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Off the Tee

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Golf ladies brave temps On opening day, April 4, Sleepy Hollow Golf Ladies braved 33-degree weather at tee off time. Dr. VonGxaiburana Marneerat won the daily Tournament of “Most 6’s.” Dot Sager placed second and Therese Zarlengo finished third. Debbie DeLeonardo won putts with 30. On April 11, the Ladies enjoyed absolutely divine golf weather. […]

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A new Classic

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A new Classic

This year marks Charles Town track’s second Grade II stakes This coming Saturday evening Charles Town will host the latest renewal of the Grade II, $1.5 million Charles Town Classic, the track’s richest and only graded event on a marathon card filled with stakes and allowance races that begin two hours earlier than normal This […]

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Last Gunfighter is still unbeaten

CHARLES TOWN — One of those thoroughbreds whose credentials might be enough to warrant a decision by Chad Brown to bring him to Charles Town for Saturday’s Grade II “Classic” is the attention-getting colt named Last Gunfighter. It wasn’t that long ago when the dark brown four-year-old wasn’t much more than a maiden possibly headed […]

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MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Mercersburg Academy defeated Washington, 3-2, in an extra inning softball game played on April 9. The Blue Storm scored the winning run when Chantel Yague reached safely on an error in the eighth and came across on Bridgette Cranston’s RBI double. Pitcher Sydney Reath fired a one-hitter at the Patriots. Reath had […]

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Split with Bluefield could haunt Rams

SHEPHERDSTOWN — After allowing eight straight hits to begin the second inning, Shepherd pitcher Brian Martin was replaced. The lowly Big Blues of oft-beaten Bluefield already had nine runs and were well on their way to a 16-4 win over the Rams in the opener of a conference doubleheader on a weather-perfect day at Fairfax […]

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MIDDLETOWN, Md. — Jefferson returned to track and field competition at the Don Boyer Invitational at Middletown High in Frederick County. With Dante’ Price getting sprint victories in both the 100 (10.75) and 200 (22.02) and then running the anchor leg on the winning 4×100 relay team and then distance man Ryan Graf taking first […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Shepherd was in seventh place in the WVIAC after it had been swept in a April 10 doubleheader by visiting Glenville. The Lady Pioneers won the opener, 3-1, behind the pitching of Brittany May, who improved to 6-2. Shannon Lyons was the losing pitcher. Shanan Plunkett had two hits for Shepherd. The Lady […]

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Martinsburg posted a 7-0 win over Jefferson in a girls tennis match played on April 9 in Shenandoah Junction. Winning the four singles matches for the Lady Bulldogs were Emily Widmyer at No. 1, Molly Beck at No. 2, Hannah Beale at No. 3 and Sadie Tucker at No. 4. The Martinsburg doubles teams that […]

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FAIRMONT — Shepherd held tight to second place in the North Division of the WVIAC behind nationally ranked Seton Hill when it claimed doubleheader sweeps over the Falcons on both Saturday and Sunday. With three of the four games played counting in the league standings, the Rams had 5-0 and 11-4 wins on April 13 […]

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With wins in all four singles matches, Martinsburg was able to defeat homestanding Jefferson, 6-1, in a boys tennis match played on April 9. Grant Davis, Carter Davis, Owen Hamilton and Inigo Goiriena had the wins for the Bulldogs. Jefferson’s lone win came in the No. 3 doubles match where Noah French/Christian Shimer prevailed. Martinsburg […]

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