Original Panther cheerleaders return


Homecoming is a time for returning to your alma mater, whether you lived in or near your hometown or moved away shortly after graduation. Above, six (out of 10) original Miami Trace cheerleaders graced the sidelines for the game against Jackson Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. For the first cheer squad, two young ladies from each of the county’s then five high schools were selected. (l-r); Alice Craig, Marlene Crum Rankin, Karen Thompson Hoppes, Petty Garrison Vrettos, Natalie Allen Ware and Jackie Pope Loudner.


Chris Hoppes | Record-Herald

Homecoming is a time for returning to your alma mater, whether you lived in or near your hometown or moved away shortly after graduation. Above, six (out of 10) original Miami Trace cheerleaders graced the sidelines for the game against Jackson Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. For the first cheer squad, two young ladies from each of the county’s then five high schools were selected. (l-r); Alice Craig, Marlene Crum Rankin, Karen Thompson Hoppes, Petty Garrison Vrettos, Natalie Allen Ware and Jackie Pope Loudner.

Homecoming is a time for returning to your alma mater, whether you lived in or near your hometown or moved away shortly after graduation. Above, six (out of 10) original Miami Trace cheerleaders graced the sidelines for the game against Jackson Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. For the first cheer squad, two young ladies from each of the county’s then five high schools were selected. (l-r); Alice Craig, Marlene Crum Rankin, Karen Thompson Hoppes, Petty Garrison Vrettos, Natalie Allen Ware and Jackie Pope Loudner.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/10/web1_Original-MT-football-cheerleaders-1961.jpgHomecoming is a time for returning to your alma mater, whether you lived in or near your hometown or moved away shortly after graduation. Above, six (out of 10) original Miami Trace cheerleaders graced the sidelines for the game against Jackson Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. For the first cheer squad, two young ladies from each of the county’s then five high schools were selected. (l-r); Alice Craig, Marlene Crum Rankin, Karen Thompson Hoppes, Petty Garrison Vrettos, Natalie Allen Ware and Jackie Pope Loudner. Chris Hoppes | Record-Herald