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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Despite an 8-3 win from Devin Forman (No. 2), Jefferson lost three of the four singles matches to Martinsburg and the Bulldogs defeated the Cougar boys, 4-3. Grant Davis (No. 1), Ryan Springer (No. 3), and Owen Hamilton (No. 4) won singles matches for the Bulldogs. After Davis/Hamilton won the No. 1 doubles […]

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Weather almost as important as athletes at Taylor Relays

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— The annual Jim Taylor Relays that begin the high school track and field season have often been troubled by foul weather. Either its cold and breezy or just plain cold. But this past Saturday it was windy . . . and chilly . . . and it rained too much and too hard […]

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INWOOD— Jefferson’s early lead did not hold up. Though it was only a slender lead, the Cougars could never secure it. And so Musselman erased a one-run deficit in the last innings to get a 5-4 win. The loss was Jefferson’s second straight after three early-season wins. The Applemen improved to 6-0. Dennis Jackson scored […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Three of Hedgesville’s 10 runs were earned. All nine of Jefferson’s errors were ugly . . . as were the five walks allowed by starting pitcher Cody Butts . . . and the passed ball, wild pitch, and balk that were sprinkled in throughout Jefferson’s 10-4 loss to visiting Hedgesville. Over the nearly […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— It was Hedgesville’s season-opening match and the Lady Eagles were able to register a 6-1 win over homestanding Jefferson. The Hedgesville singles players with wins were Margaret Bock (No. 1), Anna Bock (No. 3), and Alexa Cincinnati (No. 4). Winning the doubles matches for Hedgesville were Margaret Bock/Aishu Salvja (No. 1), Anna Bock/Cincinnati […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Jefferson had tennis wins from all its boy’s singles players when it defeated Hedgesville, 6-1. Winning the singles matches were Kyle Polczynski (No. 1), Devin Forman (No. 2), Isaiah Washington, (No. 3), and Isaac Washington (No. 4). The doubles teams of Washington/Washington (No. 2) and Tyler Offutt/Carlos Nathan (No. 3) also posted wins […]

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Take note, Jefferson singers score in contests

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Jefferson County student singers will travel to Atlanta in April following a busy season of performances that saw them take them top honors at a number of area competitions. Jefferson High School Vocal Music brought home several awards at the 29th annual Martinsburg High School Concert and Show Choir festival on Feb. […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— In a well-attended softball game on Jefferson’s lighted field, both the Lady Cougars and visiting Hedgesville traded leads and traded momentum several times before the Lady Eagles scored twice in the eighth inning to win the long, extra-inning game, 9-7, last Tuesday. Allison Sween was Hedgesville’s winning pitcher. Sween authored a route-going performance […]

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The PRICE has been Right for two years

Two years ago, Charleston was alive with the anticipation that comes annually with the invasion of athletes who are a part of the track and field state meet. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng again to view it. The rest of […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Brittany Jackson had two RBI’s and Kendra Nicholas also drove in two runs as Jefferson defeated St. Maria Goretti, 13-0, in a softball game abbreviated to just two and a half innings by the eight-run mercy rule. After pitcher Shelby McTighe retired the Gaels in order in the first, Jefferson’s offense looked as […]

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