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Sunshine has eluded the lady golders of Sleepy Hollow, yet competition reigns. On April 19, the game was Blind Partners. Without having and even number, we used our club champion twice. She won both first and second place. The team of Dr. Marneerat/Carole Day won with 217. The team of Dr. Marneeret/Peggy Sowers was second […]

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SUCCESS In Smithsburg

SMITHSBURG, MD.— At the Smithsburg Invitational track and field meet it was the Washington High girls winning the team championship (with 114 points) and the Jefferson boys claiming their own title (with 128 points) in their division. [/caption] Washington’s girls prevailed over runner-up Catoctin (74 points), third-place Smithsburg (70 points), and eighth-place Jefferson (32 points). […]

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Leaving Myrtle Beach, Cougars win 5 straight

After dropping its final game on Friday, April 13 in the Mingo Bay Tournament in Myrtle Beach, SC, the Jefferson baseball team reeled off five consecutive wins last week to improve its overall record to 17-6. The Cougars fell, 11-4, to Conway (SC) to finish the week-long South Carolina trip with a 3-2 overall record. […]

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Patriots edge Martinsburg

Washington left Myrtle Beach S.C., and its division of the Mingo Bay Tournament with an 8-2 loss to area Georgetown High. Back in West Virginia, the Patriots defeated Martinsburg, 6-5, on April 17. That win was the Patriots’ 11th of the season. Last Thursday, Washington went to Frederick County (Va.) and never really generated much […]

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In the past fortnight, Shepherd traded baseball wins and losses like they were playing the Dow Industrials on the New York Stock Exchange. First of all, the Rams won two of three games in Phillipi against WVIAC North Division rival, Alderson-Broaddus. But then when they were back in Shepherdstown at Fairfax Field they dropped two […]

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The Charleston Gazette newspaper released its latest high school baseball ratings for the state’s three classes. The Class AAA leader is Hurricane with its 19-3 record. Musselman is ranked second followed by Fairmont Senior, Jefferson, St. Albans, and Logan to round out the top six. Ranked seven-through 10 among the Class AAA schools are Bridgeport, […]

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ROMNEY— With a three-run fifth inning and a four-run sixth inning, Washington was able to overcome an early deficit to defeat homestanding Hampshire, 11-2, in a softball game played on Saturday in Hampshire County. The Patriots even added another four runs in the seventh for good measure. Devin Williams recorded the pitching win, moving her […]

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MARTINSBURG— Jefferson took little time in establishing its dominance over the other schools at last Saturday’s The Journal Invitational held at Cobourn Field. Jefferson rang up 183 points to more than double runner-up Martinsburg’s 79 points. Musselman (67), Hedgesville (55.50), Washington (46.50), and Hampshire (30) trailed the others. Even the field events, normally a shallow […]

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After splitting six games in a pair of three-game series against Alderson-Broaddus and Fairmont, the Shepherd baseball team is currently rated fifth in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Region. The Rams are 26-15 overall going into Tuesday’s doubleheader against conference rival Glenville. Atop the Atlantic Region is season-long pace-setter Seton Hill, now 37-7 overall. Following […]

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC— On its final day in South Carolina at the Mingo Bay Tournament, the Washington baseball team dropped an 8-2 decision to Georgetown (SC) to finish its six-game stand with a 4-2 record including one forfeit win. In the Friday, April 13 loss to Georgetown, the Patriots were led at the plate by […]

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