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Gymnastics News

Last night, December 14th, the PHS gymnastics team beat Wadsworth with an outstanding score of 133.85. Sophomore, Julie Emmert placed 4th on vault, 3rd on beam, 3rd on floor and 4th in the all-around. Freshman, Rachael Jackson placed 1st on vault, 1st on bars, 4th on beam, 4th on floor, and 3rd in the all-around. Senior, Natalie Kile placed 3rd on vault, 4th on bars, 1st on beam, 2nd on floor, and 2nd in the all-around. Senior, Emily Kile placed 2nd on vault, 2nd on bars, 2nd on beam, placed first on floor scoring a 9.25, and winning the all-around. Also contributing to the team win were Halle Copeland, Jessica Dragomir, Ariel Swogger, Amanda Alden, and Tori Callahan. The next meet is Monday night in Wooster, against Triway.

2010 Wendy’s Heisman Winners

Perry High School is pleased to announce John Vasiliades and Nicole Waers as the 2010 Wendy’s Heisman winners from Perry High School.  This award is based on scholarship, athletics and citizenship.  Please join us in congratulating these two seniors!

PHS First Ever National Circuit Tournament Champion

Congratulations to Perry senior, Caleb Snyder, who was Perry’s first-ever national circuit tournament champion at The Glenbrooks Varsity Speech and Debate Tournament in Chicago, Illinois.  The Perry team was one of 222 teams to compete at this prestigious event on November 19-22.  In addition to Caleb’s first-place title in Humorous Interpretation, the team took fifth place sweepstakes honors overall.  Semi-finalists included:  Allie Francis and Justin Woody (Duo Interpretation), Kanisha West (Dramatic Interpretation), and Quarter-finalists Suzi Shapuite and Kim Rose (Duo Interpretation).  Congratulations Perry Speech & Debate!

Matt Meeks – Coca-Cola Scholarship Semifinalist

Congratulations to Senior, Matthew Meeks. Matt has been named a semifinalist for the 2011 Class of the Coca-Cola Scholars Program. With the 2011 class, the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation will have provided more than 4,700 young scholars nationwide with over $44 million in scholarships.
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