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Auburn Riverside grads form a team, compete on 'Family Feud'

Representing Team Gould are, from left: Benjamin Tyree of Sumner; Paul and Jennifer (Tyree) Warrick of Pacific; and Sarah (Tyree) and Joshua Gould of Lake Tapps. The family competed in TV
Representing Team Gould are, from left: Benjamin Tyree of Sumner; Paul and Jennifer (Tyree) Warrick of Pacific; and Sarah (Tyree) and Joshua Gould of Lake Tapps. The family competed in TV's 'Family Feud.'
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Jill Tyree is a proud mother and lately, an interested observer of the TV game show "Family Feud".

Her two daughters and their husbands and a nephew – representing Team Gould – will occupy prime time for four nights early next month, competing against other clans for prizes in the popular game show.

"They were absolutely ecstatic about it," said Tyree, an assistant librarian and recess specialist at Evergreen Heights Elementary and a special ed para at Cascade Middle School. "They had a great time when they were there (taping the episodes in Atlanta). They had a great time, and say (host) Steve Harvey is a hoot."

Representing Team Gould are Benjamin Tyree of Sumner; Paul and Jennifer (Tyree) Warrick of Pacific; and Sarah (Tyree) and Joshua Gould of Lake Tapps.

Paul, Jennifer, Sarah and Joshua are Auburn Riverside High School graduates.

Jennifer and Sarah are soon-to-be Auburn business owners as well. They plan to open a hair salon.

Team Gould will take on other challengers over four nights of competition. Air times are 7:30 p.m. Feb. 3, 4, 5 and 6 on Channel 11 KSTW.

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