Panthers mulch to raise funds for football trip


Devin Seymour, Skylar Mitchell and Garritt Smith (l-r), pour and spread mulch around a tree at the Jeffersonville Cemetery.

Devin Seymour, Skylar Mitchell and Garritt Smith (l-r), pour and spread mulch around a tree at the Jeffersonville Cemetery.


Miami Trace’s Andrew Amore rakes mulch at the Jeffersonville Cemetery.


Miami Trace student Blake Roberts dumps out a bag of mulch at the Jeffersonville Cemetery.


Miami Trace’s Skylar Mitchell gets another bag of mulch for the job in the Jeffersonville Cemetery.


Skylar Mitchell, Devin Seymour and Garritt Smith (l-r); level out the mulch around a young tree in the Jeffersonville Cemetery.


The Miami Trace Panthers football team will be making the long trip up into Stark County on Sept. 20 to play the Marlington Dukes.

Marlington is relatively near to Akron and Canton in the northeast quadrant of Ohio.

In order to help purchase new equipment and help with the expenses, the football team conducted a fundraiser by selling mulch.

On April 13, some of the team members worked spreading mulch at the Jeffersonville cemetery, sprucing up for spring time.

Devin Seymour, Skylar Mitchell and Garritt Smith (l-r), pour and spread mulch around a tree at the Jeffersonville Cemetery.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/05/web1_Mulch-1.jpgDevin Seymour, Skylar Mitchell and Garritt Smith (l-r), pour and spread mulch around a tree at the Jeffersonville Cemetery.

Miami Trace’s Andrew Amore rakes mulch at the Jeffersonville Cemetery.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/05/web1_Andrew-Amore.jpgMiami Trace’s Andrew Amore rakes mulch at the Jeffersonville Cemetery.

Miami Trace student Blake Roberts dumps out a bag of mulch at the Jeffersonville Cemetery.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/05/web1_Blake-Roberts.jpgMiami Trace student Blake Roberts dumps out a bag of mulch at the Jeffersonville Cemetery.

Miami Trace’s Skylar Mitchell gets another bag of mulch for the job in the Jeffersonville Cemetery.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/05/web1_Skylar-Mitchell.jpgMiami Trace’s Skylar Mitchell gets another bag of mulch for the job in the Jeffersonville Cemetery.

Skylar Mitchell, Devin Seymour and Garritt Smith (l-r); level out the mulch around a young tree in the Jeffersonville Cemetery.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/05/web1_Mulch-2.jpgSkylar Mitchell, Devin Seymour and Garritt Smith (l-r); level out the mulch around a young tree in the Jeffersonville Cemetery.