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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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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — On Saturday, Jefferson had a four-run lead and had Morgantown, trailing by four runs, down to its last out in the seventh. But that last out came only after a two-out error — the Cougars’ fifth of the six they committed — kept what would become a game-tying four-run inning alive. Morgantown […]

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Washington defeated visiting St. Maria Goretti, 7-0, in a girls tennis match where Jill Spuria posted an 8-3 win over Laura Winalski, Mackenzie Littleton defeated Lauren Clopper, 8-1; Amber Barr had an 8-1 win over Monica Divinagracia and Dori Sanders got past Kristin Downing, 8-5, in the four singles matches. The Patriot doubles teams of […]

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BOB MADISON Spirit Staff SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Nothing positive could be found by Jefferson in the ashes left after its messy, 8-1, loss to Martinsburg. Only the baseball-beautiful weather could be saluted as the Cougars failed to hit, had 11 strikeouts against a pitcher they had earlier beaten, had three pitchers given rude treatment by […]

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Black Onyx joins Kentucky Derby trail

Sterling Racing Stables leader Sam Herzberg and his trainer, Kelly Breen, had an outline they wanted to follow for their long-striding three-year-old, Black Onyx. The nearly black thoroughbred is the son of Rock Hard Ten, whose sons are often late developing because of their large size and penchant for long-distance races. Herzberg and Breen were […]

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Washington easily plowed through three boys tennis teams that are in the same region as the Patriots but are out in the central part of the state. Washington dominated Buckhannon in a 7-0 win over the Buccaneers. And then the Patriots did the same against Elkins, defeating the Tigers by a similar 7-0 score. Against […]

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