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Friday Morning Briefing

By Staff | Oct 28, 2016

Friday Morning Briefing

Sports News

The Silver Knights (5-4) play Valley (1-7) at 7 p.m. tonight at TCHS. Silver Knights’ Coach Ryan Walton offers a pre-game interview in this video. Griffin Phillips, Jace Reed, Tyler Anderson and the boys are ready to play! TSN sports writer Ed Parsons will be in the press box.

The Wildcats (2-4) play South Harrison (7-1) tonight. Look for Hayden Hizer, Aaron Heasley and the boys to give the Hawks a good run.

Speaking of the Wildcats, the volleyball team defeated Clay Battelle to be, say it out loud, champions of the Mason Dixon Tournament! Congrats!

News Briefs

The Sistersville Lions Club did a great job with Thursday’s parade. TCHS Marching Band dressed up in costumes and played the music that has made them an award winning band. People handed out a lot of candy. After trick-or-treating and the parade, families headed to the old Sistersville Middle School for some scaring.

Check that out, today and Saturday, 7-10 p.m. Sistersville Spookhouse located at old Sistersville Middle School, Work Street. Cost is $1 per head. This truly was/is a great spookhouse. Evil laugh…

In other fright action, Friday and Saturday, dusk to 10 p.m. – Haunted Barn, Wagon Ride, and Petting Zoo. This event is sponsored by Saddles & Spurs 4-H Club. Location is Wetzel County 4-H grounds. Cost is $5 for adults and $4 for child. Concessions sold by 4-H members.

Today, 7-10 p.m. – Boo at Bruce! This event will be held at Bruce Park and is sponsored by New Martinsville Parks and Recreation and Wetzel County Convention and Visitors Bureau. Event will include a fun maze, constructed under Bruce Pool. Program will include free trick/treating stations.

In other matter, congratulations goes to Elks Teens of the Month for October Justin Ford Phillips and Ali Cooper as well as Elks Preteens of the Month Regan Smith and Spencer Corley (his name rings a bell for some reason oh yeah, cross country superstar).

Anyone with news or sports tidbits may send them to mlayton@tylerstarnews.com