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Tigers come marching home with Casino Royale theme

By Staff | May 28, 2014

The Sistersville High School Alumni Band brings the school’s Fight Song, along with a lot of memories, to Wells Street during Saturday’s parade.

The 30th reunion Class of 1984 dominated at this year’s Sistersville High School Alumni weekend. The class garnered the President’s Trophy and First Place for their float in Saturday’s parade. The also won the award for the most members in attendance at the banquet Saturday night.

Jimmy McIntyre, Class of 1974, took home the Best Chapel Speech cup for his talk given Friday morning; the Class of 1974 also won Second Place for their float entry.

The Class of 1989 won Best Window Display and Third Place for their parade float.

The Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve Trophy went to the Class of 1999. The First United Methodist Church of Sistersville again took the prize for Best Non-Alumni Float Entry.

Golf Tourney winners were the team of Corey Bohrer, Barry Spencer, Jason Dugle, and Chris Swofford.

The Class of 1984 won for best float.

Farthest Traveling Alumni was Sara Sharr-Waramontri, Class of 1964, who made the trip from Bangkok, Thailand. For more photos, see page 3 of this week’s Tyler Star News.

Women from The Class of 1969 show what “Bond Girls” look like 50 years later.