September 7, 2008
Down seven points at the half, the Hallsville football team listens to instructions from coach John Morris. The Indians went on to beat Mark Twain 19-8 on Friday in their first varsity home game.
Blaine Gabbert's appearance in the third quarter dispelled any speculation that the highly recruited freshman might redshirt this year.
Marlon Galbreath tries to escape the outstretched arms of Andrew Adams.
Missouri's Terrell Resonno prepares to tackle Southeast Missouri State quarterback Dustin Powell.
Joshua Jackson (38) and Marvin Anderson of Southeast Missouri State try to bring down MU's Wes Kemp.
Rock Bridge alum Chase Patton hands off the ball. He came into the game with more than four minutes left in the second quarter.
Castine Bridges is lifted by a teammate after a successful play.
Quarterback Chase Daniel hands off to Derrick Washington.
September 6, 2008
Sean Weatherspoon intercepted a pass in the second quarter and returned it 65 yards for a touchdown, his second in two games.
Quarterback Chase Daniel completed 16 of 17 passes for 244 yards and three touchdowns.
MU football players take the field.
Fans wave their hands before the kickoff of MU's home opener against Southeast Missouri State.
MU's Derrick Washington runs the ball down the field.
An MU defensive player tackles Southeast Missouri State's Walter Peoples.
A Missouri player takes a quiet moment in the end zone before the start of Saturday evening's game.
Jim Hellman plays keyboard for the band Naked Dave and the Crazy Fish at EcoArtFest.
Michael Mize paints his daughter Riverdawn's face with blue and pink paint, Riverdawn's favorite colors, at Cooper's Landing on Saturday afternoon.
Susan Galloway gets two dishes from Thai Food Kitchen at Cooper's Landing. "This is my first time here. I definitely would come here the next year, too. The food is really great, especially when you eat beside the river," Susan said.
Nicholas Orazio, 10, poses for his portrait drawn by a local artist, Kate Folisek, at EcoArtFest. Nicholas came here with his father to paint and sell T-shirts.
From left, Sam D'Agostino, Elizabeth D'Agostino, and Anna D'Agostino sing "Pop Fiction" for EcoArtFest on Saturday. "This is the best time to spend a day with family. I would love to sing a song with my two daughters," Sam D'Agostino said. EcoArtFest will continue through Sunday. Proceeds of the festival will be given to the Missouri River Cultural Conservancy.