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Boys volleyball returns right where they left off

Boys volleyball returns right where they left off

Lincoln Luse, Staff Reporter
March 7, 2017
Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

The Varsity Men’s Volleyball team is back and better than ever. Returning as state championship finalists, the Pumas are starting the season off with stronger players and a deeper determination to come out on top. Principal Dan Serrano believes Perry Volleyball is the sport to watch. “I think...

Hamilton Lacrosse becomes Perry’s Pride

Ashley Scholz, Staff Reporter
March 2, 2017
Filed under Sports

The majority of Perry students are not familiar with the Pumas Lacrosse team, but soon their growth will be taking the East Valley by storm. New to Perry, the team has struck the attention of many and has gained much more publicity since emerging into Perry’s culture. In the past, the team went by “Huskies La...

Girl’s basketball finishes successful season

Lauryn Zachary, Staff Reporter
February 21, 2017
Filed under Sports

With a record of 14-14, the Perry Girls Basketball team lost in the second round of playoffs to Tucson High 50-21. Even with this tough loss, the girls had one of their best seasons yet. They started off this season with really high expectations This year is the first year that the girls basketb...

Girls Soccer on to semis after late winner

Girls Soccer on to semis after late winner

Katie Duford, Staff Reporter
February 17, 2017
Filed under Sports

The Perry girls soccer regular season officially ended on Jan. 24 with a 0-0 tie against Hamilton, ranked number four in the state, earning a playoff berth. The team made it through to the semifinals, ranking them number six in the state and number seventeen in the country. “We gave them the keys to the car,” sai...

Puma basketball closes first season under Duane

Lauren Fountain, Staff Reporter
February 16, 2017
Filed under Sports

Though their playoff run was cut short in a play-in game on Feb. 10, the basketball team had a memorable season under the new leadership of Coach Sam Duane. The Pumas went 11-16 with undoubtedly the most revered game of the year on Feb. 7 against previously-undefeated rival Basha. A young team...

Girls Soccer against Chandler Wolves in Quarterfinals

Girls Soccer against Chandler Wolves in Quarterfinals

Sarah Lankford, Co-Editor in Chief
February 12, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Photos taken from the Girls Soccer Quarterfinal game against the Chandler Wolves. The team won in overtime with a score of 2-1, goals by junior Logan Vandine and senior Kelly Cannistra.

Boys Soccer Season Wrap-up

Boys Soccer Season Wrap-up

Kylie Vacala, Staff Reporter
February 7, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

The boys soccer season officially came to an end as they lost their play-in game to Mesa with a score of 2-0, resulting in ending the team’s chance in a play-off position. “I think the best way to describe [the season] is like being on a roller coaster,” stated varsity Head coach Brian Crayon...

Fashion in sports: The Precedent’s ranking

Fashion in sports: The Precedent’s ranking

Ashley Scholz, Staff Reporter
February 7, 2017
Filed under Opinions, Sports

At Perry, our campus is home to a series of well-known athletic programs. It is mandatory that our athletes stand out, not only due to their talent and passion, but also through their sportswear. The following list is a ranking of my top 7 favorite and most unique sports uniforms on campus: B...

Our Take

Our Take

February 7, 2017
Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

In America the Super Bowl is hailed as sports royalty. The anticipation and preparations, not to mention the decorations and the food, parallels that of a bank holiday. It is elaborate and excessive but the atmosphere on that Sunday is unrivaled. Despite the eager groundwork and excuse to throw a party, the S...

Perry cashes in with Nike sponsorship deal

Emily Narducci, Staff Reporter
February 6, 2017
Filed under Sports

The athletic department has announced that for the 2017-2018 school year, it will be a Nike school. Being a Nike school means that Perry is recognized by Nike, and all of the sports are required to wear Nike uniforms. Principal Dan Serrano said, “to be a Nike school is kind of a big deal, it a...

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