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Disque dominates

The Jefferson Cougars are out to avenge last year’s disappointing bowout in sectional play (falling to Musselman 2-1 in extra innings and then to Washington 5-2), but left-handed pitcher Andy Disque wants to end his high school career in a decidedly different fashion.

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Another shot for Rams tennis

The Shepherd University Men’s tennis team rounded out its final home match with a 9-0 loss to West Liberty University (15-2) (7-0), but the Rams still have plenty to play for down the stretch as they open first-round MEC Tournament play in Charleston Friday.

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The Cougars notched three victories in a row at Myrtle Beach, S.C., in the Mingo Bay Classic after falling 11-7 in the first game on Wednesday to Hammonton (N.J.) Blue Devils.

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Patriots win two down South

Washington opened the Mingo Bay Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C., on Tuesday with a 4-3 win over Nordonia, Ohio, and then added to that by topping Bishop Grimes, N.Y., 13-7 on Wednesday, to come away from the southern swing with two wins.

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An effort to restore an apartment building in a former Raleigh County coal camp could serve as a model for other areas that want to preserve structures until funds are available to fully restore them, Raleigh County extension agent David Rotenizer said.

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Shepherd win streak ends at 20

The Shepherd University baseball team swept the first of two double headers in MEC action at Fairfax Field over Glenville State on Thursday and then split the second double-header two days later.

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Jefferson softball coach Tori Hutto has plenty to be pleased about early on this season as the Cougars have found two strong freshmen pitchers in Tori Hanes and Karra Smith.

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Patriots’ head south for Mingo Bay Classic

Washington got a taste of what playing upper echelon competition is going to be like this season when the Patriots fell at home March 31 to Millbrook (Va.), a program which made it to the regionals of the Virginia state tournament last season.

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WVU gets spring work in at Shepherd University

When West Virginia University takes spring practice on the road, it not only provides alumni and fans the opportunity to see the team up close, but gives recruits a chance to come and check out the program first hand.

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Four No. 1 seeds in the women’s Final Four

The women’s Final Four will have a familiar feel to it with three of last year’s teams back in the national semifinals.

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