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Tuesday Morning Briefing

By Staff | Nov 1, 2016

Tuesday Morning Briefing


Event Honoring our Veterans will be held at TCHS

The Tyler Consolidated Knights’ football team, cheerleaders, and band will be having their Senior Night this Friday at home against Saint Marys. It is their wish that they not be the only ones honored. The Knights would like to invite all military, active or retired, to join us for the football game that evening. All military men and women will be admitted for free. The Knights ask that if you want to wear your uniform that evening you do but it is not required for free admittance. The festivities will start around 6:40 p.m. around the flagpole in the end zone next to the concession stand. The Knights would like you to join us first for the national anthem and then join the cheerleaders and the band in making a tunnel for the boys to run through. This week, at the high school, the classes and the teachers will all be competing in making a sign signifying one of the branches of the service. Please look for those to be displayed at the field that evening. There have been more events planned that will be taking place at the game as well. The Knights hope to see you all there this Friday night and we thank each and every one of you for your service and sacrifice! If you have any questions about this event you can contact Kristen Cunningham at klhickma@k12.wv.us.


The Wildcats’ champion volleyball team play St. Marys in the Class A Region Two Sectionals at 5:30 p.m. at Magnolia. Tyler Consolidated plays the winner.

Basketball season is around the corner.

WVU is ranked 20th in the pres-season AP top 25.

Duke Blue Devils fans have a lot to cheer about No. 1 while UNC Chapel Hill is ranked 6th.