The Precedent

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Pumas place 4th after controversial judgement

Pumas place 4th after controversial judgement

Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2020

Once a year, high school cheerleading teams from all over the country gather at a single competition in Anaheim. After a great performance at State, the cheer team competed in Anaheim at one of the biggest cheer conventions of the year. This weekend the team brought home an overall raw score of 95.1,...

Beach Volleyball: Experienced and Loaded with potential

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

February 5, 2020

Did you know Perry has a beach volleyball team? Most people do not. The beach volleyball team is for sure one of Perry’s best-kept secrets.          It all began five years ago, when students showed interest. “Five years ago, they wanted a sand volleyball team and I said no way. But look at...

On court leadership: Helping Pumas succeed

On court leadership: Helping Pumas succeed

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

January 16, 2020

The  basketball team has had a very successful start to the season and faced many challenging teams this season, which have included a few teams from out of state. Over Christmas break, the team had a tournament in Vegas where they played a couple of challenging teams and won. The Pumas have overcom...

Grace Oken returns to court after sever ankle injury

Grace Oken returns to court after sever ankle injury

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2019

American Journalist, B.C Forbes said, “History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats.” This was true for junior point guard, Grace Oken who suffered a ...

Cheer going to state, let’s take home the win!

Cheer going to state, let’s take home the win!

Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2019

The Pumas are home to many triumphant sports teams, including one that numerous people tend to overlook and discredit as being a sport altogether. The cheer and pom team are once again heading to state with the pom team having qualified at the highest they ever have. Head cheer coach Desiree Houg explains tha...

Abrupt Ending: After promising start, top-ranked PHS comes up short in 6A title game

Abrupt Ending: After promising start, top-ranked PHS comes up short in 6A title game

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2019

The tension was boiling and the student section was excited with intense school spirit for the much anticipated volleyball state championships against Basha High School. There was so much anxiety but also excitement in hopes for a great game and a win. “We felt like we had a game plan and we had...

The People Behind the Performance

The People Behind the Performance

Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2019

From pep assemblies to football games, the fans are riled-up by dance performances by Moveo Dance Company and pom. Hallie Reggio, a senior dancer on both the pom and Moveo team explains that “they’re very different, because with pom it’s a lot of technical skills and big turn sequences, but ...

Girls’ Basketball coming back strong

Girls’ Basketball coming back strong

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2019

  The Pumas are getting ready for their season with their dedication to practicing basketball and building trust with members of the team. They have some unfinished business from last year with an overall 18-9, and a loss to Valley Vista in the playoffs.  “They got an edge on us and we kind of fel...

Girls’ Volleyball Season coming to an end

Girls’ Volleyball Season coming to an end

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2019

The Pumas have made great progress this season as they took on many challenging teams throughout the region. This season, the volleyball team had an overall score of 31-3-1 and is ranked first in the state. With five seniors leading the team this year and younger players proving their abilities, they m...

Makayla Long: New And Driven

Makayla Long: New And Driven

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2019

  Junior Makayla Long recently made the one thousand mile move to the desert from Oregon. Her family made the move to be closer to her mom’s hometown; as well as seeing her extended family and brothers, who are out here for college,  there was also something special about being a student a...

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