The Precedent

  • October 22Girls Volleyball: Perry v. Chandler, October 27, 2020
  • October 22Badminton: Perry v. Brophy, October 27, 2020
  • October 22Football: Perry v. Highland October 23, 2020

Boone defines respect in sports

Boone defines respect in sports

February 6, 2020

In 2013, Joelyn Boone started at Perry by helping with the football team which eventually led to her position as the first female weights coach. Principal Serrano, knowing Coach Boone’s background, eventually asked her to start the strength program for all the sports, which for the first time, also...



Presley Plant, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2019

The growing trend with energy drinks has raised the question of what is healthy and what is not. With big name brand companies such as Monster, Red Bull, and Bang entering more and more high schools, the number one consumer of these stimulants are eighteen to thirty-four-year olds and one third of teens betwe...

Health and Wellness; the Importance of Breakfast

Presley Plant, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2019

From bacon and eggs to having a bowl of lucky charms, breakfast has been avoided by high school student all across the globe. Breakfast is the most important meal, in fact, some would say it is the best way to get your brain to be more  progressive. “Breakfast is important for brain health, when you eat ...

Girls basketball after the state title

Sophomore point guard, Grace Oken, battles for a loose ball against Basha on November 29th. Oken tracked the ball down and the Pumas toppled the Bears, 68-31. Part of the Pumas success this season has been the way they have prepared in the weight room in the off-season; as of press time, PHS was 6-0

Anna Myers, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018

With a 6-1 record for the season, the varsity girls’ basketball team is back supporting an intense weight training routine and they are intent on making it to the state championship this year. With a grand total of 6 returning starters, 5 of which are sophomores, the team is working on building up ...

Concussion 101: Dealing with sports’ biggest rival

This infographic shows concussion statistics at Perry in the last couple of years.

Aja Diffin, Sarah Campbell, and Sam Nabaty

September 22, 2015

Concussions are serious and common traumatic brain injuries that many people experience every day. Junior volleyball player Tristan Carver is no stranger to the serious brain injury; he has suffered three concussions throughout his life and he talks about how impactful they can be. “I was reall...

Concussions are a Big Risk for High School Athletes

Perry High School weight and training room.

Emma Kline, Staff Reporter

September 4, 2015

Concussions leave a big impact on athletes at all levels and are one of the most common injuries among players. There are many risks that accompany any physical activity and concussions are a great threat to athletes and do not discriminate against any players based on their sport. Athletes with...

Stereotypes of men that feminism strives to diminish

Mackenzie Ness, Staff Reporter

April 21, 2015

So often it is thought that feminism is only for the female gender: women’s rights, a higher and equal pay, an elevated amount of respect. Yet feminism has been redefined over the past few decades; now it encompasses not only females but males as well, no longer selective but an umbrella over all gender...

The student voice of Perry High School
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