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Cougars, Pats gearing up for sectional tournament

Musselman adds depth to strong early postseason tilt SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – When the postseason high school baseball tournament begins next week, Jefferson County figures to be well represented. At 20-4, Jefferson is tied for No. 2 in the state in Class AAA, while county-rival Washington has won six consecutive games and garnered interest among the […]

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Jefferson boys win Gazette Relays

CHARLESTON – Andrew Milliron won the 1,600- and 3,200-meters while also finishing second in the 800 as the Jefferson boys’ track and field program topped a group of 20 schools during the Gazette/Friends of Coal Relays this past weekend at Laidley Field in Charleston. Martinez Grant won the long jump and the Cougars’ 4×400 relay […]

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Patriots top Cougars in sectional opener

CHARLES TOWN – Emily Bayliss had a pair of hits and drove in two runs as Washington used an eight-run fifth inning to mercy-rule past Jefferson, 12-4, on Monday in the first round of the sectional tournament. Jefferson was scheduled to play at top-seeded Musselman after press time Tuesday. The Applemen are ranked No. 1 […]

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Roaring success

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Roaring success

Cougars making long strides as postseason action nears SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – A youth movement has taken hold of the Jefferson baseball program, as the Cougars have jumped out to a strong start and look the part as regional contenders as the postseason draws near. With only two seniors, including one regular starter in catcher Garrett […]

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Jefferson boys’, girls’ programs win recent track meets

SPRING MILLS – The Jefferson track and field program capped a strong week of performances April 23, with the boys winning the Zonis Invitational the previous Saturday and the girls taking a conference meet last Wednesday at Spring Mills. Andrew Milliron won the 1,600- and 3,200-meters (4:24.00 and 9:46.96, respectively) to the lead the Cougars’ […]

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Cougars’ stock rising in conference basketball

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – The Jefferson boys basketball program certainly didn’t finish its season the way the Cougars would have liked. But despite closing out the season with an 86-45 loss March 6 at undefeated and top-ranked Washington in the sectional semifinals, Jefferson improved immensely from a year ago and enters the offseason with realistic expectations […]

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Coach: Cougars program jelling, getting healthy at right time

[cleeng_content id=”561204925″ description=”Read it now!” price=”0.49″ t=”article”]SHEPHERDSTOWN – Fresh off a sweep of the Eastern Panhandle Athletic Conference championships, Jefferson’s boys and girls swimming programs haven’t seemed to miss a beat, taking consecutive dual meets including one out of state. But as nice as those victories over James Buchanan in Pennsylvania and later conference rivals […]

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Lady Cougars beginning to experience success

[cleeng_content id=”756899771″ description=”Read it now!” price=”0.49″ t=”article”]SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – Second-year Jefferson girls basketball coach Chris Custer inherited a program struggling to find ways to win, averaging only a few victories during each of the past few seasons. A former assistant coach at Martinsburg, Custer placed an emphasis a year ago on the basics – ball-handling, […]

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Pierson, Cougars looking for growth, success as season rolls on

[cleeng_content id=”380221107″ description=”Read it now!” price=”0.49″ t=”article”] SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – As one of only two seniors wrestling for a young Jefferson High School program, A.J. Pierson has discovered it’s often best to lead by example. Thus far, the 182-pound veteran seems to have found the going to be pretty good. Pierson and fellow senior Wyatt […]

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