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Seminole Students Respond To Teen's Stabbing Death

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Nick Tilley, 16, was a sophomore at Seminole High School. Nick Tilley, 16, was a sophomore at Seminole High School.
Seminole High School students are back in class for the first time since a student was stabbed to death after a football game Friday night, just blocks away from the school. Seminole High School students are back in class for the first time since a student was stabbed to death after a football game Friday night, just blocks away from the school.
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A 15-year-old Seminole student remains in custody after allegedly stabbing a classmate and killing him.

Seminole High School students are back in class for the first time since a student was stabbed to death after a football game Friday night, just blocks away from the school.

11/10/2012 Related Story: Teen Stabbed, Killed After Seminole Football Game

Nick Tilley, 16, was a sophomore at Seminole High School. Police say the stabbing happened during a fight Friday night. They say a 15-year-old boy stabbed Tilley in the chest. He was rushed to the hospital but he was pronounced dead on arrival.

Students News 9 spoke with on Monday say it was very quiet in school. Counselors were on hand to help those grieving students.

Several police cars were patrolling the school area once classes were out for the day. Some of Tilley's friends talked to News 9 and told us he was a good guy.

Seminole police won't release the name of that 15-year-old suspect unless the District Attorney's Office decides to charge him as an adult.

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