The Precedent

Sports Notebook: Tennis reaches all time high

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff Reporter

May 22, 2018

This season, both boys and girls tennis continued to show how formidable they can be. Both teams had outstanding seasons with each qualifying for the state playoffs. Junior McKenzie Jones said, “Last year we were there but I think this year we really pushed it to the top and both teams made it a...

Tennis goes to state for team, doubles, individuals

Tennis goes to state for team, doubles, individuals

Mia Irvin and Mallory Melanson

April 25, 2018

For seniors Cole McClure and Slade Yeager, the end of high school tennis is on the horizon. All divisions including team, doubles, and individuals have been chasing that coveted banner all season long and it is finally time to compete for it. Seeds 1 and 2, McClure and Yeager, are competing towards a...

Tennis teams made up of diverse personalities; multiseason chemistry

Tennis teams made up of diverse personalities; multiseason chemistry

Mallory Melanson, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2018

Every sport requires teamwork and a good connection between the players and that is exactly what both girls and boys tennis has. Although both teams may have a special bond with each other in completely different ways, they both perform to the best of their abilities. The biggest part of the boys...

Choirs place at Worldstrides Onstage Festival

Choirs place at Worldstrides Onstage Festival

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2017

Perry Choir sang a perfect pitch at the Worldstrides Onstage Festival at Universal Studios Hollywood on  Mar. 30 to Apr. 2. Competing against six other schools, Intermediate Choir received second place silver, Concert Choir received first place gold, Women’s Advanced Choir received first place gol...

Blurred lines of cheating: is there any solution to cheating in school?

Blurred lines of cheating: is there any solution to cheating in school?

Molly Ogden, Staff Reporter

November 18, 2014

Sacrificing weekends and afternoons in favor of studying seems to be the typical way a hard-working high school student spends their free time. But when pressures mount and time disappears and 4.0 GPA slips out of reach, a good student might be tempted to sneak a peek at another student’s work. Only...

The student voice of Perry High School
Cole McClure