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Baseball Team Makes State Final 4, 5 Track Athletes Qualify to State

The Varsity Baseball Team not only won their first ever district championship recently, they topped it with wins over Hudson and Chardon for their first ever regional championship to advance to the State Final 4 at Huntington Park in Columbus.  Jake Flounders pitched a complete game vs Hudson winning 2-1 and Gary Lawrence struck out 15 batters and pitched a complete game in the 5-2 Chardon win.  Also winning a district championship was the girls track team which was their first since 1998.  At the regional championship Hannah Luke qualified to the State Championship in 3 events by finishing 3rd in the 100m dash, 200m dash, and anchored the 4×200 relay team with Faith “Charliee” Strickland, Hailey Floom, and Mikayla Dearing to 3rd place.  Doug Mayes qualified to State in the shot put by finishing 4th at regionals.

For more info be sure to check out the team specific sites at perrybaseball.com and perrylocal.org/track

Varsity Athletic Results

  • Baseball – Ashland W 5-4, Jackson W 5-3, Hoover W 6-5, Lake L 5-6, Lake W 1-0, Fairless W 3-2, Hudson W 2-1, Chardon W 5-2, Overall Record 21-10, League Record 8-4
  • Boys Track – 4th place at the District Championship, Doug Mayes State Qualifier in Shot Put, Regional Qualifiers – Aaron Dunn, David Kamerer, Matt Thiessen, Matt Mizer, Tyler Weisburn, Doug Mayes, JoJo Tayse, and Andrew Vincent , Overall Record 3-3, League Record 3-3
  • Girls Track – District Champions, State Qualifiers – Hannah Luke 100m, 200m 4x200m relay with Charliee Strickland, Hailey Floom, and Mikayla Dearing, Regional Qualifiers – Hannah Luke, Charliee Strickland, Hailey Floom, Mikayla Dearing, Jackie Genetin, Danielle Fisher, Marissa Knop, Overall Record 4-2, League Record 4-2

Baccalaureate, Thursday May 17th @ 7:30pm

Baccalaureate for graduating seniors and their family will be Thursday, May 17th at 7:30pm at Reedurban Presbyterian Church located at 12th and Perry.  Pastor Keith Brown of New Way UMC and a Class of ’88 Perry Alumnus will be speaking at the ceremony.  This ceremony is created and led by the student council.