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While Lowell was playing 26 games in the New York-Penn League, first baseman Nathan Minnich saw his name in the Spinners lineup only 12 times. Minnich is the national player of the year from the NCAA Division II ranks. He ended a star-studded four-year career at Shepherd, playing on a conference champion team and batting […]

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“Our key returnees will be Ryan Mumaw, Robert Fleming, Dylan Mumaw, Patrick Burgess, Tyler Sigler, and Hunter Hardy — our six top players from last year,” said Washington High golf coach Rusty Staubs. “We went to the state tournament last season and we’ll have the same goal again. I just hope we play a little […]

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At Jefferson High, second-year golf coach Alexander White has a team with no seniors . . . but plenty of experienced players returning from last year. Alex Tran, Bryce Lushbaugh, Quentin Foust, and Vincent Chicchirichi all played on the 2011 team. And all four are still underclassmen as the Cougars prepare for this season that […]

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Will this be Shepherd’s last year as a member of the West Virginia Conference? Shepherd and eight other conference schools have given notice they are planning to join a new, as-yet unformed conference that has a keen interest in football and establishing a cable television network to air the league’s games. This article is exclusive, […]

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Big 12 is more than ‘Tornado Alley’

Come the month of March in much of our contry’s midsection and people’s attention turns to the sky and what could come blowing out of the afternoon. Early spring or late spring. Early summer or late summer. In Oklahoma, Kansas and northern Texas the tornados come heavy and they come all too often. This article […]

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Third year of Holliday season for Marshall

After beating Florida International in last year’s Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl, Marshall might just have a little momentum moving into John “Doc” Holliday’s third season in Huntington. 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 this […]

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PRINCETON — The Charles Town-Ranson Junior League team opened pool play in the state tournament with a 26-0 win over Oceana. The other games the local team had in pool play were against Capital Midwestern from Kanawha County and Dunbar/Cross Lanes/Nitro from Kanawha County. Dylan Mackey had four hits and five RBIs against Oceana and […]

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Eight softball players have signed with Shepherd. The players are Shannon Lyons (Jefferson High), an outfielder-first baseman-pitcher; Victoria Thompson, a pitcher-first baseman from Potomac State in Keyser; Kass Taylor, third baseman from Huntingtown High (Md.); and Katie Sprankle, a middle infielder from Mardela High (Md.). The other four newest signees are Carly Schmidt, a catcher-third […]

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Summit Point t-ball tries Manassas

A t-ball team from the Summit Point Babe Ruth League played three games in a tournament in Manassas, Virginia over the weekend of July 7-8. The 12-player team was managed by Jason Jones and had Mike Gore, Stacy Smith, and Rodney Smith as its coaches. The 12 players on the roster were Argyle Downes, Graclyn […]

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