Trailblazers are working to look past the team's lack in size and experience.

In this photo by Jaime Henry-White, Rock Bridge football wide receiver Kenny James works on offensive plays during practice Wednesday. James, who has posted high stats for the team, is trying to focus on college goals rather than game stats.


Zac Boesch captured this photo of Reactor Field filled with Missouri and Alabama fans Friday evening. Many Alabama fans travel to away games with their RVs.

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