The Precedent

Unified program gaining momentum

Unified program gaining momentum

Kenna Cassey, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2018


Filed under Sports

If everyone lived unified people can be unstoppable. The unified soccer team has not lost a game yet this season. Seniors, Cooper Harris, David Reese, and Fletcher Jones may be spending their last year with the team but they plan on leading the group through the season.  On the night of December 5, the bright stadi...

Down, but not out: after season ending injury, D’Shayne James is going strong at rehab

Down, but not out: after season ending injury, D’Shayne James is going strong at rehab

Kenna Cassey, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Football camp had just wrapped up and the Pumas – fresh off of their 2017 state title run – were back at it preparing for a zero-week matchup against Pinnacle. Wide-receiver D’Shayne James was about to enter his senior season as one of the most electric threats in the country. The Iowa State com...

Men’s soccer prepares for start of season game

Men’s soccer prepares for start of season game

Makayla Gee, Features Editor

November 19, 2018


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As fall sports begin the season, the men’s soccer program gears up with a new team, new coach and new goals. Starting this year, Special Education teacher Jason Berg will be coaching the men’s soccer team. While sharing a common interest in Special Education, Principal Dan Serrano believes that this ...

Girl’s basketball finishes successful season

Lauryn Zachary, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2017


Filed under Sports

With a record of 14-14, the Perry Girls Basketball team lost in the second round of playoffs to Tucson High 50-21. Even with this tough loss, the girls had one of their best seasons yet. They started off this season with really high expectations This year is the first year that the girls basketb...

Lady Pumas have successful first appearance with new coach

Lady Pumas have successful first appearance with new coach

Lauryn Zachary, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2016


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The Lady Pumas had a successful first appearance at the Turkey Shootout Tournament that showed the new girls’ varsity basketball coach is bringing a new attitude to the court. The Pumas play with an intensity that is evident in their tenacious defense and fast paced offense. The girl’s basketball...

Cross country finishes the season on a high note

Lauryn Zachary, Staff Reporter

November 18, 2016


Filed under Sports

With the cross country season coming to end, the boy’s and girl’s cross country team took on state, Sat., Nov. 5. Both teams qualified for state, placing fourth in the Division 1 Sectionals, boys with a score of 112 and girls with a score of 144. The boys team scored 204 points placing six...

Track & Field season preview

Karson Hentges, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2016


Filed under Sports

As the middle of third quarter for students rolls around, so does the track and field season for boys and girls. The last two years on the men’s team have yielded the losses of many great athletes, most notably Terren Blanchard in 2014 who ran an impressive 100m dash time of 10.94 seconds, and Bra...

Puma golf success in regular season continues

Mia Irvin, Sports Editor

September 24, 2015


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The boys golf continuing to improve their game as the season progresses. Junior Mike Finnegan is excited to be back on the course with his teammates. “Right now we’re doing pretty solid, we started off the first tournament and ended up winning.” Finnegan says. “We came back by ten strokes and...

Offseason training name of game for Puma golf

Offseason training name of game for Puma golf

Mia Irvin, Sports Editor

August 27, 2015


Filed under Sports

Girls Golf Last season, girls’ golf acquired mostly new talent. The players were inexperienced, but last season gave them the experience they needed. Head coach of the girls’ team, Brian Bernier is hoping the team’s training in the offseason will transfer to their regular season, and show on ...

Talented Pumas wrap up a record-breaking season

Talented Pumas wrap up a record-breaking season

Ryan Zolin, Staff Reporter

May 19, 2015


Filed under Sports

In what many people considered the most talented team in school history, the baseball team finished a record-breaking 2015 campaign on a sour note. The Pumas (20-8, 13-5) were able to host their first-ever playoff game after winning a school-best 20 regular season games and earning a first round bye...

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