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Softball wraps up another successful season

Softball wraps up another successful season

Rayni Elliott, Staff Writer

May 23, 2013

The 2012-2013 season was a strong, successful one for the Lady Puma softball team. Ending the season with 25 wins and only 8 losses, they did incredibly well compared to previous seasons.   "We had a great overall effort this season winning 25 games," head coach Kevin Chapin stated. "There...

Perry’s Best

Perry’s Best

Gabi Albin, Mitchell Albrecht, Kwaku Asare, Paige Coakley, Ryan Coleman, Marisa Costagliola, Rayni Elliott, Travis Klein, Gavin Maxwell and Sydney Redman, Sports Writers

May 23, 2013

Our sports writers have collaborated to select the best players from each sport on campus. While no team sport is won or lost based on any individual, “Perry’s Best” highlight student-athletes who were not only great at their sport, but also on campus and in the classroom. JUSTIN DAWSON Swim Senior...

College social life

Brianna Braunstein, Staff writer

May 22, 2013

With clubs, parties, sororities and fraternities, social life can be a very important, although overwhelming, part of college for many students. One of the most sociable parts of college is the Greek system. Joining a Sorority or Fraternity can escalate a student’s social position immensely. These houses have w...

New Coaches Spark Excitement Around Perry Campus

Ryan Coleman, Staff Writer

April 22, 2013

The departure of three coaches will be replaced with new ,fresh faces. The girls’ volleyball coach will be replaced by winning coach Fred Mann, the girls’ basketball coach is getting closer to attaining Peter Salazar, and boys’ soccer is in the process of getting a coach. Fred Mann coached a...

Prominent coaches leaving posts

Prominent coaches leaving posts

Roger Bennett and Ryan Coleman

March 7, 2013

Three varsity head coaches have told administration that they will not be returning to coach in the 2013-14 school year. Two of the coaches - girls’ basketball coach, Richard Trujillo, and boys’ soccer coach, Jim Vanney - have been at their respective positions since the school opened in 2007. Shasta...

Our Take: Table Intensity

Brooke Karakey, Editor in Chief

February 11, 2013

Flying under the radar is a sport like no other; so fast your eyes can barely see the round white ball, so agile that years of training are required to acquire the precision to compete, and yet, so unacknowledged because of its reputation as a ‘recreational’ child’s game. Table Tennis (more...

Extra curricular breakdown

Michael Wolfe, Social Media Editor

February 2, 2012

More than 50% of the students on campus are involved in an extracurricular activity, whether it is a club or a sport. But how does that affect their performance in school? “The better structure and support a student gets at home, the more it will help the student,” said math teacher Misty Falkner. Ac...

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