Senior guard Cory Dillon had 12 points and seven assists, and T.J. McGinnis also contributed 12 points.
“You’re never sure if you are going to have a second chance,” Perry head coach David Gillet said. “Last year we were at this point in the season and we didn’t quite make it, so now we’ve got a second chance.”
Perry (19-1) now sets their sights on Wheatland-Chili (17-3), their opponent in the sectional final matchup on March 1st at 11am at Blue Cross Arena.
Photos credit of Michael R. Carney. For more of his work, go to www.mrcarneyphotography.smugmug.com