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Celebrate the Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2015

HoFDinnerPlease join us on Saturday, January 10th, 2015 at the McKinley Eagles for the inductions of the Class of 2015 into the Perry Athletic Hall of Fame.  The doors will be open at 5:30pm and dinner will be served at 6:00pm.  The program will then start at 7:00pm.  The cost is $35 per ticket.

Class of 2015 Inductess

  • Bob DiAntonio
  • Travis Kovach
  • Doug Lantz
  • Jeff Lessig
  • Jim Luke
  • Steve Luke
  • Lauren (Mulbach) Cline
  • Ron Sense
  • Zach Slates
  • Shelly (Smart) Hinkle
  • Also Honoring the 1969 Football Team

Click here for a ticket order form

December 15th Weekly Athletic Report

The Boys and Girls Bowling teams both defeated Jackson and then finished 3rd and 2nd respectively at the Jackson Twilight Tournament.  Bryan Hunt was the 2nd Individual at the Jackson Twilight Tournament for the boys losing out on 1st by a tiebreaker.  Travis Massie scored 21 points for the Boys Basketball team in the loss at Jackson.  Karlee Pireu had a big scoring week for the Girls Basketball team as she had 17 points against West Branch (L 63-70) and a career-high 28 points in the loss at Jackson.  The Girls Swimming & Diving team picked up a pair of wins over Warren Harding and Canfield.  Against Canfield, the meet came down to the last event with the 400 freestyle relay team of Rachel Brown, Katie Zuniga, Kasie Perretta, and Carlie Perretta winning the event to clinch the meet.  The Wrestling team finished 12th out of 86 teams at the #1 ranked in the country Ironman Tournament at Walsh Jesuit.  Jose Rodriguez and Jake Newhouse each placed at 5th and 8th respectively.  The Varsity Gold Wrestling team finished 3rd at the Marlington Duals.

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Boys Basketball  Jackson L 46-66, Overall Record 0-2, League Record 0-1
  • Girls Basketball – West Branch L 63-70, Jackson L 53-62, Overall Record 0-4, League Record 0-2
  • Boys Bowling – Jackson W 2728-2664, 3rd at the Jackson Twilight Tournament, Overall Record 1-3, League Record 1-3
  • Girls Bowling – Jackson W 2317-2159, 2nd at the Jackson Twilight Tournament, Overall Record 4-0, League Record 4-0
  • Boys Swimming/Diving  Warren Harding L 76-100, Canfield L 64-112, Overall Record 0-3, League Record 0-1
  • Girls Swimming/Diving  Warren Harding W 117-58, Canfield W 91-88, Overall Record 2-2, League Record 0-1
  • Gold Wrestling  Finished 3rd out of 9 teams at 6-3 at the Marlington Duals, Overall Record 6-3
  • Varsity Wrestling  Finished 12th place out of 86 teams at the #1 ranked Ironman Tournament – Jose Rodriguez placed 5th and Jake Newhouse placed 8th


December 8th Weekly Athletic Report

The Girls Bowling team picked up a pair of league wins against GlenOak and Lake this week. The JV team also won both matches.  The Boys Bowling team came up short in both. The Girls Basketball team lost their league opener to McKinley 41-56.  Karlee Pireu lead the girls with 20 points and 12 rebounds.  The Boys Basketball team opened up their season with a 45-55 loss to Perrysburg and were lead by Wyatt Vega’s 15 points.  The Swim teams opened up their seasons this past week with a busy end of the week having 3 meets in 3 days.  Evan Lucas and Carlie Perretta won individual events against Jackson and 24 lifetime bests were set against Green on Saturday.  The Varsity Gold Wrestling team won the HIT tournament.  Gary Define, Zach Blackiston, and Pedro Baleon were all individual champions of the tournament.

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Boys Basketball – Perrysburg L 45-55, Overall Record 0-1, League Record 0-0
  • Girls Basketball – McKinley L 41-56, Overall Record 0-2, League Record 0-1
  • Boys Bowling – GlenOak L 2415-2441, Lake L 2421-2528, Overall Record 0-3, League Record 0-3
  • Girls Bowling – GlenOak W 2453-2220, Lake W 2344-2129, Overall Record 3-0, League Record 3-0
  • Boys Swimming/Diving  6th out of 8 teams at McKinley Relays, Jackson L 64-116, Green L 50-130, Overall Record 0-2, League Record 0-1
  • Girls Swimming/Diving  7th out of 8 teams at McKinley Relays, Jackson L 65-110, Green L 71-114, Overall Record 0-2, League Record 0-1
  • Gold Wrestling – 1st Place at the HIT Tournament (3 champions, 18 total placers)


December 1st Weekly Athletic Report

The winter sports seasons started this past week.  The Girls Basketball team lost to Akron Hoban at the Malone Classic 48-50.  The Girls Bowling team picked up a win over McKinley in league action while the Boys Bowling team came up just short.  Both JV Bowling teams won vs McKinley.   In Fall sports news, Senior Baxton Berry made 1st Team All-Ohio Division 1 at running back.

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Girls Basketball – Akron Hoban L 48-50, Overall Record 0-1, League Record 0-0
  • Boys Bowling – McKinley L 2430-2435, Overall Record 0-1, League Record 0-1
  • Girls Bowling – McKinley W 2258-1831, Overall Record 1-0, League Record 1-0


Midnight Madness Set for November 14th

Screen Shot 2014-11-07 at 2.33.59 PMThe First Annual Midnight Madness, is set to kick off the 2014-2015 Basketball Season on Friday, November 14, 2014 in the main gym of PHS.  Doors Open at 7:30 PM.  Canned Food Donations are being accepted for Perry Helping Perry.  Please join us at Perry High School for this community event as Perry’s Varsity Coach, Mark Randulic, unveils his Boys’ Basketball Teams (7th–Varsity).  Youth League Teams will be introduced, games, contests, raffles, trivia, prizes, concessions, and more.  There is a chance to win – Honorary Ball Boy/Girl and Team Captain (Must be present to win all prizes).  Click here to download the flyer.

Football Team Makes Playoffs

The Football team lost to GlenOak 20-30 Friday night to finish their regular season at 6-4 along with 3-2 in the Federal League.  Their record was good enough to make the playoffs as the #16 seed.  They will play at #1 Hudson on Saturday night at 7:00pm.  This is the first year the Panthers have made the playoffs since 2006 and comes just a year after the team finished 0-10.  Congratulations to the team and be sure to make the trip to Hudson to support them.