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Swimming Senior Night

Thursday night, January 23rd, the Perry Meridian Swimming & Diving team will host Mid-State foe Decatur Central at home.  The meet is scheduled to start at 5:30.  Coach Treat and the team will honor eight seniors who have continued to build the Falcon Swimming and Diving program. Seniors being honored: Carley Bond, Lilly Egan, Megan Hurst,

Wrestling Continues Conference Dominance

  The Falcon Wrestling team has moved to a new conference but has continued to dominate the meet.  The Falcons (270 points) topped Franklin Community High School (232) and Mooresville High School (158) to finish as a team champion. Individual Results:  106 – Freshman Keaton Morton – Champion 113 – Junior Alex Cottey – Champion

Wrestling Senior Night

The #7 ranked Falcon Wrestling team will host #1 Cathedral on Wednesday, January 15th at Perry Meridian High School.  The dual meet will be highlighted by a match between two top-10 ranked wrestlers at 182.  The Falcons’ Aiden Warren ranked 2nd is slated to take on #8 Johny Parker from the Irish. The Wrestling program will

Boys Basketball Marion County

The Boys Basketball team will open the Marion County Tournament Tuesday, January, 14th.  The Falcons host the Franklin Central Flashes at 6:30 pm at Perry Meridian High School. Reminder to fans that All-sports passes and Staff passes are not honored for tournament games.  Admission is $6. Full Bracket:  Marion Co. Boys Basketball ’19-’20

Kelsi Miller Makes History

Kelsi Miller added her name to the illustrious Perry Meridian Wrestling history books on Friday, January 10, 2020 at Edgewood High School in the IHSGW South Regional.  Kelsi became the first female Falcon wrestler to win Regionals and advance to the State Finals.  She is currently ranked fifth but that did not stop her from

Welcome Coach Cooper

Perry Meridian High School is pleased to announce the hiring of Coach Brett Cooper as the school’s new head football coach.  Coach Cooper was introduced to the Falcon community at Halftime of the Boys Basketball game tonight. Cooper comes to Perry Meridian from Indian Creek High School, where he has been the head coach for