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Coach Houg: Strong and Motivated

Coach Houg: Strong and Motivated

Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2020

It is no secret that with this atrocious medical pandemic sweeping the nation, people are struggling with being out-of-work and quarantined at home. Teaching is perhaps one of the most affected fields at this time as instructors go from seeing their students nearly every day to not at all. One of th...

COVID-19 hits the cheer industry

COVID-19 hits the cheer industry

Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

April 6, 2020

The pandemic which has been rapidly spreading throughout the nation within the past few weeks has affected nearly every single individual in one way or another. Major cities such as New York or Las Vegas have gone completely dark. Grocery stores are busier than they have ever been with ransacked shelve...

COVID-19: Beach Volleyball Update

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2020

With the worsening of the global pandemic, COVID-19 there was much uncertainty associated with the fourth quarter for the student body.  Beach volleyball was looking forward to a great season because they were a very special team. “Our team chemistry, spirit, passion, and trust made Perry’s beach...

Tennis Feature

Tennis Feature

Olivia Mulford, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2020

When asking Mr. Castillo who will be most successful playing for the girl’s tennis season this year, he replied “Cambell Bueler”.  Cambell Bueler is a Junior, who plays on the number one Varsity team for girls tennis.  “ I started playing tennis when I was 12 years old, and since then I hav...

Lifelong fighter: Nolasea wins debut bout

Senior Donnovan Nolasea won his first professional boxing match on Feb. 21

Amira Johnson, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2020

One day in preschool a little boy was beaten up and went home crying but his dad told him to stop crying about it and go beat him up.  After that uplifting talk a few days later he decided to come back the next day and beat that bully up. Getting beat up is not exactly anyones shining moment but fo...

New era begins in season of firsts: Pavlenko’s inaugural season sees wrestling reach new height

Photo by Roman Valenzuela.
Senior Ikaika Maldonado trying to pin down Basha's 170 pound contender Eli Haney, in a meet last month. Ikaika finished the season as the Division I runner up at 170 pounds.

Roman Valenzuela, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2020

Puma’s Wrestling in the 2019-2020 season saw a groundbreaking season, the Pumas took the Division-1, Section I championship by storm, and twelve individual wrestlers headed to the Arizona state championship at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott. “Everyone wrestled well, performed,” said head c...

Senior Pallas poised for big season

Senior Trenton Pallas at bat during game against Skyline

JJ Fought, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2020

Trenton Pallas is a three-year varsity starter. To help his team when it has dealt with injuries, he has filled positions and moved from the infield to the outfield, back to the infield and now in 2020, back to right field once more.  “He is willing to do anything for the team,” said head coach...

Basketball season ends on a low point

Junior Christian Tuckers goes up for a layup against Queen Creek.

Nick Manzo, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2020

The Pumas playoff run began on Feb. 14, when they defeated Queen Creek 69-54 to earn a spot in the round of 16. Head coach Sam Duane established a clear game plan coming into the game: “Our game plan was we had to defend really well, take away their three-point looks, and then we wanted to establi...

Joi Morrison: a powerful gymnast with powerful faith

Morrison flying high doing back breaking moves at Arizona Dynamics.

Sabrina Digne, reporter

March 5, 2020

Joi Morrison is a level 10 gymnast at Arizona Dynamics and a senior here. She has been doing gymnastics for 15 years and has no plans of stopping after high school.  In 2017, Oregon State University offered Joi a full-ride gymnastics scholarship and she verbally committed to the school. However, ...

Pumas place 4th after controversial judgement

Pumas place 4th after controversial judgement

Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2020

Once a year, high school cheerleading teams from all over the country gather at a single competition in Anaheim. After a great performance at State, the cheer team competed in Anaheim at one of the biggest cheer conventions of the year. This weekend the team brought home an overall raw score of 95.1,...

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