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Healthy Diet Proves Runners Success

Kalany Rosado, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2019

The track team meets for practice Monday through Friday right  after a long day at school from 2:30-4:30.these athletes are training long hours through rain or shine. The Perry team is committed to growing and getting stronger and faster with every practice.  On 2/27 3:30pm there first dual will take p...

Exchange student seeks to achieve American tennis dreams

Devin Jernigan, A&E Editor

March 5, 2019

Becoming a professional athlete is the dream of millions around the world. To turn a passion of a sport, a physical activity with the goal of beating your opponent, into a drive to be the very best that has ever existed and beat everyone along the way. Many people have this is a dream in their mind, ...

One student’s ever-changing world

One student’s ever-changing world

River Bradshaw, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2019

With a humble smile, Jacob Selvidge admits his strongest virtue is his ability to adapt. This virtue helps him in numerous endeavors throughout his life. Being a senior, a speech and debate state champion, member of the jazz choir, director of  a theatrical one act, and an actor himself, Selvidge alw...

Food Truck Influences Student Population

Sydney Wolfe, New's Editor

February 12, 2019

Food truck success? A better option for hungry Pumas?   Many students look forward to lunch as a pivotal part of their school day. However, there are mixed responses regarding the implementation of the food truck, “Nosh + Nomad” during Thursday lunches. With the goal of alleviating lo...

Coach Axeman starts his debut at the Hotshots

Damian Tippett, Newspaper Adviser

February 12, 2019

Assistant football coach Steve Axman has joined Arizona’s newest professional football team: the Arizona Hotshots. Axman will fill a familiar role with the Hotshots as the team’s quarterbacks coach. He has been the Pumas’ QB coach since 2016.. The Hotshots are in their inaugural season of...

The seniors of QNDP Magazine

Vivian Duong, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2019

Through the start of a few friends, Quarter, Nickel, Dime, Penny (QNDP) Magazine was made with the intention of establishing an outlet for people with creativity within the community. “I kind of oversee like all the writing and all the things that go onto the website, I overlook that,”  senior...

Couples on campus

Anna Myers, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019

You would never guess that the kid who sits across the room in your eighth grade grade Algebra two class would end up being your highschool sweetheart. Especially a zero hour class. Nevertheless, seniors Amanda Federico and Matt O’Neal found love in this hopeless place. The couple, who starte...

Girls’ basketball: A defensive force to be reckoned with

Anna Myers, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019

What makes a good basketball player? “A team player,” is Madison Conner’s answer, the sophomore shooting guard on Perry’s girls team. “Somebody who’s willing to do what other people aren’t willing to do like working hard and doing the extra stuff.” The young team recently suffered...

Take Five with James Fountain

River Bradshaw, Staff Reminder

December 18, 2018

He has a tournament named after him by a former student. He was one of two to be the first to be inducted as a 2005 inductee to the Arizona Forensics League Hall of Fame. He is super successful as a coach and has countless state champs and national ranked students. He took over for Lisle Jones ...

StuGo does wonders for Perry

Kalany Rosado, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2018

StuGo is known for organizing assembles, dances, and spirit weeks. However, many do not realize the influence StuGo has on many of the experiences the student body is able to take part in. High school dances are a highlight of many throughout their high school career. From taking photos with frie...

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