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Bros need to know our code

Photo created by Glenn Flieshman

River Bradshaw, Staff Reporter

January 17, 2020

There are unwritten rules of society, there are the unseen globs of glue that keep our fragile life style together. For men there is a specific code that they all must follow, and that is referred to as the “bro code.” The bro code is a sacred set of guidelines that separate men from animals....

Seniors leave 15 open spots on team for 2018-19 season

Senior Pearson Wallace (white) challenging a loose ball against Mesa.

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff reporter

February 13, 2018

An important component to team sports is the leadership of the team. Leadership comes in many forms but one of the most influential is leadership through experience. The boys soccer team was fortunate enough to have a captain this season with four years of varsity experience. Senior Pearson Wallace...

Soccer learns from Campo tourney, early challenges

Senior Pearson Wallace (white) challenging a loose ball against Mesa.

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2017

The boys soccer team had a bumpy start after losing their first two season games to Brophy and Desert Mountain. Along with racking up a combined 12 goals against in those games, senior Pearson Wallace received a red card against Brophy and had to sit out during the Desert Mountain game. Coach Brian...

Athleticism, attitude highlight volleyball’s 35-win season

Senior Ethan Fillmore serves a ball during the state championship game. The Pumas lost to Boulder Creek on May 14, taking second in state.

Nikki Soto, Staff Reporter

May 19, 2016

The Pumas engaged in an extremely high-intensity championship game, neck and neck with Boulder Creek until the very last set which ended in Perry defeat 25-21. The Pumas did not go out without a fight, using creative plays and strategic moves throughout, each set coming down to a mere few points. ...

Sports brief: tennis update

Kyle Vance (12) prepares to return a serve on the tennis courts at Perry High School during practice on February 18,2016.

Sam Nabaty, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2016

Boys: As this season comes to an end, Perry Boys tennis begins to look into the upcoming rounds of playoffs. Brennan Sciascia and Kyle Vance, Perry’s number one doubles team, have high hopes for finishing off this season. The two have had a very successful season, both as a duo, and individually....

Postseason hopes for tennis teams

Senior Laike Reader serving a ball at practice

Sam Nabaty, Staff reporter

March 1, 2016

Head coach Thomas Lennox has high hopes for the coming season. He looks forward to this year’s team which is "the strongest team in Perry history." With a team of 16 players, six will be returning as varsity players, four of which are seniors. Last season was very successful for the Pumas. "We finished ...

Boys basketball playoff hype

Karson Hentges, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2016

For the last couple of months on and off the shimmering surface of the Perry basketball court, the talented young men of this season’s team have been working hard to impress not only those looking at them from the stands, but to impress themselves as well. For all of the obstacles and expectations...

Track Wrap-Up

Devlin Clark, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2015

Track did outstanding this season. On the boys team, Seniors Brandon Rule, Jay Burch, Asante Dickson, Austin Nightingale, Thomas Richardson, Alex O'dell, Felix Drake, and Cole Crippen qualified for state. Junior Cade Burks, finished 2nd in the state for the 800 meters. On the girls team, at the state...

Perry’s Best: Volleyball

Jalen Cross blocking in a match during the season. Cross was a top blocker in the state and a leader to the rest of the team.

Kevin Chadwick, Writer

May 20, 2014

Jalen Cross started volleyball as a freshman and had a lot to work on through his years in volleyball. He started with many of the other top state players such as Alex Berghorst and Mitch Harris and trained by Brian Pomerantz. Cross pushed himself to become a top player in state- 2nd in blocks, 5th for...

Season brought to a halt by Mesa High

Senior Jalen Cross spikes a ball in a match in late April. Cross, who lead the team in kills with 309, was an intregal part of Perry's team who went 37-8, and solidified itself as a volleyball power. With only four seniors graduating, the Pumas' future looks bright.

Kevin Chadwick, Writer

May 20, 2014

Volleyball has continually made playoffs over the years and did it again this year going to quarter finals. With a team of unproven players (the Pumas lost eight players last year to graduation), Perry’s 2014 season was one that fans will remember for a long time. With nine new players on the team,...

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