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

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

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...

Club for career; Perry for pride

Club for career; Perry for pride

Pearson Wallace, Special to The Precedent

December 18, 2017

Throughout the time I have attended Perry High School, I have made the switch from playing club soccer to playing high school soccer four different times. I have been playing club soccer for eight years, five of which were for Arizona Arsenal, a club based out of Gilbert. We have won back-to-back...

Soccer learns from Campo tourney, early challenges

Soccer learns from Campo tourney, early challenges

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...

Senior captains to leave a mark on future students

Senior captains to leave a mark on future students

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017

The men’s soccer team plans on breaking out of their rut this year as plenty of fresh blood enters the field. The Pumas suffered noticeable loses as ten seniors from last year have moved on. Senior Jacob Breinholt added, “We lost our keeper, center backs, center mid, and most of our front line.” However,...

Boys Soccer Season Wrap-up

Boys Soccer Season Wrap-up

Kylie Vacala, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2017

The boys soccer season officially came to an end as they lost their play-in game to Mesa with a score of 2-0, resulting in ending the team’s chance in a play-off position. “I think the best way to describe [the season] is like being on a roller coaster,” stated varsity Head coach Brian Crayon...

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Pearson Wallace