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Washington High will have two football scrimmages prior to opening its 2012 schedule on Thuursday, August 23 at Hedgesville. The first scrimmage will be held this Saturday, August 11 at 10 a. m. at home at Marcus Field against Clarke County. The second and final scrimmage will take place on Thursday, August 16 at Millbrook […]

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The first USA/Today Coaches Poll has ranked West Virginia 11th. The Mountaineers finished 18th in the final 2011 season poll following their 70-33 win over Clemson in the Orange Bowl. This will be the Mountaineers first season in the Big 12 Conference after playing in the Big East Conference for a number of years. The […]

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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — When 44-year-old Pat Carter carded a three-over par 73 last Thursday on the Old White Course at the Greenbrier Resort, he had finished his four rounds of golf with his 13th West Virginia Amateur championship. Carter’s four-over par total of 288 was the highest winning score when the tournament was played […]

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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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Jefferson alumni baseball game
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VIERA, Fla. — With consecutive losses to Dumfries-Triangle-Quantico, Va., Darlington, S.C., and Northwest T.N. the season ended in the Southeastern Regional for the Charles Town-Ranson Senior League team that represented the state of West Virginia as the division’s state champions. The Southeastern Region started for Charles Town-Ranson with a 7-6 loss in eight innings to […]

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Chris Payne sent out video tapes of him pitching to four-year colleges with NCAA tournament backgrounds . . . and tapes went to junior colleges where other Jefferson High players had gone . . . and to places where baseball players mostly paid their own way. West Virginia University, Georgia State, Potomac State, and Towson […]

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Shepherdstown residents Kim Eaton and Kim Hacker-Kinnett finished second and seventh in the recently completed West Virginia Women’s Amateur golf tournament played at the Berry Hill Country Club in Kanawha County. Ona’s Brooke Bellomy fired rounds of 71, 73, and 73 (217) to outdistance Eaton (rounds of 74, 78, and 73) by eight strokes in […]

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Former Cougar Seth Wight gets national nod

Washington University of St. Louis (MO) football player Seth Wight, a graduate of Jefferson High, has been nominated for the Allstate American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team. Wight is one of 117 student-athletes from all levels of college football vying for one of the 22 final positions. Each player must be actively involved and […]

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Sprinter Price competes in Jr. Olympic games

BALTIMORE — After winning both the 100-meter and 200-meter sprints at a USATF National Junior Olympic regional meet, Jefferson High rising senior Dante’ Price competed in both those events over the weekend at Morgan State University in Baltimore at the 46th USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships. The USATF Junior Olympic organization calls […]

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