THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Missouri football beats Texas A&M; volunteers preserve Almeta Crayton's Everyone Eats

Sunday, December 1, 2013 | 5:31 p.m. CST; updated 6:58 p.m. CST, Sunday, December 1, 2013

This week, Missourian photographers took images of Missouri football's win over Texas A&M, Rock Bridge football's loss in the state championship game and the continuation of Almeta Crayton's annual Thanksgiving meal, Everyone Eats.

Kholood Eid took this photo of Missouri defensive lineman Michael Sam celebrating on the field with fans after Missouri's 28-21 victory over Texas A&M on Saturday. The photo was featured on the Missourian's front page Sunday.

In this photo by Quint SmithBlue Springs wide receiver Darrius Shepherd tries to outrun Rock Bridge linebackers Jajuan Chambers, left, and safety Bryce Banks. Blue Springs defeated Rock Bridge in the Class 6 MSHSAA Show-Me Bowl state championship on Friday in St. Louis.

Unho Yi captured this image of Missouri volleyball seniors Lisa Henning, left, and Molly Kreklow watching a commemorative slideshow after the Tigers' win over Arkansas on Wednesday. With the win, Missouri finished with a perfect 34-o in the regular season.

Mackenzie Bruce took this photo of Donna Herndon, who was reacting when Trinity Reese set a goal in early November goal that each of the women in her group lose five to 10 pounds by Thanksgiving. Reese, the founder of Fusion Pathways, organizes events to promote healthier living, especially among black women in Columbia.

In a photo by Julia Sumpter, Battle High School junior Taylor Kirby rests her arm on Tyler McCutchen during the intermission of Saturday's performance of "Little Shop of Horrors." McCutchen, 16, says acting has helped him become less shy.

Unho Yi took this photo of volunteers serving Thanksgiving meals at Almeta Crayton's Everyone Eats. More than 200 volunteers stepped up to preserve the Thanksgiving tradition in its first year since Crayton's death.

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