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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

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

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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 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

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October 6th Weekly Athletic Report

Braxton Berry had 27 carries for 117 yards against Boardman but it was his last carry for just 1 yard that was the difference in the football game.  Braxton’s 1 yard touchdown run against Boardman in Overtime gave the Perry Football team their 4th straight win.  The Boys Golf team finished 7th at the Sectional Tournament and Drew Beck qualified individually to the District Tournament.  The Girls Golf team finished 9th at the Sectional Tournament.  The Girls Soccer team rebounded from a loss vs Louisville to tie GlenOak and Central Catholic at 0-0 each.  Girls Tennis picked up a win vs St. Thomas Aquinas.  Girls Volleyball split their games this week picking up wins over Lake and Ashland.  The Boys Cross Country team finished 8th at the Stow Bulldog Invitational and the Girls Cross Country team finished 7th at the Medina Cross Country Festival.

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Boys Cross Country – 8th out of 14 teams at the Stow Bulldog Invitational, Overall Record 61-36
  • Girls Cross Country – 7th out of 23 teams at the Medina Invitational, Overall Record 107-58
  • Football - Boardman W 20-14, Overall Record 4-2, League Record 1-0
  • Boys Golf – 7th out of 14 teams at the Sectional Tournament – Drew Beck Qualified Individually with an 80
  • Girls Golf – Louisville L 196-187, 9th out of 14 teams at the Sectional Tournament, Overall Record 4-11, League Record 0-4
  • Boys Soccer – GlenOak L 0-3, Overall Record 6-9, League Record 1-4
  • Girls Soccer – Louisville L 2-4, GlenOak Tie 0-0, Central Catholic Tie 0-0, Overall Record 6-7-2, League Record 2-2-1
  • Girls Tennis – Canton South L 1-4, Louisville L 0-5, St. Thomas Aquinas W 3-2, Overall Record 3-11, League Record 0-5
  • Girls Volleyball – Central Catholic L 2-3, Lake W 3-0, GlenOak L 0-3, Ashland W 3-1, Overall Record 9-10, League Record 4-5

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September 29th Weekly Athletic Report

The Football team picked up their 3rd win a row with an 18-17 win over Hoover.  Keishaun Sims lead the Panthers with 120 yards rushing including a 65 yard Touchdown.  Braxton Berry added a 4 yard touchdown in the 4th quarter to give the Panthers the lead.  Marcus Britain caught a 3 yard touchdown from Tevion Cleveland in the 1st half.  Leslie Bast scored 4 goals against Massillon as the Girls Soccer team won 8-0.  Girls Tennis picked up a win vs St. Thomas Aquinas 3-2.  The Boys Cross Country team finished 7th at the Stark County Championships.  Johnny Stevenson finished 7th overall (5th in D1) and Cole Morris finished 27th Overall (19th in D1) to medal.  The Girls Cross Country team finished Stark County Runner-up.  The girls had medalists in Sydnee Fenn – 11th overall (3rd in D1), Josey Lacourt – 20th overall (10th in D1), Madelyn Bartolone – 24th overall (13th in D1), Lexi Echelberry – 26th overall (15th in D1), and Autumn Greco – 32nd overall (19th in D1).  Perry Homecoming Queen, Carlie Perretta, won the 6th runner tie break over Hoover to clinch the 2nd place finish for the girls.

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Boys Cross Country – 7th out of 20 teams at the Stark County Championships(5th in D1), Overall Record 55-29
  • Girls Cross Country –2nd out of 17 teams at the Stark County Championships(2nd in D1), Overall Record 91-52
  • Football - Hoover W 18-17, Overall Record 3-2, League Record 1-0
  • Boys Golf  Won a tri-match vs Massillon & McKinley (168-179-216), Finished 5th out of 6 teams at the Federal League Postseason Tournament
  • Girls Golf – Green L 209-164, Lost tri-match to GlenOak & Green (217-169-182), Finished 5th out of 5 teams at the Federal League Postseason Tournament, Overall Record 4-8, League Record 0-4
  • Boys Soccer – Hoover L 1-4, Cuyahoga Falls L 1-5, Overall Record 6-8, League Record 1-3
  • Girls Soccer – Massillon W 8-0, Hoover L 0-1, New Philadelphia L 2-3, Overall Record 6-6, League Record 2-2
  • Girls Tennis – Canton South L 1-4, Louisville L 0-5, St. Thomas Aquinas W 3-2, Overall Record 3-11, League Record 0-5
  • Girls Volleyball – Jackson L 0-3, Hoover L 0-3, Overall Record 7-8, League Record 3-4

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