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ELKINS— Pitcher Trevor Appleby and first baseman Nathan Minnich led Shepherd to a 10-3 win in the first game of a WVIAC doubleheader against Davis & Elkins last Wednesday at Harpertown Field. The Senators routed Shepherd starting pitcher Jamie Driver in the nightcap and posted a 12-6 win over the Rams to gain a split […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN— When nobody else was able to play softball or baseball on Saturday, the Shepherd softball team was able to defeat visiting Davis & Elkins, 9-0 and 10-2, in a WVIAC doubleheader. The games were the first conference games for both teams. In winning 9-0 in five innings, Shepherd had two hits but received 11 […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Three of Hedgesville’s 10 runs were earned. All nine of Jefferson’s errors were ugly . . . as were the five walks allowed by starting pitcher Cody Butts . . . and the passed ball, wild pitch, and balk that were sprinkled in throughout Jefferson’s 10-4 loss to visiting Hedgesville. Over the nearly […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— It was Hedgesville’s season-opening match and the Lady Eagles were able to register a 6-1 win over homestanding Jefferson. The Hedgesville singles players with wins were Margaret Bock (No. 1), Anna Bock (No. 3), and Alexa Cincinnati (No. 4). Winning the doubles matches for Hedgesville were Margaret Bock/Aishu Salvja (No. 1), Anna Bock/Cincinnati […]

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Eight Class AA girls basketball players were selected by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association to its first-team, all-state squad.     Those eight players were Presley Parsons (Lincoln), Hope Lester (Westside), Payden Eckleberry (Oak Glen), Deidre Burch (Berkeley Springs), Krista Maynard (Tolsia), Jacee Markle (Clay County), Candace Brown (Summers County), and Makenzie White (Scott).

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Jefferson had tennis wins from all its boy’s singles players when it defeated Hedgesville, 6-1. Winning the singles matches were Kyle Polczynski (No. 1), Devin Forman (No. 2), Isaiah Washington, (No. 3), and Isaac Washington (No. 4). The doubles teams of Washington/Washington (No. 2) and Tyler Offutt/Carlos Nathan (No. 3) also posted wins […]

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Washington added to what could become a long winning streak when its girl’s tennis team blanked visiting Musselman, 7-0. The singles winners in matches actually played came from Angela Pittinger, Melissa Sirbaugh, and Mackenzie Littleton. Jill Spuria was awarded a forfeit win in one of the singles matches. The doubles teams of Pittinger/Sirbaugh (No. 1), […]

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Washington continued on an upward curve when its boy’s tennis team defeated visiting Musselman, 7-0, last Tuesday on the Patriot courts. From No. 1 to No. 4 singles, Will Wheatley, Patrik Haglund, Austin Thomas, and Alden Roth all defeated their Musselman counterparts. The Washington doubles team consisting of Wheatley/Haglund, Thomas/Roth, and Cullen Irving/Cory Coomler all […]

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CHARLESTON— The Class AAA girls basketball all-state teams have been released. The eight players selected to the first team were Alicia Noble (Byrd), Kiana Evans (Huntington), McKenzie Akers (Princeton), Olivia Moore (Woodrow Wilson), Bianca Andre (Greenbrier East), Brittany Gordon (South Charleston), Mikki Glenna (Bridgeport) and Emily Puskarich (Wheeling Park). Listed on the “honorable mention” roster […]

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