Perry’s Best for Sports

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 Fama

Senior, Kalli Fama holds many records for the swim team and is a good example of leadership and persistence to the younger athletes. We can expect great things from her as she continues to Michigan.


Girls Volleyball: Tatum Stall 

Senior, Tatum Stall led the team to state championships and shown that she is a talented volleyball player. Stall shows heart and leadership on and off the court and she will be missed when she plays on Division 1 at Utah State this year.


Boys’ Volleyball: Carson Bashford

Senior, Carson Bashford is a natural leader. He is a determined player who performs to his best ability, but he is also has a contagious energy that encourages the players to excel in every game. 


Beach Volleyball: Canon Bongard

Junior, Canon Bongard is a stellar beach volleyball player and has incredible strength and stamina. She is also a force for good on the team as she is always kind and optimistic. She will be back next year to lead the team to accomplish big things.  


Cheer: Ashdyn Marr

Senior, Ashdyn Marr is a truly amazing athlete. She is an extremely kind person and incredibly motivated. She will be missed this coming year but has big opportunities ahead of her!


Pom: McKenna Dickson

Senior, McKenna Dickson is a prime example of someone with a gift. She has a fantastic outlook on life and is an all-around team player. McKenna will be missed but she has a bright future with the LSU dance team.


Baseball: Trenton Pallas

Senior, Trenton Pallas is one incredibly strong individual. As team captain, Trenton was a 3-year starter on varsity and a member of Mrs. Burks’ AIA student council. He has a great future ahead of him.


Wrestling: Ikaika Maldonado

Senior, Ikaika Maldonado is incredibly laid back but motivated in the classroom and on the mat. He had a great year with a record of 39-4 and runner-up at the State Championship. He will be wrestling on scholarship at Western Colorado University.