Perry Klein

Perry Klein


Perry Klein

Perry Klein

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perry klein



11 Firecrackers

sunshine years

22 Years Coach Administrator

Coaching years

4 years and counting!

Personal Wins

Volleyball Magazine #6 recruit. National and State records as football player!

Coaching Philosophy

Create a solid foundation of skills at a young age; to create a strict but fun environment so passion can spark.


About Perry

Perry Klein has always been involved in sports. He attended Palisades High School where he was an All-American and All-City volleyball player. He was Volleyball Magazine #6 recruit in their Fab 50 in 1989. But his passion was football. Perry set a national record for pass completions in a single game (46/49) and a state record for the most passing yards in a game (562).

In his senior year he transferred to Carson High School where he helped the colts win the 1988 City Section 4-A Division Championship. Perry played for the University of California-Berkley Golden Bears for his first three years of college. He transferred in his senior year to CW Post; throwing for 38 touchdowns he was named Division II Player of the year. Perry was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in 1994 and he played with them for two seasons.

Perry has been the coach for the Marymount High School freshman/sophomore team since 2018. He has coached the Sunshine Volleyball Club Firecrackers since 2019. His coaching philosophy is to create a solid foundation of skills at a young age; to create a strict but fun environment so passion can spark.

Perry loves knowing that he was part of someone’s journey; watching them progress and hearing the excitement in their voices as they tell what they’ve accomplished and learned. He loves to go skiing whenever he can, and he keeps in shape by running and swimming in the Pacific. He will tell you his greatest accomplishments in life are his two kids and seeing their accomplishments.

“The key is not the “will to win”—everybody has that.
It is the will to prepare to win that is important.
— Bobby Knight“


“Erase the word “failure” from your vocabulary. No case is ever truly closed,
and no challenge is ever over.”
– Mary Lou Retton

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