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The Precedent

Eight students commit to continue sports in college

Eight students commit to continue sports in college

Zach Klein, Sports Editor

November 18, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The goal of most every high school student-athlete is to continue their careers at the collegiate level, ideally while getting their education paid for because of it. For the eight seniors who participated in the PHS Early Signing Ceremony on November 9, this dream has now finally become an (official)...

Winter sports preview

Zach Klein, Sports Editor

November 18, 2016


Filed under Sports

Eight seniors commit to continue sports in college

Zach Klein, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2016


Filed under News, Sports

The goal of most every high school student-athlete is to continue their careers at the collegiate level, ideally while getting their education paid for because of it. For the eight seniors who participated in the PHS Early Signing Ceremony on November 9, this dream has now finally become an (officia...

Winter Sports preview: girls soccer

Katie Duford, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2016


Filed under Sports

Two years ago the varsity girls soccer team lost to Desert Mountain preventing them from becoming the state champions. Last year was a repeat, but this year the team hopes to change that. They plan to beat Desert Mountain at their first game on Dec. 1. Losing that game last season has pushed the...

Introduction of new coach means changes for Puma basketball

Lauren Fountain, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2016


Filed under Sports

Perry’s basketball team has always been a silent contender in its Division I rankings, but with a new head coach from powerhouse Corona del Sol, the Pumas could finally establish themselves among the better 6A teams. Coach Sam Duane Jr. boasted a 127-7 record and 70 consecutive wins during his ...

Swim & Dive wraps up rewarding season

Swim & Dive wraps up rewarding season

Cameron Martin, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2016


Filed under Sports

Going to state championships is a daunting task for any extracurricular school program, from marching band to theatre. This is not the case for swim coach Stephanie Carrasco, however.  On November 5, she brought with her twenty four swimmers and divers to the state championships at Skyline High School. There, ...

New coach, new year for Lady Pumas’ Basketball

Lauryn Zachary, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2016


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

With colder days comes the noises of bouncing basketballs in sink to the sounds of tennis shoes filling the walls of the gym, as the girls basketball season approaches. The addition of new head coach, Andrew Curtis, to the program has caused for high aims for a  successful season. During his short...

Perry vs Basha

Lincoln Luse, Staff Reporter

October 26, 2016


Filed under Sports

After the Pumas’ overwhelming victory over Hamilton, with a final score of 55-21, the team is prepping for their next game on October 28 against the Basha Bears. Since 2011, Perry has only won one of fives games against Basha: 56-38(W), 34-14(L), 49-0(L), 28-11(L), and 56-28(L). Being the l...

Boys golf goes to state

Asher Laufenburger, Staff Reporter

October 26, 2016


Filed under Sports

The boy’s golf team have placed better this past week than they have throughout the whole season. The most notable of players including senior, Mike Finnegan, and sophomores, Ryan Macpherson and Caden Christopherson. In the past Finnegan has said that they “have the ability to do it [they] just...

Football’s battle for Val Vista

Football’s battle for Val Vista

Kylie Vacala, Staff Reporter

October 25, 2016


Filed under Sports

Hearing the names Perry and Basha in a single sentence already causes tension but adding the word football makes both schools heated for what is known as the battle of Val Vista. With the football team having a record of 8-1 compared to Basha’s 3-6 record, the pumas are expecting their first win a...

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