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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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Four-run inning, walks spell win for Patriots over Cougars

Jared Silva scattered his three walks and Washington used three first-inning walks to good advantage in scoring its only four runs as the Patriots dealt Jefferson a 4-1 loss April 17. The few walks Jefferson received and the definitive four-run inning were the two major factors in the Washington success that gave it a victory […]

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Pansch’s fastball has been enough

When Shepherd’s schedule began in mid-February, the Rams had three trusted starting pitchers in newcomers Josh McCauley and Davis Hall as well as returning all-conference left-hander, Paul Hvozdovic. Those three pitchers were to be the starters when three-game, weekend series with conference teams came along. Freshman right-hander Ryan Pansch from Washington High was to have […]

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Cougars purr past Patriots on

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Typical of the first game in what will be a long series of games between Washington and Jefferson was the first inning where the Patriots scored three runs and they all were unearned. Physical errors became the theme of the game, which Jefferson won, 7-6, with its three earned runs. Mental mistakes […]

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Jefferson defeated visiting Martinsburg, 8-0, in a softball game on April 9 that was abbreviated by the mercy rule. The Lady Cougars’ Lauren Lewis had a two-run homer in the first inning and Jenna Wilt drilled a solo homer in the same frame. Lewis tripled in a run in the fourth. A triple by Alexandra […]

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