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COOPERSTOWN, NY — With Bradley Davis going the first 5.1 innings and limiting Pendleton County (WV) to three hits, Jefferson won the first of it two weekend games, 9-1, over the Wildcats at fabled Doubleday Field near baseball’s Hall of Fame. Andy Disque replaced Davis with one out in the sixth and finished the game […]

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VIENNA — Shepherd split its final softball doubleheader of the regular season, defeating homestanding Seton Hill, 13-12, before losing, 12-3, to the Griffins in the nightcap. Just prior to those games, the Lady Rams split a twinbill with Davis & Elkins. Shepherd lost the first game to the Senators, 2-1, but rebounded to win the […]

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A three-run deficit didn’t deter Washington on Saturday when the Patriots rallied to score the game’s last four runs in a 5-4 win over Nitro High from Kanawha County. Nitro had taken a three-run lead in the top of the first. And Washington was busy chasing that lead for much of the sunny afternoon. The […]

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Clarke County edged Jefferson’s girls tennis team, 4-3, although the Lady Cougars had a singles win from Shelby Stanton and doubles victories from Stanton/Susanne Lindsey and Bailey Johnson/McLain Lewis.

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After five innings, Jefferson had struggled to take a one-run lead in its game against visiting Hampshire. In a flurry of walks and a hit batter by its pitchers Logan Maloney and William Viands, the Cougars had given away three runs to the Trojans and when reliever Shane Ellis protected the late-inning lead, Hampshire had […]

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For the second time this season, Washington’s boys tennis team was able to win all the matches played against county rival, Jefferson. The result was another 7-0 win by the Patriots over the Cougars. The Patriot singles wins came from Will Wheatley, Cullen Irving, Austin Thomas and Tommy Wheatley. And the complete Washington success in […]

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Northern Dancer with his three white feet was quite small in stature. Some called him the “Little Dancer”, and others were skeptical of what he could accomplish when they first saw him. He was bred and owned by Windfield Farms, a 1,500-acre stand of land in Ontario, Canada. Businessman E.P. Taylor presided over the place. […]

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Jefferson races to 5th Relays triumph

CHARLESTON — The Gazette Relays at Laidley Field in Charleston evolved into a tour de force for the Jefferson High boys track team. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng again to view it. The rest of this article is exclusive, , […]

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Doubleheader win helps Rams clinch tournament spot

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Two days. Just 48 hours. Doesn’t seem like much time. For a pitcher it isn’t much time to recover from a performance that had lasted five innings or seven innings. Two days rest was the time off Shepherd starting pitchers Paul Hvozdovic and Davis Hall had when the Rams faced the WVIAC’s South […]

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First, wide receiver Tavon Austin was taken by St. Louis in the first round of last Thursday’s NFL draft, the eighth player taken overall. In the second round, quarterback Geno Smith was the 39th player taken overall. And he was selected by the New York Jets. Then, as the third round was nearly spent, it […]

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