FCS is hosting a Sock Drive ~
If possible, please donate a new pair (Or 2 or 3) that will be taken to local nursing homes and given as gifts from our kiddos.
**They are in particular need of skid resistant socks for ladies but we will be very happy to accept any that you are able to donate.
A simple pair of socks will mean so much to these residents.
**These socks can be taken to Carrie Evans in Coach Howard's office.
So proud to be part of a loving-supportive school. These quilts represent the love Pirates have for each other; they donated Spirit Shirts from every team, group, club and organization. AHMO !
Parker is getting better each and every day. Please continue to pray for him and his family.
So proud of Ashtyn Burget !! She got 1st place in deadlift, 2nd on bench press and the Outstanding Lifter award in deadlift at Vegas this weekend.
Ladies and Gentlemen! This is Ashtyn Burget! She is a Wylie Pirate Powerlifter and she will be taking her passion and her talent, drive and determination to Las Vegas, Nevada over the the Thanksgiving break to World Gym for the National Powerlifting Competition. She is the current record holder in this federation! She will compete in the dead lift and bench press. She will be going for the world record. She is amazing and we wish her the best and we look forward to seeing that AHMO Iron going strong!
Please help Support Parker by purchasing a
Yard Sign $20 and/or a Window Decal for $10. Additional Donations Welcome.
100 % of proceeds will go to the Cusey Family.
Signs will be sold at the Wylie High School IMPAC Building
(Next to stadium on the side that faces the baseball field)
Saturday 11-19-16 & Sunday 11-20-16 8 AM – 4 PM
Additional days will be offered next week until all the signs are sold.
Signs are expected to arrive Friday PM (fingers crossed!) so sales can begin Saturday AM.
Please e-mail Shawn Breen at email@example.com with any questions.
Besides your generous prayers, there are now other things you can do to help out the Cusey Family.
I have ordered yard signs, similar to the ones we ordered for Football. I have also ordered window decals. The yard signs will be $20 each and the window signs will be $10 each. I am hoping they arrive on Friday afternoon. If so, I will need your help posting this all over social media. I am attaching the artwork that we have used. I will also send out a sign-up sheet and ask for help selling the signs and decals. I know next week is a holiday week but we can sell them anyway.
We will set up (hopefully by Saturday morning) and begin selling. My plan is to set up in front of the IMPAC and it would be amazing to sell out and actually need to order more.
Parker's recovery could take several weeks or even months and we need to help take care of our family.
So many people have offered to help and that is awesome. I will let you know when these items are available and I ask that once they are, please help by getting the word out there!
Cash, Checks (WPSM) and credit cards will be accepted.
People are of course more than welcome to make additional donations above the $10 for the decal and $20 for the sign.
Thank you, AHMO and God Bless,
Shawn Breen firstname.lastname@example.org\
Offense: Donovan Ollie and Steven Sellers
Defense: Taylor Green and Chris Shaw
Defense: Chance Miller Special Teams: Wariabi Jituboh
Scout Team: Jackson Ortiz and Jabari Dawkins
The kickoff for the Round 1 of 6A Division II Playoff game Wylie Pirates vs. Carroll Dragons is scheduled for 7:30 at Dragon Stadium. If you are unable to make the game, you can LISTEN LIVE !
was born in Millwood, TX on March 31, 1923. Billy graduated from Wylie High School in 1941. He lettered and excelled in football, basketball, baseball and track during his high school years. He was voted “Best All-Around Boy” by his peers. He was offered an athletic scholarship to East Texas State University and chose to go into the Air Force instead. He became a pilot in World War II and flew the China-Burma India. He was an athletic competitor and consistently came in 1st place at Air Force Track Meets. During a leave from the Army Air Corp., he married Mary Martha Cranford on January 31, 1945 in Newport News, Virginia. He attended the University of Texas at Arlington and received a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Billy was with Lone Star Gas for 43 years, retiring as a supervisor over the Land Surveyors of Texas. In 1999, he was named the 1st inductee into the Wylie Sports Hall of Fame. Billy was a life-long Mason and active member and trustee of Elks Lodge #71. He was known for his quick wit and was an accomplished ballroom dancer, bridge player, gardener and story teller.
Thank you for your great service ! Thank you for our Freedom !
It’s Playoff time in Wylie ! The Tom Thumb Game of the Week is The Wylie Pirates vs. Carroll Dragons. This is Round 1 of the 6A, Division II Playoffs. The Dragons have a record of 7-0 in District and 9-1 Overall compared to the Pirates 4-3 District and 5-5 Overall. The last time the Pirates met the Dragons was in 1989.
The Pirates have to come out and take control of this game. The Pirate offense needs to come out “click’n.” All week they worked on the “little things” and cleaned up on some areas. Our defense needs to continue putting the stops on plays. They have been on fire and we need to continue to fan the flames.
To the Pirate’s advantage, Carroll’s top player is not playing due to a broken leg and their quarterback is playing with a torn ACL.
The Pirates are going to give the Dragons everything they’ve got.
AHMO ! AHMO ! AHMO ! AHMO !
Signing their Letters of Intent this afternoon @ 4:30 in the Auditorium.