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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— With so many new-to-the-team faces reporting to duty in late February, Jefferson’s baseball team would need a few voyages to shake out where the inexperienced bodies would best fit in the 2012 scheme of things. The Cougars lost a few games. Lost them to four area schools. Infielders made too many errors. What […]

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Former Cougar Stambaugh plays golf at Fairmont

Now a junior at Fairmont State of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, former Jefferson High athlete Justin Stambaugh is now one of the Falcons’ best golfers. Stambaugh recently shot a four-over par 75 on the rolling course at the Oglebay Palmer Course in Wheeling when Fairmont participated in the West Liberty Quad. Stambaugh’s round […]

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Jefferson finishes with three straight wins

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Jefferson bounced back from its first-ever softball loss to Washington High and completed its regular season with three straight wins to close out the regular season schedule with a 20-9 overall record. The Lady Cougars tripped Berkeley Springs, 7-0, on Wednesday evening in a home game. On Thursday, Jefferson traveled to Baker and […]

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ST. JAMES, Md.— Jefferson erupted for five runs in the top of the seventh inning to give it the room necessary to beat St. James, 10-5. The Cougars improved their record to 20-7 and gave the school a 36th straight season with at least 20 wins. The Cougars had a 4-0 lead after 3 1/2 […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Rain was the only deterrent met by Jefferson’s boys tennis team when it defeated visiting Clarke County, 6-0, last Thursday on the home courts. The Cougars won all six matches that could be completed before rain washed out the No. 2 doubles match. In the four singles matches played, Jefferson’s Kyle Polczynski (No. […]

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SUCCESS In Smithsburg

SMITHSBURG, MD.— At the Smithsburg Invitational track and field meet it was the Washington High girls winning the team championship (with 114 points) and the Jefferson boys claiming their own title (with 128 points) in their division. [/caption] Washington’s girls prevailed over runner-up Catoctin (74 points), third-place Smithsburg (70 points), and eighth-place Jefferson (32 points). […]

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Leaving Myrtle Beach, Cougars win 5 straight

After dropping its final game on Friday, April 13 in the Mingo Bay Tournament in Myrtle Beach, SC, the Jefferson baseball team reeled off five consecutive wins last week to improve its overall record to 17-6. The Cougars fell, 11-4, to Conway (SC) to finish the week-long South Carolina trip with a 3-2 overall record. […]

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MARTINSBURG— Jefferson took little time in establishing its dominance over the other schools at last Saturday’s The Journal Invitational held at Cobourn Field. Jefferson rang up 183 points to more than double runner-up Martinsburg’s 79 points. Musselman (67), Hedgesville (55.50), Washington (46.50), and Hampshire (30) trailed the others. Even the field events, normally a shallow […]

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ELKINS — Despite winning two of the three tennis doubles matches played against Elkins, the Jefferson boys lost, 4-3, to the Tigers. Isaiah Washington/Isaac Washington teamed to win the No. 1 doubles match from their Elkins counterparts and then Carlos Nathan/Catalino Leon also won their doubles match, but the Cougars could manage just one win […]

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MYRTLE BEACH — After opening its weeklong stand in the Mingo Bay high school baseball tournament in South Carolina with a win over a New York team, Jefferson was stopped, 5-1, by Cherry Hill East (NJ). Cherry Hill East pitcher Alex Dimpter silenced the Cougars on five hits and only one run. All of Jefferson’s […]

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