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Reserved season tickets for the 2012 Shepherd football season are now available. Also reserved single game tickets are also now on sale. To purchase either season tickets or single game tickets contact the university’s bookstore at (304) 876-5219 or log on to www.shepherdbook.com. Shepherd has five home games — Sept. 8 against American International, Sept. […]

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On August 9, the Ladies of Sleepy Hollow had to exit the course in the midst of play due to a thunderstorm. They huddled in the locker room. The other golfers, being sheltered by a porch, could hear uproarious laughter coming from the ladies. After the storm subsided, everyone completed playing 18 holes. The Daily […]

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Shepherd is Pansch’s college destination

Ryan Pansch went unbeaten through the 2012 baseball season at Washington High. His record was 7-0 — good enough to get him selected to the writers’ Class AAA all-state first-team. Pansch gave up so few earned runs that his ERA was miniscule, less than half-a-run per game. When the fall-winter school term begins at Shepherd […]

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162 wins in 27 years at Boonsboro gets Coach Anders spot in Hall of Fame

The Washington County (Md.) Sports Hall of Fame called six names to be enshrined as its 2012 class of inductees. One of those names was former Charles Town High School (class of 1971) and Shepherd College (class of 1975) athlete Clayton Anders. Anders has been coaching football at Boonsboro High School for 33 years, the […]

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Washington High began its 2012 golf season with back-to-back team wins at the Tri-County tournament at The Woods Resort and then the Berkeley Springs Invitational at Cacapon State Park. In the rain-shortened Tri-County tournament, Ryan Mumaw fired a 58 over 15 holes to take medalist honors. The round was abbreviated because a rain storm moved […]

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Along with Washington High pitcher-infielder Ryan Pansch, Shepherd baseball coach Wayne Riser has successfully recruited at least five other players for the 2013 season. Two of the newest Rams are outfielders Kyle Porter from Catonsville Community College and outfielder-pitcher Darius Jones from Patuxent High in Baltimore County. Porter is a 5-foot-8, 190-pound, left-handed hitting, left-handed […]

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Shepherd has signed six women’s basketball players for the 2012-13 season. Molly Rohlfing was a four-year starter at Wilmington (NC) Christian Academy. She is 6-foot-1 and is a center/forward. Cara Mason played at Urbana (Md.) High School and is a 5-foot-8 guard who averaged over 18 points a game. Sammy Bane comes from Middleburg Academy […]

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The WVIAC football coaches have decided in their annual pre-season vote that Shepherd will be the conference’s 2012 champion. The vote by the nine coaches saw Shepherd receive six first-place votes and defending champion Concord get the other three first-place votes. Shepherd has won five conference championships since 2004. West Virginia Wesleyan was tagged for […]

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Redshirt freshman men’s basketball center Pat Forsythe will transfer to Akron. Forsythe is a 6-foot-11 player from Brunswick, Ohio who was injured after seven games last season and was given a medical redshirt by the NCAA. With the transfer by Forsythe, West Virginia will now have only 12 players on scholarship. The NCAA limit is […]

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On Thursday, August 2, the Ladies of Sleepy Hollow played “Throw Out Worst Hole”, front or back, (minus 50 percent handicap). Peggy Glascock earned a victory with a 23. Dr. Marneerat, Therese Zarlengo, and Carol Winckler tied for second place with 27s. Maggie Whitehair finished third with a 28. Lynne Wiseman won Putts with 15. […]

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