Annual 'Crushing Cancer' clinic registration now open
March 4, 2019
CAMP DETAILS: Join the Perry baseball program for a special, three-day camp where proceeds will benefit a loval family battling cancer. Out coaching staff will teach the fundamentals for each position as well as offer a glimpse into how to play Puma Ball.
WHERE: PHS varsity field
WHEN: Mac. 11-13
AGES: 5th-8th graders
COST: Free - please consider donating a minimum of $20 on cite to support our local family pay medical expenses.
Four seniors sign celebrated on signing day
November 25, 2018
The PHS athletic department celebrated its fall signing day by sending four baseball players to the stage to sign their national letters of intent. Infielder/pitchers CJ Valdez and Adam Parra, outfielder Michael Zinter, and pitcher Caden Christopherson all signed to their respective colleges.
A four-year letter-winner, Valdez has been a mainstay in the Puma infield since his sophomore year. The two-way player received ALL CUSD and All Premier Region honors as a junior and committed to play at the University of Northern Colorado.
Known for his big arm, Parra was recruited by multiple schools and ultimately decided to commit to Central Arizona College. Parra made his varsity debut as a sophomore and was a starter and first baseman in 2018.
Zinter saw some success during his junior campaign but has really elevated his game since the conclusion of the '18 season. The switch-hitting centerfielder committed to Scottsdale Community College.
The 2018 PHS multip-sport athlete of the year, varsity pitcher of the year, All CUSD and All Premier Region hurler Christopherson committed to continue his collegiate athletic career on the golf course instead of the pitcher's mound. The senior pitcher is heading to Texas Christian University to golf for the Horned Frogs.
Varsity season comes to end in 6A second round; five players earn postseason honors
By Asher Laufenburger
May 22, 2018
The varsity baseball team fought hard all year, wrapping their season with a 16-13 record and a second-round exit of the 6A playoffs.
Third-year head coach Damien Tippett said the 2018 team was "one of the most fun teams" he had ever coached. he noted that the Pumas were "tough and resilient."