<>
Home » Archives by category » Sports (Page 47)
Rams’ Kline nabs defensive coordinator of year

SHEPHERDSTOWN – FootballScoop has selected Shepherd University defensive coordinator Josh Kline as the 2013 FootballScoop Division II Coordinator of the Year. No defense in FBS, FCS or Division II had a better season than Shepherd University, as the Rams held opponents to a stunning 15 touchdowns in 12 games. The Rams pitched three shutouts this […]

Continue reading …

CHARLESTON (AP) – The state Board of Education has approved new rules on how West Virginia high schools handle sports concussions, including requiring that a licensed health care professional clear athletes to return to action. Last year, state legislators passed a law requiring the Secondary School Activities Commission to draft regulations aimed at preventing youth […]

Continue reading …

Sports shorts

No Comment

A roundup of high school & local sports announcements Boys basketball Washington 88, Sherando 56 CHARLES TOWN (Jan. 11) – Dominique Newman scored 31 points and Jerome Jones 16 points and 12 rebounds as No. 1-ranked Washington downed visiting Sherando, 88-56 in nonconference action. The Patriots (8-0) also received 11 points and 11 rebounds from Keldon Bell, […]

Continue reading …
Shepherd women top West Liberty, drop consecutive games at home

Concord 88, Shepherd 64 SHEPHERDSTOWN (Jan. 13) – Junior center Gabby Flinchum recorded game-highs of 21 points and 11 rebounds, but Concord handed Shepherd University an 88-64 setback in MEC women’s basketball action at the Butcher Center. Flinchum hit on 10-of-16 field goals with a 1-of-3 effort from the foul line. Junior guard Rachel Johnson was […]

Continue reading …

Alone on top

No Comment
Alone on top

Patriots dominating early competition CHARLES TOWN – Coach Don Bullett has a few sage words of advice for his undefeated Washington High School boys basketball program: Rebound at both ends of the court, stay focused and don’t get ahead of yourselves. [cleeng_content id=”447667380″ description=”Read it now!” price=”0.49″ t=”article”]That seemingly simple prescription for success has paid […]

Continue reading …
Runco maintains reins over Charles Town standings

[cleeng_content id=”284876437″ description=”Read it now!” price=”0.49″ t=”article”]CHARLES TOWN – It should come as a surprise to no one that Jeff Runco has picked up in 2014 where he left off in 2013 – holding court in the winner’s circle at Charles Town. After all, the local track’s all-time leading thoroughbred trainer has visited its winner’s […]

Continue reading …
Pierson, Cougars looking for growth, success as season rolls on

[cleeng_content id=”380221107″ description=”Read it now!” price=”0.49″ t=”article”] SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – As one of only two seniors wrestling for a young Jefferson High School program, A.J. Pierson has discovered it’s often best to lead by example. Thus far, the 182-pound veteran seems to have found the going to be pretty good. Pierson and fellow senior Wyatt […]

Continue reading …
Rams football program earns 10 all-region honors

BROOKFIELD, Ill. – Ten members of the Shepherd University football team have been named to the 2013 NCAA Division II All-Super Region One squad after the program finished the regular season unbeaten at 10-0 and claimed the inaugural Mountain East Conference title. The Rams were defeated in the quarterfinals of the Division II playoffs and […]

Continue reading …

Sports shorts

No Comment
Sports shorts

A roundup of high school & local sports announcements Boys basketball Washington 83, 
Martinsburg 49 CHARLES TOWN (Jan. 4) – Dominique Newman scored 19 points and Jerome Jones added 15 points and 12 rebounds as Washington remained undefeated with an 83-49 victory over defending state champion Martinsburg. The Patriots (7-0) fought through a season-high 14 turnovers […]

Continue reading …

Shepherd 93, 
Urbana 72 URBANA, Ohio (Jan. 6) – Junior forward Morgan McDonald scored a game and career-high 23 points and added a game-high 16 rebounds to lead Shepherd University to 93-72 over Urbana in MEC men’s basketball action at Urbana. McDonald was 6-of-11 from the floor with a 1-of-3 effort from three-point range. He […]

Continue reading …