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Three freshmen players from Jefferson County high schools are currently playing for Frederick (Md.) Community College in the National Junior College Athletic Association ranks. Frederick is NJCAA Division II team. Infielder Chris Godfrey is a sophomore who has appreared in 17 of the Cougars’ first 24 games. Godfrey had 35 official at-bats and 15 hits […]

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Lady Cougars win a number of one-run games

On Wednesday, March 28, Jefferson’s softball team was able to rally in the top of the seventh inning to post a come-from-behind, 5-4, win over homestanding Hampshire. Shannon Lyons was Jefferson’s pitcher of record and also crashed a home run in the top of the seventh. The next night, the Lady Cougars bested visiting Millbrook […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN— The energetic children were on hand at Fairfax Field for a field day outing. They were hurried off just before a rain delay of 70 minutes interrupted some shoddy baseball being shown them by both Shepherd and its WVIAC opponent, Concord. Before the rain came, there had been 18 runs scored in just two […]

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Winning for the second time in two days on its home field, Washington took full advantage of Hedgesville’s passed balls, wild pitches, and fielding mistakes to tame the Eagles, 7-2, last Tuesday. With the win, the Patriots improved to 4-3 overall, while Hedgesville went to 6-3 overall with the loss. It was a three-run first […]

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ARLINGTON, Va.— On Saturday at Barcroft Park, Shepherd used the two-run home run from Nathan Minnick and the stingy pitching of Paul Hvozdovic, Justin Byrd, and Andrew Gallant to clip homestanding George Washington, 2-1. Minnick’s home run was his 14th in Shepherd’s 17-10 season. Hvozdovic pitched the first four innings, Byrd the next three, and […]

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Another list of 14 football recruits has been revealed by Shepherd. The latest list has two players from West Virginia (lineman Bryant Currence from Washington High and tight end Jeremy Bell from Parkersburg High), six from Maryland and six from Virginia. The six players from Maryland on the latest list are Matthew Wicklein (a long […]

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Cougars reel off four quick wins; go to 8-2

ROMNEY— Matt Ballou had three hits and Dennis Jackson worked six innings as Jefferson defeated homestanding Hampshire, 6-3, last week in Romney. The Cougars had 11 hits off the combined pitching of two Trojans. Anthony DiAmario collected two hits, and Fraser Brown, Michael King, Corey Mangold, and Matt Henshaw all had hits. Jackson, Brown, and […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Despite an 8-3 win from Devin Forman (No. 2), Jefferson lost three of the four singles matches to Martinsburg and the Bulldogs defeated the Cougar boys, 4-3. Grant Davis (No. 1), Ryan Springer (No. 3), and Owen Hamilton (No. 4) won singles matches for the Bulldogs. After Davis/Hamilton won the No. 1 doubles […]

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The Washington boys tennis team won for the fifth straight time after a season-opening loss to John Handley High when it dispatched Hedgesville, 7-0. No. 1 singles player Will Wheatley, No. 2 player Patrik Haglund, No. 3 player Austin Thomas, and No. 4 player Alden Roth all posted comfortable wins over their Hedgesville counterparts. The […]

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A pair of late three-run innings carried Washington past Hedgesville, 7-6, in a softball game played at Washington High last Tuesday afternoon. Trailing 6-4 when it had its last turn, the Patriots had no more room for error when their first two batters were retired to begin the bottom of the seventh. It was Christina […]

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