After a sweet victory over Wylie East last Friday night, the Pirates will travel north this week to Denison. The Pirates need to make this game count as the run for District is on. The Pirates are 2-0 in District and Denison is 0-2. They will battle it out at Munson Stadium beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Coach Howard says, “Offense is going to be key this week because Denison is going to bring the kitchen sink. Our focus is on what we are supposed to be doing which is playing fundamentally sound football.”
Denison is a good team; they are a well-coached team. It is the Denison Homecoming and they are going to be fired up!
The Pirates need to bring a solid defense and keep the offense on the field.
The Pirates need a solid fan base this Friday night, so bring your AHMO spirit and join the team in Denison for what should be a very exciting game.
The address for Munson Stadium is 300 W. Crawford Street, Denison, TX 75020
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General Admission Presale Football Tickets
Adult General Admission - $5.00
Student/Child General Admission (K – 12 grade) - $3.00
***NEW THIS WEEK ONLY***
Visitor Reserved Section - $7.00
These tickets will get you a seat in the reserved section but seating is First-come, first-served
These tickets are sold ONLY by Beth Smith @ the Wylie Stadium Office (west side of the stadium)
Cash or check made out to: Wylie ISD / WHS
General Admission Tickets will be sold in the Donnie Worthington Field House Room 602
Tues - Thurs 8:30–4:45 (closed 12:30–1:00)
Friday 8:30– 2:30
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November 15th, 2014 – 3:00 – 8:00 pm
GRAB YOUR FAMILY, FRIENDS & BLANKETS AND JOIN US FOR A FALL SUNSET SESSION ON THE DRIVING RANGE
Local music by Texas Pearl Band, bounce houses, plenty of activities for the kiddos, drink specials with a bar on the range & food specials served fresh from our outdoor grill!
A FREE Way to Spend Time with the Family
There is no cost for these events. We want to invite you and your family out to join us for a night of good music, nice weather and fun activities including bounce houses, cotton candy, mini golf, face painting and more!
Are you and the kids tired of the same weekend plans? Are you burnt out on the same old things…restaurants, movies, etc.? Lying out under the stars and enjoying a fresh dose of local music is a great way to change it up this weekend!
In Texas, some of the best weather is in the Fall. Why not spend that time outside and being active? We will open our 9-hole putting course open for this event. Your entry, putter and ball are all FREE!
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Check out Dickey's BBQ Coach's Show Week 5
Attention All Wylie Pirate Football Fans! Don’t miss out on your chance to Pre-order your new 2014 BLACK OUT T-SHIRT. Quantities and Sizes are limited!! Make sure you get the size you want . There will not be a re-order available for this shirt.
All Pre-orders will be accepted from now until 3pm on 10/14/14… Shirts will be available for pick up the week of 10/27/14 during school lunches… If there are any T-shirts left after the Pre-Order, we will be selling them the week of 10/27/14.
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Brickbuilder meeting TODAY, October 6 @ 6:30 in the IMPAC Classroom. Homecoming Parade will be a topic for all teams.
WPABC will be meeting @ 7:30 in the MPAC Classroom. Please plan on attending.
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B&B Theatre PLAY of the WEEK
ViewPoint Bank Players of the week
Offense: Carsen Cook and Brody Wright
Defense: Obinna Amadi and Michael Kloza
Special Teams: Jake Klem and Jake Little
James Cross was born in Wylie, Texas on December 30, 1935. He attended all grades in Wylie schools and graduated in 1954. While in school he played football, baseball and basketball. In football, he was a 3-year letter man and co-captain his senior year. He also lettered in baseball and basketball. He was a High School Favorite his senior year.
James married Rosamond Tackett on June 21st 1958. They had two children both of whom graduated from Wylie High School: Ronnie: in 1978 and Terri in 1980. James also had two grandchildren who graduated from Wylie High School: Orie in 2006 and Tobie in 2010.
James served his country in the military from 1958 to 1962. He enjoyed a 35 year career with Fireman's Fund Insurance Company. to 1962. He enjoyed a 35 year career with Fireman's Fund Insurance Company.
James lived his entire life in Wylie except for his time in the military and for three years spent on assignment in Arkansas for Fireman's Fund Insurance Company. He retired from Fireman's Fund in 1991.Little Rock, Fund in 1991.
James was a member of the Wylie Christ. He served as a Deacon from 1973 to 2003 when he was appointed Elder. He served in that position until his death in April of 2009.James was a member of the Wylie Christ. He served as a Deacon from 1973 to 2003 when he was appointed Elder. He served in that position until his death in April of 2009.
James also served two term on the Wylie I.S.D. School Board from 1973 to 1979.
James' hobbies were fishing and deer hunting. And, of course, on Friday night you would find him at the Pirate Football games. He rarely ever missed a game He bought his first season ticket when Shaffer Stadium was built in 1976 and held them until his death. James loved telling stories of which he had many. He loved Wylie and considered it a real honor to be inducted into the Wylie Sports Hall of Honor.
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After a district win over the McKinney Lions, the Pirates are 1-0 in District as is their opponent. This is Crosstown Showdown week as the Pirates meet their hometown rival, the Wylie East Raiders.
This is the 5th time these two teams have met and to get to where the Pirates want to go, they need to beat them. The Pirates are going to take the field, playing hard for four quarters and they are going to take care of business.
The Raiders are a well-coached team under Coach Joe Lepsis. Their offensive line has their share of weapons and their defense is very solid.
The Pirates are the visitors for this year’s match-up. Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m. at Wylie Stadium.
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Spirit Trailer will be open 5:00-6:30 and during HALF TIME ONLY
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Eat at Raising Canes-Murphy and Support the WYLIE PIRATES. All day/night, before ordering let them know you SUPPORT the WYLIE PIRATES. AHMO !
Check out the DICKEY'S BBQ COACH'S SHOW
Varsity/JV MANDATORY PRACTICE MONDAY 10/6 6:50 - 10:30 !
No Freshmen Practice.
The SPIRIT TRAILER will be open on the VISITOR side this FRIDAY NIGHT & will ONLY be OPEN 5:00-6:30 and during HALF TIME...
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Ticket on sell all week but will STOP selling @ 1:55 pm on Friday
General Admission Presale Football Tickets
Adult General Admission - $5.00
Student/Child General Admission (kindergarten – 12 grade) - $3.00
New this year: we take credit cards, just a $1.50 fee per ticket
If writing a check make it out to: Wylie ISD / WHS
Tickets will be sold in the Donnie Worthington Field House Room 602
Monday-Thursday 8:30am–4:45pm (closed 12:30pm – 1:00pm)
All General Admission tickets at the gate are $7.00 ($8.50 w/CC)
You can also purchase tickets online – see below**
**All 2014 home Pirates football games are now conveniently available for purchase online. Online purchase benefits include:
· Save Money vs. Game Day prices
· Avoid long ticket purchase lines at game time
· Do not get surprised at the game by this: SOLD OUT!
· Easily print your tickets at home www.ticketroar.com/technology
· Quickly and easily enter the game using your mobile phone www.ticketroar.com/technology
Link to purchase
Link to account and ticket management
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Shirts are available THURSDAY & FRIDAY BEFORE SCHOOL & DURING LUNCH. They are $15.00
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