WELCOME TO PERRY ATHLETICS!_________________________________________________________________________________________Congrats to All-Girl Stunt and Show Cheer on their 2019-20 Team State Championship!!!Congrats to Badminton on their 2019 Team State Championship!!!Congrats to 2019 Badminton Doubles State Champions Nikhita Jayaraj and Ashley Rodarte!!!Congrats to 2019 Badminton Doubles State Runners Up Megan Dye and Sophie Jex!!!Congrats to 2019 Dive State Champion Alexia Jackson!!!Congrats to 2019 100 Free and 100 Backstroke Swim State Runner Up Kalli Fama!!!Congrats to 2019 Girls Volleyball State Runners Up!!!_____________________________________________________Upcoming Events2020-2021(Pending CUSD and State Approval)Mon. 7/13 - Perry Athletics will resume summertime activities for High School Sports on July 13th pending CUSD Approval. CUSD Athletics has created a guidance for Opening High School Athletics and Activities that encompasses COVID-19 Education, Cleaning, and Gathering Protocols, Return to Physical Activity, CUSD Stages to Return to Activity, and much more. Perry’s head coaches will be communicating this guide, as well as their team-specific opening plans, to athletes via virtual meetings and/or direct phone calls. ATHLETES MUST ATTEND A MEETING OR SPEAK WITH THE COACH PRIOR TO ATTENDING ANY PRACTICE. Additionally, all athletes will need to fill out the CUSD participation 2020 Waiver, Release, and Assumption of Risk Form. Anyone new to Perry Athletics, including incoming freshman, will also need to fill out and bring the CUSD Summer Waiver to the first practice. Perry Athletics is excited to welcome back our student-athletes to our schools in a safe and organized manner. We look forward to seeing you soon!CUSD Athletic/Activity Participation 2020 Waiver, Release, and Assumption of Risk Form (Must be completed by all athletes and brought to the first practice.)Summer Program Activity Waiver (Must be completed by all athletes new to Perry HS, including incoming freshman, and brought to the first practice. Not needed for Football. It is included in your camp registration.)_________________________________________________Mon. 8/17 - Official Start of Fall Sports (Badminton, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Pom/Cheer, Swim/Dive, Freshman Tennis, Girls Volleyball)Mon. 11/2 - Official Start of Winter Sports (Basketball, Soccer, Wrestling)Mon. 2/8 - Official Start of Spring Sports (Baseball, Softball, Tennis, Track and Field, Beach Volleyball, Boys Volleyball)2020-2021 ATHLETIC CLEARANCE - NOW ONLINEAthletic Clearance Packets are now online for the 2020-21 season. All forms must be completed and submitted online through Register My Athlete.1. You will need to sign up or log in to REGISTER MY ATHLETE (Be sure to use Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari). Fall sports including Badminton, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Pom/Cheer, Swim/Dive, Freshman Tennis, Girls Volleyball will open on July 1, 2020. Approvals will begin on July 15, 2020. Winter Sports will open September 21, 2020. Spring Sports will open January 4, 20212. AIA Annual Pre-Participation Physical Examination Form(1 page doctor form - must be completed after March 1, 2020). Note - If you are using Telemed, you still must get a doctor's actual signature or an electronic signature and doctor's office stamp. Electronic signatures only will not be accepted.3. AIA Annual Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation Form (3 page parent and doctor form - must be completed after March 1, 2020). Note - If you are using Telemed, you still must get a doctor's actual signature or an electronic signature and doctor's office stamp. Electronic signatures only will not be accepted.6. Brainbook Completion Certificate (only needed once during your high school career)7. All athletes must have medical insurance. If you do not have personal insurance, you can purchase K & K School Accident Insurance. Please click here for more information.8. Non-cut sports (Cross Country, Football, Wrestling, Track, and Unified Sports) must download their Activity Fee Payment receipt to Register My Athlete. This can be paid at the Bookstore or through Infinite Campus. You can also designate this as part of your Arizona Tax Credit to Public Schools.
TAX CREDIT USAGE FEEIn order for our sports to use tax credit donations, the state requires each team to collect a tax credit usage fee. The fees at Perry HS range between $20 and $60. The fees can be paid through an online tax credit donation or by paying by check or cash at our bookstore.Click for Tax Credit Usage Fee Per Sport 2019-2020PERRY CAMPS AND CLINICSPerry Summer Football Camp
Ages: Incoming 9th Graders - 12th GradeDates: July 20 - 25Varsity Time: 6:00-8:00 AM and 5:00-8:00PMJV-Freshman Time: 6:00-8:00 AM and 7:00-8:00 PMLocation: Perry HS Pit FieldCost: $125Questions: Contact Coach Preston Jones at Jones.Preston@cusd80.comATHLETIC ADMISSION PRICESPlease click here for the 19-20 family athletic pass order form. This needs to be returned to the bookstore.PERRY HIGH ATHLETICS IS ON TWITTERFor the latest information on Perry athletics follow us @perry_pumas______________________________________________________________________________________CHECK OUT OUR LIVE STREAM AND REPLAY EVENTSOn YouTube - Search for PerryLive3652019-20 Fall Sports Season Re-Cap
Badminton – 14-0 regular season, 1st team in state power rankings, Highland Flying Feathers and Chaparral Firebird Invitational Champions, State Champions, BYE in the 1st Round of the State Playoffs, defeated Chandler in the Quarterfinals, defeated Mountain Ridge in the Semi Finals, defeated Hamilton in the Finals. Doubles team of Nikhita Jayaraj/Ashley Rodarte were State Champions and named AIA Section Doubles Players of the Year and All-Premier Region 1st Team Doubles. Doubles team of Megan Dye/Sophie Jex were the State Runners Up and were named All-Premier Region 2nd Team Doubles. Sue Kwon made it to the Singles State Quarterfinals and was named All-Premier Region 1st Team Singles. Kate Macpherson was named All-Premier Region 2nd Team Singles. Mackenzie Holian and Emma Braeutigam were named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention. Ashley Rodarte is on the AZ Central All-Arizona Team and is nominated for Badminton Player of the Year. Lerina Johnson was named AIA Coach of the Year.
Boys Cross Country - City Meet Runner Up, Sectional Meet Runner Up, 8th team at State. James Cardon was 35th at State and was named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Joey Bosi was 39th, Jacob Stabler was 62nd, Matthew Camp was 75th, and all were named All-Premier Region 2nd Team. Austin Hutchings was 89th, Sam Andersen was 97th, and both were named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention. Sean Flynn was 115th.
Girls Cross Country - City Meet Champion, Sectional Meet Runner Up, 5th team at State. Stampede Invite Champions. Taylor Lovell placed 3rd at State for All-State 1st Team, was named All-Premier Region Runner of the Year, is on the AZ Central All-Arizona Team and is nominated for Runner of the Year. Kylie Miller placed 15th at State for All-State 3rd Team, was named All-Premier Region 1st Team, and was the City Meet Champion. Sydney Stevens placed 43rd, Kennedy Nolde was 45th, and both were named All-Premier Region 2nd Team. Kate Miller was 51st, Rylee Engelken was 59th and both were named All-Premier Region Honoable Mention. Parker Yazzie-Umberger placed 122nd. Bryan Idleman was named All-CUSD Coach of the Year and All-Premier Region Coach of the Year.
Football – 6-4 regular season, 3rd team in 6A state power rankings. Defeated Mountain Ridge in the 1st Round of the State Playoffs, lost to Desert Vista in the Quarterfinals. Chubba Purdy (QB) was named AIA All-6A Conference 1st Team, All-Premier Region 1st Team, earned an Ed Doherty Medallion, was named AZ Cardinals Player of the Week and Offensive Player of the Year, is on the AZ Central All-Arizona Team and is nominated for Player of the Year, was named to the Max Preps All-Arizona Team, and earned the National Football Foundation Valley of the Sun Chapter Danny White Quarterback Award. Andrei Mayberry (LB) was named All-Premier Region 2nd Team, was named to the Max Preps All-Arizona Team and was named to the National Football Foundation Elite Academic Team. Jorden Young (WR), Broc Lane (Utility), and Jackson Ford (LB) were AIA All-6A Conference 2nd Team and All-Premier Region 1st Team. Hunter Scott (O-Line), Steven Kennedy (D-Line), and Travis Drosos (Snapper) were named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Cade Berger (WR), Hezekiah Lockhart (O-Line), Andrew Mason (O-Line), Jakius Mayberry (D-Line), Ryan Short (D-Line) were named All-Premier Region 2nd Team. Kobe Rome was given the National Football Foundation Award of Distinction.
Boys Golf – 7th place at State. Tyler Macpherson was the highest finisher for Perry at State at 26th place and was named All-Premier Region 2nd Team. T.J. Sifferman was 36th and was named All-Premier Region 2nd Team. Chaz Castillo-Wilson was 53rd, Cade Kilanowski was 56th, and both were named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention. Jonny Lackey and Jack Hougton also competed at State.
Girls Golf – 10th place at State. CUSD Invite Runner Up. Malia Uyeshiro were the highest finishers for Perry at State at 10th Place and was named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Malerie Nyberg was 47th. Caitlin Chamalbide was 49th and was named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention. MaCayela Hanks was 59th. Alyssa Armstron was 68th. Kylie Rehberger was named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention.
Boys Swim/Dive – 12th place at State. Evan Nail was 6th in the 200 IM and 10th in the 500 Free, and named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention. Jax Juarros was 8th in Dive. Justin Tassinari was 13th in the 100 Butterfly, 22nd in the 200 Free, and named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention. Beri Yang was 11th in the 100 Breaststroke and 15th in the 100 Free. Gerardo Rios was 15th in Dive. Michael Loughboro was 19th in Backstroke and 21st in the 200 IM. Michael Johnson was 20th in the 100 Free. Jake Willis was 28th in the 200 Free and 32nd in the 100 Butterfly. The 200 Medley relay of Johnson, Nail, Tassinari and Yang was 9th. The 400 Free Relay of Johnson, Nail, Tassinari and Yang was 10th. The 200 Free Relay of Mason Begay, Logan Burke, Loughboro and Jake Willis was 20th.
Girls Swim/Dive – 6th place at State. Alexia Jackson was State Champion in Dive and named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Kalli Fama was State Runner Up in the 100 Free and 100 Back, 4th in the 100 Free and 7th in the 100 Back at the Meet of Champions, and was named All-Premier Region 1st Team for the 100 Back and 2nd Team for the 100 Free. Brooklyn Larson was 4th in Dive and named All-Premier Region 2nd Team. Amayah Wiley was 7th in Dive. Chloe Convis was 14th in the 200 IM, 18th in the 100 Breaststroke, and named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention. Debra Abbott was 15th in the 100 Back, 20th in the 200 IM, and named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention. Isabella Schaller was 17th in the 200 Free and 29th in the 500 Free. McKenzie Wagner was 18th in Dive. Ashley Graziani was 30th in the 500 Free. The 200 Medley relay of Abbott, Convis, Fama and Schaller was 6th. The 400 Free Relay of Abbott, Convis, Fama and Schaller was 6th and was 5th in the Meet of Champions. Keddi Murrish was named AIA Dive Coach of the Year.
Girls Volleyball - 15-2 regular season record. 1st team in state power rankings. Westwood TOC and Chaparral Birdcage Champions. State Runner Up. Defeated Queen Creek in the 1st Round of the State Playoffs, defeated Desert Vista in the Quarterfinals, defeated Highland in the Semi Finals, lost to Basha in the Finals. Tatum Stall (Hitter) was named AIA All-6A Conference 1st Team, All-Premier Region 1st Team, was nominated for Arizona Gatorade Player of the Year, was nominated for AZ Central Volleyball Player of the Year, and named to the AZ Central All-Arizona Team. Jenna Heller (Setter) was named AIA All-6A Conference 2nd Team and All-Premier Region 1st Team. Makayla Long (Hitter) and Sian Richardson (Hitter) were named All-Premier Region 2nd Team. Ella Rud and Jordan Suan were named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention.
2019-20 Winter Sports Season Re-Cap
Boys Basketball - 9-9 regular season, 12th team in state power rankings. Defeated Queen Creek in the Conference Play-In. Defeated Brophy in State Round 1. Lost to Skyline in the State Quarterfinals. Duke Brennan was named 6A All-Conference 1st Team and All-Premier Region Player of the Year. Dylan Anderson and Christian Tucker were named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention.Girls Basketball – 15-3 regular season, 4th team in state power rankings. Defeated Boulder Creek in State Round 1. Defeated O'Connor in the State Quarterfinals. Lost to Valley Vista in the State Semi Finals. Inagural Girls Hoophall West Champions. Madison Conner was named 6A All-Conference 1st Team, was All-Premier Region Player of the Year, was nominated for AZ Central Basketball Player of the Year, and named to the AZ Central All-Arizona Team. Shayla O'Neil was named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Tatyanna Clayburne and Jayden James were named All-Premier Region 2nd Team. Gabrielle Schwartz and Nicole Smith were named All-Premier Region Region Honorable Mention.Boys Soccer - 6-5-1 regular season, 15th team in state power rankings. Lost to Mesa in the State Play-in. Coyote Classic Champions. Wyatt Deutsch (Defense) was named 6A All-Conference 1st Team and All-Premier Region 1st Team. Hayden Jaramillo (Midfield) was named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Kyle Brereton (Forward), Keith Pichardo (Defense) and Cole Wood (Midfield) were named All-Premier Region 2nd Team. Titus Charles and Sean Flynn were named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention.Girls Soccer - 11-0-1 regular season, 2nd team in state power rankings. Defeated Corona in State Round 1. Lost to Hamilton in the State Quarterfinals. Brenna Alderson (Forward) and Joelle Lujan (Midfield) were named 6A All-Conference 1st Team and All-Premier Region 1st Team. Mikella Reed (Forward) was named 6A Conference 2nd Team, All-Premier Region 1st Team, and named to the AZ Central All-Arizona Team. Jazmyn Brass (Goalie) was named All-Premier Region 1st Team and named to the AZ Central All-Arizona Team. Kayla Campbell (Defense) was named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Aubrey Flores (Midfield), Brenna Rodriquez (Forward) and Kassandra Vigil (Defense) were named All-Premier Region 2nd Team. Kendall McIntyre and Hoku Schwenke were named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention.Wrestling – 6th at the State Tournament. Sectional Champions. Daniel Mendoza (106lb - Sectional Runner Up), Vincente Aparicio (113lb), Tyler Rovnak (120lb), Ernesto Aparicio(126lb), Jacob Gastley (145lb - Sectional Runner Up), Jacob Kimling (152lb - Sectional Champion), Caleb Milnes (160lb - Sectional Champion), Ikaika Maldonado (170lb - Sectional Champion), Cooper Call (182lb), Hayden Burley(195lb - Sectional Runner Up), Jacob Hanson (220lb) and Alex Edjourian (285lb - Sectional Runner Up), and Mariah Gramza (225lb-Girls Sectional Champion) qualified for the State Tournament. Ikaika Maldonado was the State Runner Up and was named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Alex Edjourian took 3rd place at State and was named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Caleb Milnes took 4th place at State and was named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Jacob Kimling took 6th place at State and was named All-Premier Region 1st Team. Daniel Mendoza, Tyler Rovnak, Ernesto Aparicio, Jacob Gastley, Cooper Call, and Hayden Burley were named All-Premier Region 2nd Team for their weight classes. Vicente Aparicio and Jacob Hanson were named All-Premier Region Honorable Mention. Coach Alex Pavlenko was named All-Premier Region Coach of the Year.Spiritline - Show Cheer AIA State Champion and 4th at USA Nationals. All Girls Stunt AIA State Champion. Pom 4th at AIA State and 4th at USA Nationals. Ashdynn Marr is named a finalist for the AIA Scholar Athlete-Activity Award.
2019-20 Spring Sports Season Re-CapBaseball - 3-4-1 prior to season endingSoftball - 7-7 prior to season endingBoys Tennis - 4-0 prior to the season ending, East Valley Tournament ChampionsGirls Tennis - 4-0 prior to the season ending, East Valley Tournament Runners UpBoys Track - 5th place at Montague Classic. Alex Edjourian (Shot Put) and Kobe Rome (Triple Jump) had auto qualified for the State Meet prior to the season ending.Girls Track - Montague Classic Runners Up. Samara McConnell (Pole Vault), Makayla Long (Shot Put, Discus and Javelin), Jayden James (Javelin), and the 4X800 Relay of Taylor Lovell, Kate Miller, Kylie Miller and Sydney Stevens had auto qualified for the State Meet prior to the season ending.Beach Volleyball - 1-0 prior to season endingBoys Volleyball – 10-2 prior to season endingUnified Sports - Madelyn Nemeth is named finalist for Unified Partner of the Year
PERRY HIGH SCHOOL ALL-CUSD TEAM MEMBERS2019-2020Badminton -(All-CUSD 1st Team Singles) - Sue Kwon(All-CUSD 1st Team Doubles) - Nikhita Jayaraj/Ashley Rodarte, Megan Dye/Sophie Jex(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Emma Braeutigam, Mackenzie HolianBaseball -(All-CUSD Senior Recognition) - Jason Barres, Dustin Crenshaw, Zach de Hondol, Trevor Desiderio, Ryan Lucero, Micah Montano, Jaron Nance, Trenton Pallas, Brycen Tambone, Kai Taylor, Isaac Turbarg, Tyler Valdez, JD Willis, Mason WhatcottBoys Basketball -(Mike Desper Pursuing Victory with Honor Award) - Nathan Wold(All-CUSD 1st Team) - Duke Brennan(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Dylan AndersonGirls Basketball -(All-CUSD Player of the Year) - Madison Conner(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Tatyanna ClayburneBoys Cross Country -
(All-CUSD) - Joey BosiGirls Cross Country -
(All-CUSD) - Taylor Lovell, Kylie Miller(All-CUSD Coach of the Year) - Bryan IdlemanBoys Golf -(All-CUSD 1st Team) - T.J. Sifferman(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Cade Kilanowski, Tyler MacphersonGirls Golf -
(All-CUSD Player of the Year) - Malia Uyeshiro(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Cailin Chamalbide, Kylie RehbergerFootball -
(All-CUSD Offensive Player of the Year) - Chubba Purdy(All-CUSD 1st Team Defense) - Travis Drosos (Snapper), Jackson Ford (LB), Broc Lane (TE), Hunter Scott (O-Line), Jorden Young (WR)(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Cade Berger, Steven Kennedy, Hezekiah Lockhart, Andrei Mayberry, Luke Roshay, Cole SabettaBoys Soccer -(All-CUSD 1st Team) - Wyatt Deutsch (Defender), Hayden Jaramillo (Midfield)(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Kyle Brereton, Keith Pichardo, Cole WoodGirls Soccer -(All-CUSD Offensive Player of the Year) - Brenna Alderson(All-CUSD 1st Team) - Kayla Campbell (Defender), Mikella Reed (Forward), Brenna Rodriguez (Midfield)(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Jazmyn Brass, Joey Lujan, Kendall McIntyreSoftball -(All-CUSD Senior Recognition) - Cheyann Becker, Elyse Enriquez, Brintley SpencerGirls Swim/Dive -(All-CUSD Swimmer of the Year) - Kalli Fama(All-CUSD 1st Team) - Kalli Fama (100 Free and 100 Back), Alexia Jackson (Dive), Isabella Schaller (200 Free)(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Debra Abbott, Chloe Convis, Brooklyn Larson, Amayah Wiley(All-CUSD Coach of the Year) - Stephanie CarrascoBoys Swim/Dive -(All-CUSD) - Evan Nail (200 IM)(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Michael Johnson, Jax Juarros, Justin Tassinari, Beri YangBoys Tennis -(All-CUSD Senior Recognition) - Grant Brigham, Shawn Charles, Spencer Darby, Jordi Ferre, Jonah Haslip, Davin Ludwig, Hayden WarnerGirls Tennis -(All-CUSD Senior Recognition) - Katelyn Ngo, Elyse PolicastroBoys Track-
(All-CUSD Senior Recognition) - Tobi Adigun, Grant Arbelbide, Miquieas Barrios, Logan Brower, Michael Camarra, James Cardon, James Cochran, Dana Crist, Travis Drosos, Alex Edjourain, Tracey Franklin, Gage Gastley, Bryce Holdridge, Cody Horcasitas, Zavier James, Johnny Jenkins, Jacob Kimling, Jacob Krauser, Shayne McKinley, Daniel Mendoza, Ikenna Nwankwo, Obinna Nwankwo, Parker Patterson, Alejandro Rocha, Kobe Rome, Justin ZhenGirls Track -
(All-CUSD Senior Recognition) - Emily Aker, Katia Castillo, Kaycie Christensen, Olivia Garcia, Ella Gunkel, Haley Gural, Julia Hacnik, Olivia Hambasic, Shea Marovich, Samara McConnell, Danielli Reynoso, Kaylee WalkerBeach Volleyball -(All-CUSD Senior Recognition) - McKenna Androsky, Jillian Hatch, Tatum Stall, Noelle WeintraubBoys Volleyball -(All-CUSD Senior Recognition) - Carson Bashford, Nathan Bell, Spencer Keller, Devin Neuweiler, Jackson Park, Nathan Schildgen, Cooper Sibly, Trey Smith, Matthew Tomlinson, Daxton TolmanGirls Volleyball -(All-CUSD 1st Team) - Jenna Heller, Sian Richardson, Tatum Stall(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Makayla Long, Ella RudWrestling -(All-CUSD 1st Team) - Jacob Kimling (152lb), Ikaika Maldonado (170lb), Cooper Call (182lb), Alex Edjourian (285lb)(All-CUSD Honorable Mention) - Daniel Mendoza, Caleb Milnes, Tyler Rovnak_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Perry HS Collegiate Signers - Class of 2020Brenna Alderson - SoccerGrand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZBrenna Alderson with her parents Brian and Christy Alderson_______________________________________________Mckenna Androsky - VolleyballSouth Mountain Community College, Phoenix, AZMckenna Androsky with her parents Mary and Richard Androsky______________________________________________Cheyann Becker - SoftballJudson University, Elgin, ILCheyann Becker with her parents Cathy and Jim Becker____________________________________________Kyle Brereton - SoccerChandler-Gilbert Community College, Chandler, AZKyle Brereton with his parents Chris and Christy Brereton____________________________________________Kayla Cambell - SoccerNorthern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZKayla Campbell signing with NAU_________________________________________Dustin Crenshaw - BaseballGrand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZDustin Crenshaw with his parents Ken and Robyn Crenshaw____________________________________________Zachary de Hondol - BaseballUniversity of Hawaii at Hilo, Hilo, HIZachary de Hondol with his parents Cindy and Alex de Hondol____________________________________________Trevor Desiderio - BaseballChandler-Gilber Community College,Chandler, AZTrevor Desiderio with his parents John and Lori Desiderio____________________________________________Wyatt Deutsch - SoccerChandler-Gilbert Community College, Chandler, AZWyatt Deutsch with his parents Jimmy and Sammi Deutsch_________________________________________________________________Travis Drosos - FootballUniversity of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, COTravis Drosos with his parents Dean and Kari Drosos____________________________________________Eylse Enriquez - SoftballDavis and Elkins College, Elkins, WVEylse Enriquez commits to Davis and Elkins College____________________________________________Kalli Fama - SwimUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIKalli Fama with mother Kerri Fama_____________________________________________Aubree Flores - SoccerNorthern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZAubree Flores with her parents Dave and Kristie Flores____________________________________________Jackson Ford - FootballPrinceton University, Princeton, NJJackson Ford with his parents Steve and Jill Ford_____________________________________________Mariah Gramza - WrestlingBig Bend Community College - Moses Lake, WAMariah Gramza with her mother Tarah Gramza_____________________________________________Aaron Henry IV - FootballWestern New Mexico University, Silver City, NMAaron Henry IV with his parents Aaron III and Jimmecka Henry____________________________________________Andrew Henwood - SoccerChandler-Gilbert Community College, Chandler, AZAndrew Henwood with his mother Rosanna Henwood____________________________________________Hayden Jarmillo - SoccerSouth Dakota School of Mines, Rapid City, SDHayden Jaramillo with his parents Meredith and Rudy Jaramillo_____________________________________________Cade Kilanowski - GolfGlendale Community College, Glendale, AZCade Kilanowski with his parents Alexander and Teryl Kilanowski____________________________________________Broc Lane - FootballUtah State University, Logan, UTBroc Lane with his parents Cami Cuomo and Michael Lane_______________________________________________Lauren Macpherson - GymnasticsSan Jose State University, San Jose, CALauren Macpherson with her parents Todd Macpherson and Theresa Valenzula-Cardinal_______________________________________________Tyler Macpherson - GolfEmbry Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott, AZTyler Macpherson with his parents Todd Macpherson and Theresa Valenzuela Cardinal_________________________________________________Ikaika Maldonado - WrestlingWestern Colorado University, Gunnison, COIkaika Maldonado signing with Western Colorado University_________________________________________________Shea Marovich - VolleyballYavapai College - Prescott, AZSheal Marovich signing with Yavapai College________________________________________________Andrei Mayberry - FootballNorthern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZAndrei Mayberry with his parents Lavel and Kim Mayberry_________________________________________________Samara McConnell - Track and FieldUniversity of Mississippi, Oxford, MSSamara McConnell with her parents Erlinda and Rodney McConnell_____________________________________________Joi Morrison - GymnasticsUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIJoi Morrison with her parents Darryl and Jo Ann Morrison________________________________________________AJ Owen - FootballRipon College, Ripon, WIAJ Owen with his parents Suzy and Jeff Owen__________________________________________________Trenton Pallas - BaseballChandler-Gilbert Community College, Chandler, AZTrenton Pallas with his parents William and Suzanne Pallas_____________________________________________________________Keith Picardo - SoccerChandler-Gilbert Community College, Chandler, AZKeith Pichardo wiht his parents Emile and Tonja Pichardo_________________________________________________Chubba Purdy - FootballFlorida State University, Tallahassee, FLChubba Purdy with his parents Carrie and Shawn Purdy_______________________________________________Sian Richardson - VolleyballCalifornia State East Bay, Hayward, CASian Richardson with her parents Robert Richardson and Amber Kellog__________________________________________Kobe Rome - FootballFort Hays State University, Fort Hays, KSKobe Rome with his sister Milan and mother Monica Rome____________________________________________Tyler Rovnak - WrestlingMuskingum University, New Concord, OHTyler Rovnak commits to Muskingum University____________________________________________Cole Sabetta - FootballNorthern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZCole Sabetta with his parents Nicole and Michael Sabetta______________________________________________Sydney Sands - VolleyballMarymount University-Gilbert, Arlington, VASydney Sands with her parents Rhonda and Tom Richardson______________________________________________Hoku Schwenke - SoccerFerris State University, Big Rapids, MIHoku Schwenke with her parents Kurt and Tishia Schwenke______________________________________Hunter Scott - FootballWeber State University - FootballHunter Scott with his parents Amy and John Scott__________________________________________Tatum Stall - VolleyballUtah State University, Logan, UTTatum Stall with her parents Keith and Trisha Stall______________________________________________Brycen Tambone - BaseballYavapai College, Prescott, AZBrycen Tambone with his parents Claudia and Bryan Tambone_______________________________________________Kai Taylor - BaseballAugustana University, Sioux Falls, SDKai Taylor and his mother Donna Taylor_______________________________________________Daxton Tolman - VolleyballBenedictine University at Mesa, Mesa, AZDaxton Tolman signing at Benedictine_______________________________________________Tyler Valdez - BaseballChandler-Gilbert Community College, Chandler, AZTyler Valdez with his parents Conrad and Kimbery Valdez__________________________________________Cade Veach - FootballDixie State University, Saint George, UTCade Veach with his parents Shannon and Scott Veach__________________________________________Noelle Weintraub - Beach VolleyballStetson University, DeLand, FLNoelle Weintraub signing with Stetson University________________________________________J.D. Willis - BaseballWillamette University, Salem, ORJ.D. Willis signing with Willamette University_______________________________________Not Pictured:Matthew McGrane - FootballRocky Mountain College, Billings, MTImPACT Testing Has Come To Perry High SchoolPerry athletes will be taking the ImPACT Baseline Concussion Test for free. ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) is the first, most-widely used, and most scientifically validated computerized concussion evaluation system available. ImPACT was developed to provide useful information to assist qualified practitioners in making sound return to play decisions following concussions. All athletes in the freshman and junior years will be tested at the beginning of their seasons and if they ever sustain a concussion during the season they will complete a post-test to help determine their readiness to return to play.Each athlete will need a signed permission slip and waiver in order to participate. These will come home a few days before the test. Please be sure to sign and return them promptly.For more information on ImPACT, please click: www.impacttest.com or visit our Perry athletic training web page at https://www.cusd80.com//Domain/3278.On April 3, 2019 there was an incoming freshman informational athletic meeting. In case you missed it you can review it here: Incoming Freshman Athletic Meeting Presentation
Contact Us:Athletic Director: Jennifer BurksEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgAthletic Assistant: Trisha StallEmail: email@example.comPhone: 480-224-2823