Yellow Jackets remain perfect after 3-0 win over Anthony Wayne BOWLING GREEN — Perrysburg senior standout Maddy Williams scored a goal and added two assists Wednesday night to lead the unbeaten Yellow Jackets to a 3-0 victory over Anthony Wayne in a girls Division I regional soccer semifinal at Bowling Green State University. Perrysburg, 20-0-0, will play in the regional championship game against ninth-ranked Medina on Saturday at 1:45 p.m. at Sandusky High School. Medina beat Westlake 1-0 in overtime
Delas scores 5 touchdowns in 55-26 win over Maumee By HANNAH WEIKER STAFF WRITER It has been said throughout history that rainbows are good luck and found at the end you will find a pot of gold. As skies cleared before the Perrysburg verse Maumee game there was not just one rainbow but two. This occurrence is referred to by many as a double rainbow bringing with it double the luck. The luck was certainly felt by the Yellow Jackets
The Perrysburg High School Theatre Department will be performing “Little Shop of Horrors” next month. The performances will be Nov. 8-10 at 8 p.m., and Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. at the Perrysburg High School Auditorium. Tickets go on sale to the public on Thurs., Nov. 1 at the Perrysburg High School Box Office from 7-8 p.m. All seats are $12 and reserved. The week of the show (Nov. 5-9) tickets will be sold in the main hallway in front
By JOSHUA M. VALERA STAFF WRITER Have you ever wondered what it would be like to perform an adrenaline pumping half-time show? Well Alex Hertzfeld, 17, a junior at Perrysburg High School has made it possible. He used his new GoPro HD Web camera to film the half-time shows of the Jackets marching band at Friday night football games from the view atop his sousaphone — and the Tuba Cam was born. But little did Alex know his Tuba
By ALANA MARSH STAFF WRITER This week, students at Perrysburg High School enjoyed the annual Spirit Days wearing pajamas to school, dressing patriotically, and dressing in crazy costumes, but the beloved Costume Day took a bit of fighting for. Although it had previously been announced that Wednesday would be Costume Day, students soon found out the administration was canceling and replacing Costume Day with Hawaiian Day and that students would no longer be permitted to wear costumes to school. “They closed [Costume Day] because
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