THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Missouri House districts, high school football and Halloween fun

Sunday, November 4, 2012 | 5:43 p.m. CST
Hickman linebacker J'den Cox leads the Kewpies in a chant during halftime of their district semifinal game against Rock Bridge on Friday.

COLUMBIA — Last week's best photos by Missourian photographers captured images of Missouri's 47th and 50th House districts, the district semifinal rivalry game between Hickman and Rock Bridge football teams and some Halloween fun.

Stuart Palley captured this image of the sun setting on the Missouri River toward Jefferson City at the Hartsburg Access. The area is included in Missouri's new 50th House District, where Rep. Caleb Jones, R-California, is unopposed in his bid for another term in the legislature.

In this photo by Jaime Henry-White, Brendan Worts, 3, tries to eat a doughnut using only his mouth Wednesday at the Boone County Fire Protection District 22's Halloween Open House.

In this photo by Sarah Bricker, the Stephens College volleyball team stands together before team presentations before its Monday night game against Missouri Valley College at Silverthorne Arena. The team's three seniors were honored before the game.

In this photo by Stuart Palley, Hickman junior Hunter Morawitz jumps during soccer practice at Hickman High School. Morawitz is expected to lead the team next year as  he will be one of the most experienced players on the roster.

Rachel English captured this image of Katlyn Garrett, left, playing tag with children at the 20th annual Cow Patty Bingo at the Perche Creek Cafe. The cafe is located in Missouri's 47th House District, which takes up parts of Boone, Howard, Randolph and Cooper counties.

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