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Jefferson defeated visiting Hedgesville, 6-1, to get its boys tennis season underway. The Cougars had singles wins from Devin Forman, Isaac Washington, Kaleb Lochner and Christian Shimer. Two of the three doubles matches went to Jefferson with No. 1 Forman/Washington and No. 2 Lochner/Drew Polczynski getting wins over the Eagles. Hedgesville’s No. 3 doubles team […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Jefferson scored in every inning in defeating Middleburg Academy, 15-5, in the first game of a Friday doubleheader that was abbreviated by the mercy rule. The Cougars won the nightcap, 14-6, in a game that went 4.5 innings. The opener saw Kyle Boone and Kalen Nehler each drive in three runs. Andrew […]

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Cougars nip frost, cool down Applemen

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — The stinging cold, a pitch count for Musselman’s starting pitcher, and a 3-for-4 afternoon for Kyle Boone were the most important remnants when Jefferson had closed out an 11-4 win over Musselman last week. Normally windy Sager Field was raked by the constant blows of a 15-to-20 mile an hour wind that […]

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Hedgesville opened its softball season with an 8-3 win over visiting Jefferson last Tuesday night. The loss left Jefferson with a 1-1 record. Hedgesville’s single runs in each of the first three innings gave it a 3-1 lead, but the Lady Cougars answered with two runs in the fifth to make it 3-3. However, the […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — The softball season-opener for Jefferson was on a bitter cold night, but was one that Jefferson warmed up some when it tamed visiting Berkeley Springs, 9-4, last Thursday. With the temperature diving to about 27 degrees and the wind biting the players, neither side’s starting pitcher had much luck. Jefferson had a […]

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Cougars freshman Davis stops Wyoming in 5-4 win

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — It would be hard for anybody to better the varsity debut made by Jefferson baseball player Brad Davis. Davis is a left-handed pitcher. He is a freshman. And now he has a 1-0 record because he came to the rescue when the Cougars trailed visiting Wyoming Area (Pa.) by a run with […]

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HAGERSTOWN, Md. — The wind was unchecked. And the Jefferson offense was unchecked last Thursday when the baseball Cougars powered four home runs and had the complete-game pitching of A.J. Boyd to stagger St. Maria Goretti, 19-2. An eight-run first inning made the season-opener much easier for the experienced Cougars. Kalen Nehler, a first-year senior, […]

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With experienced starters at nearly every position, Jefferson begins its 2013 baseball season on Thursday when it travels to Hagerstown to play St. Maria Goretti at 4:30 p.m. on the little diamond tucked behind the school on Oak Hill Avenue in the city’s north end. Following Thursday’s game, the Cougars are scheduled to open at […]

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Patriots are whom ‘four-tune’ favors

  SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — In winning all but four games this season, Washington usually employs a turnover-causing pressure defense. In losing all but four games this season, Jefferson usually succumbs to a turnover-causing pressure defense. The molds haven’t been broken. Nothing changed last Friday when Washington slammed the Cougars by 46 points, easily winning, 80-34. […]

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INWOOD — After leading by five points against Musselman at halftime, the Jefferson girls were outgunned by 18 points in the second half of their Class AAA, Region II, Section 1 postseason tournament game. The, 59-46, tourney loss ended Jefferson’s season with a 3-20 overall record. Musselman (9-14 overall) advanced to play Hedgesville in the […]

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