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Cougar Female Athlete of the Week

Cross Country Player: Anya Wallace Anya finished third overall in the individual standings as Jefferson defeated county rival Washington. Her time was 20:03. Congratulations, Anya.

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Cougar Male Athlete of the Week

Soccer Player: Jack Barrat Jack and the back line of the Jefferson defense helped the Cougars take a 3-0 lead after 55 minutes. Jefferson eventually won, 3-2. Way to go, Jack!

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Patriot Female Athlete of the Week

Soccer Player: Brogan Pifer Brogan scored two goals in Washington’s shutout win against Martinsburg. Congratulations, Brogan.

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Patriot Male Athlete of the Week

Cross Country Player: Kendall Coles Kendall finished in front of all of his teammates at the Buffalo Wild Wings Meet at Hampshire. Congratulations, Kendall!

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Cougar Female Athlete of the Week

Soccer Player: Lara Paxton Lara scored three goals in a win over Spring Mills and later scored two goals in a win over St. James. Congratulations, Lara.

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Cougar Male Athlete of the Week

Golf Player: Patrick Glenn Patrick shot an 85 in the Class AAA, Region II tournament. His round earned him a berth at the state tournament in Wheeling. Way to go, Patrick!

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Patriot Female Athlete of the Week!

Cross Country Player: Destiny Harrison Destiny won at the quad meet where the Patriots defeated Spring Mills, Hedgesville and Martinsburg. Congratulations, Destiny.

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Patriot Male Athlete of the Week!

Football Player: Kendell Smith Kendell had nine catches for 117 yards in Washington’s loss to Handley. Congratulations, Kendell!

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Cougar Female Athlete of the Week!

Soccer Player: Jessica Shakespere Jessica had both goals in Jefferson’s 2-0 win over Hedgesville. Congratulations, Jessica.

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Cougar Male Athlete of the Week

Soccer Player: Tucker Ryan Tucker scored Jefferson’s only goal in a 1-1 tie against Hedgesville. Way to go, Tucker!

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