Panthers receive McDonald’s trophy


The Miami Trace Panthers football team received the McDonald’s Traveling Trophy Saturday morning following their thrilling 28-26 win over the Washington Blue Lions Friday night. Above, many of the team members look on as McDonald’s of Fayette County owner Nick Epifano (left) congratulates Miami Trace head coach Jerry Williams.

The Miami Trace Panthers football team received the McDonald’s Traveling Trophy Saturday morning following their thrilling 28-26 win over the Washington Blue Lions Friday night. Above, many of the team members look on as McDonald’s of Fayette County owner Nick Epifano (left) congratulates Miami Trace head coach Jerry Williams.


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The Miami Trace Panthers football team received the McDonald’s Traveling Trophy Saturday morning following their thrilling 28-26 win over the Washington Blue Lions Friday night. Above, many of the team members look on as McDonald’s of Fayette County owner Nick Epifano (left) congratulates Miami Trace head coach Jerry Williams.

The Miami Trace Panthers football team received the McDonald’s Traveling Trophy Saturday morning following their thrilling 28-26 win over the Washington Blue Lions Friday night. Above, many of the team members look on as McDonald’s of Fayette County owner Nick Epifano (left) congratulates Miami Trace head coach Jerry Williams.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/10/web1_Panthers-receive-traveling-trophy-10-23-2021.jpgThe Miami Trace Panthers football team received the McDonald’s Traveling Trophy Saturday morning following their thrilling 28-26 win over the Washington Blue Lions Friday night. Above, many of the team members look on as McDonald’s of Fayette County owner Nick Epifano (left) congratulates Miami Trace head coach Jerry Williams. Courtesy photo