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CHARLESTON— Two low-run pitching performances from Paul Hvozdovic and Andrew Gallant helped Shepherd sweep a WVIAC doubleheader from homestanding Charleston by scores of 2-1 and 8-1. The wins showed the Rams with nine victories in the last 11 games. In winning the opener, 2-1, Shepherd left-hander Hvozdovic improved his record to 7-2 with a complete-game […]

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WEST LIBERTY— After long-time Coach Wayne Riser registered his 500th career wins at Shepherd the afternoon before when the Rams swept a conference doubleheader from West Liberty, his team came back on Saturday and ran away from the shellshocked Hilltoppers, 19-3, to complete a three-game weekend swept of the tailend team in the North Division […]

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Washington closed out play in the three-day Broad Run Wood Bat Classic with a 13-7 loss to host Broad Run and then a 15-5 win over Manassas Park (Va.) on the last day of the event. The Patriots were 5-7 overall after the tournament. In its victory over Manassas Park, the Patriots were paced by […]

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Jefferson was able to score freely in its 10-3 softball win over host Martinsburg last Tuesday. Alexandra Witt drilled a solo home run for the Lady Cougars, who were winning their third straight game. The Lady Cougars had already beaten Martinsburg earlier in the season. In the Gene Baker Memorial Tournament contested in Martinsburg, Jefferson […]

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Jefferson shows heels to Dwight Scott field

BOONSBORO, Md.— Jefferson’s boys team nearly doubled the point total of the runner-up Mount Hebron (Md.) in the Dwight Scott Invitational track and field meet that took place on Saturday at Boonsboro (Md.) High. The Cougars rolled up 104 points to Mount Hebron’s 56 points as Jefferson easily prevailed in the 20-school field. Dante Price […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— In a triangular track and field meet held last week at Jefferson High it was the Cougars winning both the boys and girls divisions of the event. The Jefferson boys finished the afternoon with 84 points with Musselman scoring 61 points and Washington finishing third with 38 points. The Jefferson girls totaled 74 […]

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The Potomac Valley Conference selected its all-conference basketball teams and coaches of the year. The boys first-team had Garrett Grantham and Josh Dudley of Jefferson, Tyrek Collier and Kendell Smith of Washington, Brandon Ashenfelter, Donte Grantham, and Jalen Lewis of league champion Martinsburg, Trevon Wesco and Tommy Hargrove of Musselman, and Q.J. Peterson, Chris Shields, […]

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Jefferson was limited to only a Corey Mangold first-inning single when it suffered a 5-0 shutout loss to Martinsburg. Bulldog pitcher Jared Snow fanned 11 of the 21 outs he got in his route-going performance. Martinsburg had 10 hits off the combined pitching efforts of A. J. Boyd, Casey Billmyer, Cody Butts, and Blake Johnson. […]

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The Jefferson boys tennis team was able to reverse an earlier loss to Martinsburg when it defeated the Bulldogs, 4-3, last week. The Cougars won three singles matches with Devin Forman (No. 2), Isaiah Washington (No. 3), and Isaac Washington (No. 4) all posting wins. Martinsburg’s lone win in the singles matches came from Grant […]

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In blustery conditions that spewed dust and runs in the face of Berkeley Springs it was Washington defeating the Lady Indians, 10-0, in a three-run mercy rule softball game. Devin Williams authored the three-inning blanking of the visitors. Washington had nine hits in helping move its overall record to 7-6. Christina Collins went 3-for-3 for […]

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