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Game On in the PUMA NATION

Welcome to the 2020 Perry Football season! It has been quite a journey to get where we are right now and we have a long road ahead of us to get to our first varsity game on October 2. CUSD has given us the go-ahead to resume "in-person" workouts on July 27.

Game Week One - Parent Ticket Information for Varsity, JV and Freshman

Varsity:
We are pleased to offer 2 tickets per student-athlete or band member for our Varsity Football games.  Tickets are $5 each with an added $1 convenience fee. We prefer those go to parents only, but we won’t stop siblings or friends from using the 2 tickets. Only those with an online ticket will be allowed to enter the stadium. Tickets will be available starting at 8am the Saturday prior to the game and will close at 10pm on Sunday.  General admission tickets will be open to the public on Monday at 8am.


Here are the directions for the online tickets:


1. Click on the GoFan link and choose the correct game

2. Enter your athlete’s Student ID, or student’s last name for 2 family households, as the Promo Code

3. Select 1 or 2 PERRY tickets depending on how many people will attend (Note:You should not re-enter the promo code, even though there is a place for it)

4. Click on Get 2 Tickets

5. Click Buy Now

6. Sign in or check out as a guest. (Note: We will be using this system for the rest of the season, so you might want to go ahead and get an account and/or the GoFan app)

7. When you arrive to the game, enter at the home side gate 

8. Bring your phone with the electronic tickets. Pull up the app or your email and click View My Tickets.  Show the gate staff and Click Validate Tickets.   DO NOT validate them before you get to the gate.

 

JV/Freshman:
We are pleased to offer online tickets for our Freshman and JV Football games.  Tickets are $5 adult and $3 student with an added $1 convenience fee. Only those with an online ticket will be allowed to enter the stadium.  Tickets will open up Monday morning at approximately 8:00am prior to each game.  While it is unlikely that we will sell out, it is recommended that you purchase tickets as soon as they are made available.

If you cannot make a game in person, all Freshman and JV games will be live-streamed through the NFHS Network for a fee.

Here are the directions for the online tickets:

  1. Click on the GoFan link and choose the correct game
  2. Select the number of PERRY tickets depending on how many people will attend.  Please limit to 4 per family.
  1. Click on Get Tickets
  2. Click Buy Now
  3. Sign in or check out as a guest.
    1. We will be using this system for the rest of the season, so you might want to go ahead and get an account and/or the GoFan app
  1. When you arrive to the game, enter at the home side gate 
  2. Bring your phone with the electronic tickets.  Pull up the app or your email and click View My Tickets.  Show security and Click Validate Tickets.  DO NOT validate them before you show security.


Rules for spectators: Please follow all rules to avoid any uncomfortable confrontations and to ensure that we can continue to allow fans at events

1. You must wear a mask at all times while in our facility

2. Socially distance yourselves with at least 3 seats between family groups and leave a row between groups

3. No re-entry

4. You may bring in a sealed, clear water bottle – No Hydro Flask type 
bottles

5. You may only bring in a  CLEAR bag.  No purses, backpacks, etc. unless they are clear.

 

 

Other Info

Athletic Clearance

Beginning July 1, follow this link to complete the player's athletic clearance at Register My Athlete. All athletes must complete this process before they can be cleared to participate in football activities.

Equipment Donation Policy

Interested in purchasing your own helmet and/or shoulder pads? Please click the link to our equipment manager's website with district equipment donation policy.

Fundraising

No one could have imagined the start of 2020 would bring a world wide pandemic, COVID-19.  The pandemic closed schools early and cancelled all sporting events in March and it put the whole world upside down!  It has been no different for the Perry Football Program.  Campus closures meant no Spring football, but this didn’t stop our program.  In the background, the program found a new norm conducting virtual weekly team meetings, communicating workout programs to the players, and mentoring players while navigating online school.  It’s the kind of commitment that resonates with Puma Football!

After Spring football was cancelled, the annual Spring fundraiser was cancelled too.  You can imagine that running a football program as large as Perry High School’s is a daunting task.  There are many expenses to the program - uniforms, football equipment, clinics, travel expenses, technology supplies, pre-game meal supplies, and banquet expenses just to name a few.  Like many schools, the football program is on a limited budget and each year the program relies on financial support from its player’s parents, friends, family, and community to be successful.  We appreciate you visiting our Fundraising page and hope you consider donating to help foster the commitment of Puma Football.  Thank you!

Updated Guidelines - Face Shields

CUSD just sent out updated guidelines for face shields.

1. Everyone is required to wear a face shield the completely covers the nose and mouth to games. No exceptions. 
2. Recommended face shields cover the nose and mouth and are made of 2-ply cloth.
3. Gaiters and plastic shields that completely cover the nose and mouth are allowed.
4. The short plastic shields that attach to the chin are NOT ALLOWED for spectators or coaches.  (See Sample Photo)
3.  If there is a medical condition, full plastic face shields are allowed, therefore, a medical condition is not acceptable as a reason to not wear a mask at our events.