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Monday, September 23, 2019

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Stay for the Game, But Know the Rules

The Perry Hall community is reminded about the following rules when attending sporting events: 

·     There is no smoking or vaping allowed on Baltimore County Public Schools' property. 

·     No backpacks or outside food or drinks are permitted at Perry Hall High School athletic events. 

·     All high school students must present their school ID in order to purchase tickets and enter events. 

·     All middle and elementary school students must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

·     All Perry Hall High School athletic events are "Pay and Stay." No readmittance to athletic events will be permitted. 





JV and varsity football each dropped tough games to Kenwood on September 13. The Gators took to the road to play Towson on Saturday, September 21. 


Please come support the football team at the Homecoming games against the Catonsville Comets! Varsity kicks off at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, September 27, and JV kicks off at 9 a.m. on Saturday September 28. Follow the teams on Twitter @PHGatorFootball!



Field Hockey

JV field hockey won a hard fought game against Sparrows Point on Thursday, September 19, 1-0. The game-winning goal was scored by Maura Payne. Varsity field hockey dropped a tough game to Sparrows Point, 3 - 2. Make sure to come out and support our varsity field hockey team on Tuesday, October 1, as they take on Towson here at home at 3:45 p.m. while the JV team takes on Towson at the same time on the Honeygo Turf Field! 



Boys Soccer

Come support the boys' soccer teams at their next home games Tuesday, September 24, against the Sparrows Point Pointers. Games start at 4 p.m. for JV and 5:45 p.m. for varsity! 



Cross Country

Cross country was back in action at a league meet at Kenwood on Tuesday, September 17.  In varsity boys' competition, Dominick Lepke, Gedion Berhan, and Amiri Goode went 1-2-3 while Angel Ocadiz took 10th. In the varsity girls' race, Emma Asante took 3rd place. At the same meet, Jackson Evans was 4th and Ben Mangels, Peyton Wissman, and Chance Sullivan took places 7-8-9. In the JV girls' race, Hallie Schattall and Saniya Cheatom went 1-2. The Running Gators will be back in action this Tuesday, September 24, at Parkville High School at 3:45 p.m. 



Girls Soccer

On Saturday, September 14, varsity girls' soccer dropped one goal games to Harford Tech and Century. Analyn Weyant and Kamryn Williams each scored in the game against Century. On Thursday, September 19, the girls' JV soccer defeated Dulaney 2-0 with goals from Delaney Miller (assisted by Michaela Phillips) and Bridgitte Asher. Girls' varsity soccer defeated Dulaney 7-2 with three goals from Kamryn Williams, two goals from Analyn Weyant, and a goal each from Mackenzie Click and Mariah McQueen. Please come out to support both teams at their next home game on Thursday, September 26, against Towson. Games start at 4 p.m. for JV and 5:45 p.m. for varsity! Follow the girls soccer teams on Twitter @GirlsSoccerPHHS.




On September 18, varsity volleyball defeated Carver in straight sets. JV volleyball defeated Carver by a score of 2-1. The JV and varsity teams took on Catonsville on Friday, September 20. Please support both teams at their next home game on Wednesday, September 25, against Dulaney. Games start at 3:45 p.m. for JV and 5 p.m. for varsity! 




Please come and support the badminton team at its next home game on Friday, September 27, against Eastern Tech at 3:45 p.m.! 




Varsity boys' golf defeated Eastern Tech by a score of 198 – 202. The team also dropped a match to Franklin by a score of 198 – 185. The team will be back in action on the road at Fox Hollow Golf Course on Friday, October 4, when they take on Dulaney and Hereford. 


Know Who Plays Where & When

Need to know which sports team is at home and who is on the road, who they are playing and when? Stay up to date on all this and more, by visiting the Perry Hall High School page on Digital Sports.


Attend a Game at Perry Hall This Fall

Cost for games in the stadium and the gym are as follows:

·     Students and Senior Citizens - $3

·     Adults - $5

·     Children 7 and under - Free

·     Baltimore County Employees with ID – Free


All Fall Athletes may enter any game for free Monday through Thursday with their jersey on! On Fridays all athletes pay $3.


With an Athletic Boosters membership, entry to ALL home games is free. Become a member today and support your student athlete!