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JM23 baseball tournament serves as touching tribute to Jacob Medina

JM23 tournament honors Perry baseball alumni Jacob Medina.

Anna Myers, Managing Editor

September 29, 2020

The JM23 baseball tournament was dreamt up by Perry baseball players Jacob Medina and Emery Miller last spring. Medina and Miller envisioned a five day long first annual tournament in which the proceeds could be given back to the community through a charity organization.  The boys’ vision came into fruition last m...

Men’s soccer team is staying strong

Soccer season 2019-2020

Andrew Martinez, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2020

The men’s soccer team is doing their best preparing for the season, still expecting it to take place. Amidst COVID-19 concerns, much has changed but the soccer team is full of hope. Precautions surrounding COVID-19 have prevented the soccer locker class but players are still preparing. Senior midfie...

Football preparing for 2020 season

Jv football practicing and getting ready for the upcoming season.

Meghan McGowan, Staff reporter

September 22, 2020

With students not returning back to school until October, this led to uncertainty for the football season, but the AIA announced that there could be a new football season just with some new rules and regulations put into place. The Perry Football team could not be more ready to take on this season. ...

Adapting to practicing softball through a computer screen

Junior Autumn Kunze practices for her upcoming softball season.

Sophie Barkett, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we all do daily activities. However, thanks to some creative planning by Coach Todd Rogers and others, the softball team is not missing a beat. In fact, the softball players are virtually hard at work. Online classes for physical education are difficult and are...

Pom takes on UDA camp

Pom members starting off camp last month. The girls spent 7 hours at camp working to perfect skills and routines.

Sabrina Digne, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2020

Every year, the pom teams’ first week with its new members ends with a weekend-long camp. The camp works as a bonding experience for girls on the team but also works to drill and prepare them for the upcoming season. This camp took place at the school this year on August 29, one week after they had try...

Golfing through pandemic

Golf ball accompanied with two white tees.

Gavin Brennan, Opinion's Editor

September 21, 2020

In the beginning of this pandemic, there was one hobby that people picked up fast: golf. While some golf courses never closed, people continued to play the sport.  The boys and girls golf team have been practicing for a few weeks now and they hit the ground running. This season has started off as it...

Perry’s Best for Sports

Ashlyn Miner and Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

May 18, 2020

Football: Jackson Ford Senior, Jackson Ford has an amazing personality both on and off the field. He was one of the few not suspended from the team and remained a strong player through and through. He will continue his amazing exploits at Princeton University.   Swim and Dive: Kalli Fa...

Ella Gunkel: Someone with a beaming future

Ella Gunkel: Someone with a beaming future

Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

May 13, 2020

Whether it is running the track field or performing with her fellow pommies, Ella Gunkel is there. For many people, bringing sports from their childhood and teenage years to college-level and beyond is a strenuous task that numerous do not succeed in. However, for Ella Gunkel, this is more than just...

Jennifer Burks, women behind athletics

Dayton Jones, Sports editor

May 10, 2020

Athletics at the school are a big deal, but they do not just happen, they are made possible by our athletic director and assistant principal Jennifer Burks. Burks has been at perry as the athletic director for eight years and still many do not know what her job entails. Taking on the athletic department...

Dancing through a screen

Screenshot of the free Break The Floor live classes offered on day one.

Sabrina Digne, Staff Reporter

May 10, 2020

The dance community begun to feel the effects of covid-19 as soon as it all began. With school closing alongside dance studios closing as well, dancers have not been able to have one-on-one training that is key to their training. But that hasn’t stopped them from doing what they love. “I’ve sp...

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