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Jefferson boys extend winning streak to six games

With few obstacles remaining, Jefferson is closing in on fulfilling their coach’s wish of carrying a lengthy winning streak into the postseason.

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Shepherd finds itself in unfamiliar territory as the conference schedule of the women’s basketball season enters the final stretch.

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Rams facing consecutive must-win situations to earn home tourney game

Losing eight of the last 11 games has relegated Shepherd to the unheralded position of a potential conference tournament spoiler.

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Pats eye fourth straight regional Crown

A 10-day hiatus from wrestling came at an opportune time for Washington, allowing a slightly banged-up Patriots’ squad a chance to rest before the regional tournament scheduled for Saturday in Buckhannon.

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Jefferson, Washington swimmers face stiff competition at states

Local swimmers are facing an uphill battle this week during the state high school championships.

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Washington’s struggles continue as regular season opportunities tick away

Washington finally put together back-to-back victories.

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Washington seeks to push envelope as sectional tournament approaches

Despite its poor overall record, Washington has shown signs of late that the Patriots may still yet have some life in their season.

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Rams hope to ride home-court edge as season winds down

Live by the last-second shot.

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Donald Fehr helps usher in much-needed stability to NHL

Donald Fehr was holding court at a table inside a large hotel ballroom, where NHL players and agents were casually enjoying a late breakfast during the league’s recent All-Star weekend in Columbus, Ohio.

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Biggest obstacle facing Woods might be between the ears

The BBC called on Thanksgiving weekend in 2009 looking for insight on the shocking, sordid details about the private life of Tiger Woods and how this would affect his pursuit of golf’s most meaningful record.

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