Blue Lions vs. Panthers set for Oct. 30


The Washington Blue Lions vs. Miami Trace Panthers varsity football game will wrap up the 2015 season on Friday, Oct. 30. The game will be played this year at Miami Trace High School, which will also recognize its fall sports athletes that night. Above, Nick Epifano, center, owner and operator of McDonald’s of Fayette County and Jamestown, is joined by WHS Athletic Director Jon Creamer, at left and MTHS Athletic Director Aaron Hammond, who gathered to talk a bit about the annual Fayette County rivalry game Wednesday afternoon. Epifano sponsors the McDonald’s Fayette County Championship trophy, which resides each year at the winning school. “It’s hard to believe it’s been 13 years since we’ve put this together,” Epifano said. “We’re just excited and looking forward to the upcoming game.”


The Washington Blue Lions vs. Miami Trace Panthers varsity football game will wrap up the 2015 season on Friday, Oct. 30. The game will be played this year at Miami Trace High School, which will also recognize its fall sports athletes that night. Above, Nick Epifano, center, owner and operator of McDonald’s of Fayette County and Jamestown, is joined by WHS Athletic Director Jon Creamer, at left and MTHS Athletic Director Aaron Hammond, who gathered to talk a bit about the annual Fayette County rivalry game Wednesday afternoon. Epifano sponsors the McDonald’s Fayette County Championship trophy, which resides each year at the winning school. “It’s hard to believe it’s been 13 years since we’ve put this together,” Epifano said. “We’re just excited and looking forward to the upcoming game.”

The Washington Blue Lions vs. Miami Trace Panthers varsity football game will wrap up the 2015 season on Friday, Oct. 30. The game will be played this year at Miami Trace High School, which will also recognize its fall sports athletes that night. Above, Nick Epifano, center, owner and operator of McDonald’s of Fayette County and Jamestown, is joined by WHS Athletic Director Jon Creamer, at left and MTHS Athletic Director Aaron Hammond, who gathered to talk a bit about the annual Fayette County rivalry game Wednesday afternoon. Epifano sponsors the McDonald’s Fayette County Championship trophy, which resides each year at the winning school. “It’s hard to believe it’s been 13 years since we’ve put this together,” Epifano said. “We’re just excited and looking forward to the upcoming game.”
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_NickEpifanoandathleticdirectors.jpgThe Washington Blue Lions vs. Miami Trace Panthers varsity football game will wrap up the 2015 season on Friday, Oct. 30. The game will be played this year at Miami Trace High School, which will also recognize its fall sports athletes that night. Above, Nick Epifano, center, owner and operator of McDonald’s of Fayette County and Jamestown, is joined by WHS Athletic Director Jon Creamer, at left and MTHS Athletic Director Aaron Hammond, who gathered to talk a bit about the annual Fayette County rivalry game Wednesday afternoon. Epifano sponsors the McDonald’s Fayette County Championship trophy, which resides each year at the winning school. “It’s hard to believe it’s been 13 years since we’ve put this together,” Epifano said. “We’re just excited and looking forward to the upcoming game.”
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