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Shepherd will hold a large number of sports camps for both boys and girls this summer. Coming in June and July will be camps for boys including basketball, baseball, football, and soccer. Summer camps for girls include softball, basketball, volleyball, and soccer. There will be co-ed soccer camps. For other information or to register for […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— The Jefferson girls split a pair of tennis matches played against visiting St. Maria Goretti. Jefferson decisioned the Gaels 4-3 when India Watson defeated Ashley Robinson, 8-4, at No. 1 singles; Shelby Stanton beat Annie Cochran, 8-3, at No. 3; and Amy Schattel decisioned Lauren Clopper, 8-6, at No. 4 singles. Jefferson’s last […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— St. Maria Goretti posted a pair of boys tennis wins over host Jefferson last week. The Gaels had match wins by scores of 5-2 and 4-3 over the Cougars. In its 5-2 win, the Gaels had singles wins from No. 3 Rodrigo Reyna, who defeated Isaiah Washington, 8-6; and from No. 4 Mateo […]

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Inferno 14U travel team finishes second
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On deck
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The third annual Washington Patriot boys and girls basketball skills camp for students in grades three-through-eight will be held June 18-21 at Washington High. The camp cost is $75. Registration will be accepted at the door. The camp hours are from 1:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. For all other information contact Coach Don Bullett at (304) 676-1994 […]

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Washington pitcher limits Jefferson to one hit

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— With Devin Williams limiting homestanding Jefferson to only one hit and fanning 10 Lady Cougars along the way, Washington was able to register the school’s first-ever softball win over their county rivals. Williams was in command from the outset as the Patriots came away with a 4-1 win in the Sectional game. Washington […]

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CHARLESTON— “Relays” in the name of the Charleston Gazette Relays was an appropriate appellation for the 2012 version of the 30-plus team track and field meet staged last Friday and Saturday at Laidley Field. Jefferson High ran past the field of teams with its 149 points. Winfield was a distant second with its 68 points. […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Repeating its 2011 boys tennis championship, Washington had 17 points at last week’s Potomac Valley Conference tournament with many of those points coming from its three singles champions — Patrik Haglund, Alden Roth, and Austin Thomas. The Patriots topped runner-up Jefferson (nine points), Martinsburg (eight points), Musselman (six points), and Hedgesville (scoreless). Haglund […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— With so many new-to-the-team faces reporting to duty in late February, Jefferson’s baseball team would need a few voyages to shake out where the inexperienced bodies would best fit in the 2012 scheme of things. The Cougars lost a few games. Lost them to four area schools. Infielders made too many errors. What […]

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