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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.

Spaghetti Dinner to Benefit Joe Tayse – Friday, November 7th


Joe Tayse with his son JoJo, who was a 2-Time State Champion Wrestler at Perry

1985 Perry Graduate Joe Tayse is battling Hodgkins’s lymphoma.  There will be a spaghetti dinner to benefit Joe and his family on Friday, November 7th from 4:30-7:30pm at Richville Community Park.  The Cost is $10.00.  Joe has had an impact on a number of Perry students since his graduation having coached youth, middle school, and varsity levels in a variety of sports including football, wrestling, and track & field.

October 27th Weekly Athletic Report

The Football team had a thrilling 36-35 victory against Jackson Friday Night.  Braxton Berry scored 4 touchdowns and had 125 yards rushing.  Tevion Cleveland ran for the first touchdown of the game but the biggest play came when the Panthers were down 35-34 after a Perry touchdown and Tevion completed a pass to Marcus Brittain for the 2 point conversin that gave them the lead.  The team will play GlenOak for the Federal League Championship this Friday.  The Girls Cross Country team finished 7th overall at the Regional Championship and were lead by Josie Lacourt’s 18th place finish.  Johnny Stevenson represented the Boys Cross Country team at the Regional Championship individually and finished 75th.  The Girls Volleyball team’s season came to a close with a tournament loss to Jackson.  Taylor Houvig lead the team with 5 points on serves while Brittany Miner had 12 digs and Anna Oprisch had 2 blocks.

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Boys Cross Country – Johnny Stevenson finished 75th at the Regional Championship, Overall Record 68-47, League Record 1-4
  • Girls Cross Country –7 out of 16 teams at the Regional Championship, Overall Record 129-66, League Record 4-1
  • Football – Jackson W 36-35,  Overall Record 6-3, League Record 3-1
  • Girls Volleyball – Tournament Match: Jackson L 3-0, Overall Record 12-13, League Record 5-5

October 20th Weekly Athletic Report

The Football team picked up a big come from behind league win against McKinley on Friday 24-21.  Braxton Berry scored the deciding touchdown in the 4th quarter and had 200 yards rushing.  Keishaun Sims also rushed for 126 yards and had 2 touchdowns.  The Girls Volleyball team picked up a pair of Sectional Tournament wins over New Philadelphia and Hoover.  Taylor Houvig was the top server against New Philadelphia and Anna Oprisch against Hoover.  Brittany Miner in both matches along with Torrie Romigh against New Philadelphia and Taylor Houvig against Hoover.  The Girls Cross Country team finished 2nd at the District Championship and qualified to the Regional Championship as a team.  Madelyn Bartolone, Josey Lacourt, Sydnee Fenn, and Lexi Echelberry all were individual qualifiers as well.  The Boys Cross Country team finished 8th overall.  Johnny Stevenson qualified to the Regional Championship individually.  Boys Soccer lost a tough double overtime tournament game against Boardman.  Steven Galica and Ben Zuniga scored the goals for the team.  Ben’s goal came with 6:00 left in the game to tie and force the overtime periods.  In Girls Tennis news, Kasey Pukys was named 2nd Team All-Federal League singles while Kirsten Dedmon and Alivia Francis were Honorable Mention doubles.

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Boys Cross Country – 8th out of 14 teams at the District Championship, Overall Record 68-47, League Record 1-4
  • Girls Cross Country – 2nd out of 11 teams at the District Championship, Overall Record 120-60, League Record 4-1
  • Football – McKinley W 24-21,  Overall Record 5-3, League Record 2-1
  • Boys Soccer – Tournament Game: Boardman L 2-3 in Double Overtime, Overall Record 7-10, League Record 1-4
  • Girls Soccer – Tournament Game: Lake L 0-4, Overall Record 7-8-2, League Record 2-2-1
  • Girls Volleyball – Tournament Matches: New Philadelphia W 3-0, Hoover W 3-0, Overall Record 12-11, League Record 5-5


October 13th Weekly Athletic Report

The Girls Cross Country team finished 2nd overall at the Federal League Meet.  Sydnee Fenn and Josey Lacourt finished 3rd and 4th overall to earn 1st Team All-Federal League honors.  Madelyn Bartolone, Hope Price, and Carlie Perretta earned 2nd Team All-Federal League.  Lexi Echelberry and Autumn Greco earned Honoralbe Mention.  The Boys Cross Country team finished 5th.  Johnny Stevenson and Cole Morris earned 2nd Team All-Federal League and Alex Ryan earned Honorable Mention.  The Girls Soccer team won 3-0 against Northwest lead by Leslie Bast’s pair of goals.  The girls host Lake in the first round of the tournament October 13th at home.  The Boys Soccer team picked up a win over Wooster 1-0 with the goal coming from Jacob Balizet.  The boys travel to Boardman October 15th for their first round tournament game.  Girls Volleyball picked up a close victory over McKinley.  The Football team’s 4 game winning streak came to an end with a 14-28 loss to Lake.  Braxton Berry scored both Perry touchdowns.

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Boys Cross Country – 5th out of 6 teams at the Federal League Meet, Overall Record 62-40, League Record 1-4
  • Girls Cross Country – 2nd out of 6 teams at the Federal League Meet, Overall Record 111-59, League Record 4-1
  • Football - Lake L 14-28, Overall Record 4-3, League Record 1-1
  • Boys Soccer – Wooster W 1-0, Overall Record 7-9, League Record 1-4
  • Girls Soccer – Northwest W 3-0, Overall Record 7-7-2, League Record 2-2-1
  • Girls Volleyball – McKinley W 3-2, Northwest L 0-2, Overall Record 10-11, League Record 5-5