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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...

What is happening with boys club soccer

Captain Hayden Jaramillio l in a game against skyline

Dayton Jones, Sports editor

May 3, 2020

School soccer has been done for quite a while now but just as that season finished, it was time for club ball to start. Due to the virus a lot of the upcoming season is in question, some associations still have games schedule while others are completely canceled. Practicing for teams are not allowed...

Determined and Driven Leadership

Jenna Heller serving at state

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2020

This upcoming year, students are looking for talented athletes to step up and lead the way. Jenna Heller is a Junior who plays both Beach and Indoor volleyball.“I enjoy volleyball because it gives me instant friends, I’ve grown up playing the sport, and I am very competitive so this helps with that,”  ...

Pandemic vs. Pom

Pandemic vs. Pom

Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

April 27, 2020

By this point, the COVID-19 pandemic had affected everything that is considered normal on a global scale. Schools, businesses, and everyday activities have been shut down. The sports seasons which were scheduled for Spring have been canceled, and with this pom is included. In an effort to social distance, all pom pra...

How athletes are keeping their skills up in quarantine

Katie Doyle and Crystal Cooc working out to keep their skills ready for the next track season

Dayton Jones, Sports editor

April 26, 2020

Due to the quarantine, as it has been known, all high school sports have been canceled for the year, but that does not mean high school athletes get time off. They are still training and working for their next high school season, or even for some, their freshman year of college sports. “ I have...

Volleyball stepping up next year after setbacks

beach volleyball courts are empty but the team still has high hopes

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2020

The Girls’ volleyball teams this year have faced lots of setbacks. Indoor volleyball experienced a devastating loss in the State Championships last year after a promising and successful season. Beach Volleyball’s season was canceled due to COVID-19 after the girls had played and won a match and ...

How to stay healthy and active during quarantine

How to stay healthy and active during quarantine

Dayton Jones, sports editor

April 19, 2020

With the closing of gyms due to the coronavirus, it might be more difficult for students to find ways to work out at home. However, students still have been finding ways to get a workout in. “I’m lucky so I actually have a home gym so I have access to weights but a lot of my workouts consist of...

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