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Girls Basketball Game Postponed – 2/10/16

Tonight’s (2/10/16) girls basketball game versus Gilmour Academy has been postponed due to the inclement weather in the Cleveland area. The game with Gilmour has been rescheduled for this Saturday, February 13th at Perry High School with the junior varsity game starting at 11:30 AM and the varsity contest beginning at approximately 1:00 PM.  

Senior Night Set for Friday, February 12th

Main Logo POn Friday, February 12th the boys basketball team will hold Senior Night before the 7:00 PM varsity contest versus Green. Five senior basketball players and four senior cheerleaders will be recognized for their accomplishments and contributions to Perry.


February 8th Panther Scoreboard

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Boys Basketball – Coventry L 55-67 (Wyatt Vega – 17 pts, Kyle Blend – 13 pts), Jackson L 47-81 (Wyatt Vega – 12 pts), McKinley L 53-80 (Dominic Pipero – 20 pts), Overall Record 1-17, League Record 0-10
  • Girls Basketball – Lordstown W 85-33 (Karlee Pireu – 18 pts 9 rebs, Tori St. Jean – 15 pts, Jessie Morosko – 14 pts), Kenmore W 64-21 (Karlee Pireu – 15 pts 15 rebs, Kimmie Borck – 14 pts, Overall Record 15-6, League Record 7-5
  • Boys Bowling – Central Catholic W 2,533-2,104 (Matthew Peters had games of 232-226), Lake W 2,717-2,535 (Brandon Boykin had games of 237-209), Overall Record 11-4, League Record 8-3
  • Girls Bowling – Central Catholic W 2,368-1,687 (Madison Altimore had games of 204-206), Lake W 2,487-2,393 (Amanda Lincoln had games of 225-193), Overall Record 15-0, League Record 11-0
  • Boys Swimming & Diving – Hoover L 73-94, Overall Record 5-4, League Record 3-3
  • Girls Swimming & Diving – Hoover L 71.5-100.5, Overall Record 2-7, League Record 0-6
  • Boys Indoor Track – Dom Labriola set a new school record in the weight throw at Mount Union with a throw of 55’6″ breaking the old record of 47’10” set by Doug Mayes in 2012, Cole Morris finished 3rd in the 3200 meter run with a personal-best time of 10:06.95
  • Girls Indoor Track – Bekah Carr and Laila Strickland finished 5th and 7th overall in the 60 meter dash at Mount Union in 8.28 and 8.30 respectively
  • Wrestling – State Dual Tournament: Austintown Fitch W 42-15 and Hudson W 43-24 – Advance to State Dual Final 8, Jackson W 62-9, Overall Record 9-0, League Record 5-0


Wrestling Team Advances to State Dual Finals

WrestlingStateDualQualThe Perry High School wrestling team, under first-year head coach Nate Carr, won the OHSAA Dual Team Tournament regional finals on Wednesday, February 3rd at Perry High School. The Panthers won the regional championship in convincing fashion with a semi-finals win over Austintown-Fitch by a score of 42-15 and followed it up by beating Hudson in the finals 43-24. The victories pave the way for the Panthers to advance to the state finals next Sunday, February 14th, 2016 at St. John Arena on the campus of The Ohio State University.  The team has qualified to the State Dual Finals each of the last 4 years since the tournament started. 

Click here to watch a short video of the wrestling team’s success. Photo Gallery

February 1st Panther Scoreboard

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Boys Basketball – GlenOak L 64-68 (Wyatt Vega had 22 points and Keonte Sims had 19), Stow L 43-46 (Keonte Sims had 16 points and Dominic Pipero had 14), Overall Record 1-14, League Record 0-8
  • Girls Basketball – GlenOak W 35-29 (Karlee Pireu had 10 points), Wooster W 61-32 (Karlee Pireu had 20 points and 14 rebouns and Kimmie Borck had 14 points), Overall Record 13-6, League Record 7-5
  • Boys Bowling – GlenOak W 3,101-2,972 (Brandon Boykin had games of 255-226 and Mikey Maier had games of 224-236), 5th at the Super Bowl Blowout, Overall Record 9-4, League Record 7-3
  • Girls Bowling – GlenOak W 2,670-2,505 (Amanda Lincoln had games of 196-202, Madison Altimore had games of 180-236, and Shyanne Douglas had games of 265-163), 7th at the Super Bowl Blowout, Overall Record 13-0, League Record 10-0
  • Boys Swimming & Diving – McKinley W 102-80
  • Girls Swimming & Diving – McKinley L 87-96
  • Wrestling – State Dual Tournament Matches – Massillon W 45-22 and Jackson W 69-4, Overall Record 6-0, League Record 4-0