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A four-run opening inning propelled Musselman to a 10-5 win over visiting Jefferson in a softball game played at Appleland Park last Tuesday. The Lady Cougars were 14-7 overall and Musselman was 17-4. After Jefferson cut the lead to 5-3, Musselman erupted for another four runs in the fourth to assume a 9-3 lead. Alexandra […]

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Musselman used singles wins from Madeline Flanagan, Kendall Kessler, Ashley DeRito and Camille Ratliff to jump start its 6-1 girls win over visiting Jefferson. The Lady Applemen had doubles winners in Flanagan/Kessler and DeRito/Ratliff while the Lady Cougars lone success was registered by the doubles team of Stephanie Busey/Hunter Roll. With wins in all three […]

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By winning the three doubles matches, Jefferson was able to trim Hedgesville, 5-2, in boys tennis. The Cougars had the doubles victories from Devin Forman/Isaac Washington at No. 1, Kaleb Lochner/Drew Polczynski at No. 2 and Noah French/Christian Shimer at No. 3. The teams split the four singles matches with Jefferson getting wins from Forman […]

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INWOOD — Musselman used two singles and then two walks  in the ninth inning to score the run that gave it a 10-9 win over Jefferson last Tuesday. Jefferson had overcome an 8-2 deficit and even had a 9-8 lead after a four-run seventh. Musselman had 12 hits off three Jefferson pitchers, but was helds […]

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QBs look about even in WVU spring game

MORGANTOWN — Third-season West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen has been saying it all spring, and Saturday his players proved him accurate as the defensive Blue team throttled the offensive Gold 41-33 in the annual intra-squad scrimmage. The winner’s points — scored on three-and-outs, stopped drives and interceptions — were not as important as the individual […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — After it scored runs in only two different innings in splitting a conference doubleheader the day before against Shepherd, league-leading and nationally-ranked Seton Hill turned to a different tact on Sunday in a single game against the Rams. The Griffins turned loose their running game. They had stolen six bases through the first […]

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GLENVILLE — Shepherd maintained its position in the North Division standings of the WVIAC when it posted 10-3 and 19-5 wins over host Glenville last Wednesday. The Rams improved to 17-6 in the conference and still found only Seton Hill ahead in first place in the division standings. A seven-run third inning keyed the 10-3 […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — The Jefferson boys ran up 190 points to easily outdistance the field at The Journal Invitational track and field meet . . . and the Lady Cougars (143 points) held off both Hampshire (128 points) and Washington (128 points) in winning their division of the meet. Jefferson’s boys won 12 of the […]

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On April 18, the Sleepy Hollow Ladies completed nine holes in light rain. A downpour at the 10th hole ended play. The Chauffeur Me tournament was won by Betty Minos with Debbie DeLeonardo second and Dr. Marneerat in third. Maggie Whitehair won putts with 15. Dot Sager made a pretty chip-in on No. 7. New […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Shepherd scored in only one inning, and still defeated nationally-ranked Seton Hill, 3-1; the Griffins scored in only one inning, and still defeated the Rams, 4-2, as the WVIAC’s North Division leaders split a conference doubleheader at wind-gusty Fairfax Field on Saturday. Davis Hall and two-inning replacement Ryan Pansch earned Shepherd the 3-1 […]

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