The Precedent

Freshman has huge impact on varsity girls v-ball

Freshman has huge impact on varsity girls v-ball

Rebecca Hoffmann, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2014

Making a varsity team in high school is considered a great accomplishment for athletes, let alone making the varsity team as a freshman. This year, three freshmen have successfully become a part of the girl’s varsity volleyball team; these girls have shown the necessary skills to be a part of this...

Our Take

Devlin Clark, Staff Reporter

September 23, 2014

Why does football get more attention than any other sport on campus? They have a homecoming game, a spirit week, and a massive following from the student body. Wrestling, soccer, and basketball do not get a dance for any of their specific games, nor does baseball, volleyball, or track in the spring....

A great start to a new volleyball season

A great start to a new volleyball season

Rebecca Hoffmann, Staff Reporter

September 5, 2014

The varsity girls volleyball team started this 2014 season out great with their first win of the year against Higley High School, Tuesday September 2. They defeated Higley in 3 games. Concerning the win, Girls Volleyball coach Fred Mann said “I felt like we had a really good first game.” However,...

Perry’s Best: Volleyball

Perry’s Best: Volleyball

Kevin Chadwick, Writer

May 20, 2014

Jalen Cross started volleyball as a freshman and had a lot to work on through his years in volleyball. He started with many of the other top state players such as Alex Berghorst and Mitch Harris and trained by Brian Pomerantz. Cross pushed himself to become a top player in state- 2nd in blocks, 5th for...

Season brought to a halt by Mesa High

Season brought to a halt by Mesa High

Kevin Chadwick, Writer

May 20, 2014

Volleyball has continually made playoffs over the years and did it again this year going to quarter finals. With a team of unproven players (the Pumas lost eight players last year to graduation), Perry’s 2014 season was one that fans will remember for a long time. With nine new players on the team,...

Volleyball moves on to third game against Mesa High in state playoffs

Kevin Chadwick, Writer

May 13, 2014

Playing the first game of playoffs Perry defeated McClintock 3-0 in sets at Sahuaro High. The first set was only won by four points but the next two sets Perry won by 15 points to only better their record to 37-7. Jalen Cross with kills, Wyatt Veach with blocks, and Michael Hoffman with digs all made...

V-ball’s improvment, intensity, has club prepared for state tournament

Kevin Chadwick, Writer

April 29, 2014

Scoring the last point of the game has been somewhat of a custom for the 2014 boys’ volleyball team. At the conclusion of each match, all thirteen athletes group together to celebrate their victory that brought them to a promising start to the season. As of press time, the Pumas have won matches ov...

Volleyball players look to play in State

Kevin Chadwick, Writer

March 7, 2014

The new Varsity and JV volleyball teams, filled with returning players and new players for 2014, look to be the first team to win a state championship for the school. Varsity has its outlook on defeating the defending state champions Highland or other schools that may rise to the challenge such as; Mes...

PHS Pumas Volleyball Preview

PHS Pumas Volleyball Preview

Kevin Chadwick, Writer

February 11, 2014

Set up the nets for the 2014 Boys volleyball team starting in February. The schedule for the boys team consists of equally good teams, both skill and talent wise. Coach Brian Pomerantz looks toward a successful season, hopefully ending with a championship game. “I think our senior team is ready for ...

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