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DIVISION II FOOTBALL STATE RUNNER UP

15193534_1347739208604039_3295124358331026594_nThe Fighting Panthers traveled to Ohio Stadium on December 1st to take on Cincinnati LaSalle in the Division II OHSAA State Finals Football Game.  The Panthers fell to LaSalle 14-7.  Perry led 7-0 at halftime after an early 17-yard interception return for a TD by Dominic Bowman.  Nick Myers gained a team-high 56 yards on 16 carries for the Panthers, while QB Max Baker ran for 50 yards on 11 carries.  This marks the second straight year that the Panthers have made it to the State Championship game.  Congratulations to the team, coaches, marching band and cheerleaders for an outstanding season.

OHSAA State Final Ticket Information Perry vs Cincinnati La Salle

White TransparentPresale tickets for the Perry versus Cincinnati La Salle OHSAA State Final playoff football game on Thursday, December 1st at 7:30 PM at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio (map) will go on sale for $10 on the following dates and times.

Monday, November 28th (7:30 AM – 5:00 PM)
Tuesday, November 29th (7:30 AM – 5:00 PM)
Wednesday, November 30th (7:30 AM – 6:00 PM)
*Tickets for PHS students will be sold in the cafeteria on Tuesday (11/29) and Wednesday (11/30) beginning at 7:00 AM.

All tickets are general admission lower bowl tickets closest to the field and are $12 at the gate. Ticketmaster is selling second level club seats for $15 each. Passes will not be accepted as this is an OHSAA Tournament event. Thank you for your support of Perry Athletics.

Candle Tours will be providing chartered bus services to the game on Thursday. Those who are interested may purchase a $20 ticket at the athletic office up until Wednesday6:00 PM. Buses will load at 3:30 PM and depart at 3:45 PM from door #4 at PHS.

Click here for information on the community pep rally to be held at 6:00 PM on Wednesday, November 30th in the main gym at PHS. 

 

School Schedule Changes Due to State Championship Game

This Thursday (Dec. 1) evening our Perry football team is going back to Columbus to compete for a Division II State Championship. This exciting time presents some challenges as we look to accommodate the interest in supporting our young men, band, cheerleaders and the Perry community. With the game being held on a Thursday night there are additional logistics that make it difficult for everyone traveling. Ensuring everyone’s safety as they head back and forth to Columbus is of the utmost importance. Ultimately, it was decided that Perry Local Schools will be having a 2-hour early release on Thursday, December 1st and Perry Local Schools will not be in session on Friday, December 2nd. It is our hope this allows families to plan accordingly and assists in keeping everyone safe in their travels. Congratulations to all those associated with Perry football and to our community. Enjoy this moment again and let’s not take anything for granted. What an awesome reminder of the many great things happening in Perry Local Schools.  Go Panthers!

Superintendent Beatty