Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN


January 15, 2013

Plainfield student returns from London



Hall said she has been cheering for three years. She no longer cheers for PHS but continues to cheer on the West Side Cougar All Stars, a competition team.

Hall is the daughter of Jodi and Normal Craney and Ryan and Michelle Hall and the sibling of Sarah and Jenna Craney and Tyler and Ellen Hall.

“I’m the oldest and quite a bit older,” she said. “Jenna is the closest to my age and she’s 11.”

Her youngest sister, Ellen, has not yet reached her first birthday.

Hall is finishing up her senior year at PHS. She is planning to attend Indiana University in the fall and major in forensic pathology.


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