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Former Mountaineer is fixture for Padres

Jedd Gyorko was an effective football player at University High in Morgantown. He drew even more attention as a hit-happy infielder for the Hawks. When Gyorko went the few blocks from his house to West Virginia University, he became a baseball fixture with the Mountaineers. By 2010, the blockish 5-foot-10, 200-pound third baseman was one […]

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Hvozdovic blanks Battlers

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Paul Hvozdovic’s two-hit blanking of Alderson-Broaddus turned out to be about the only bright spot Shepherd found on Saturday when it split a conference doubleheader with the Battlers. Hvozdovic fanned eight and issued no walks in winning his third straight decision and extending his record to 6-4. He received all the runs he […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Shepherd got its first two conference wins of the softball season when it stopped visiting Ohio Valley, 10-1 and 8-0, in a doubleheader. The Lady Rams were 11-17 overall and 2-2 in the WVIAC. Ohio Valley was 10-10 overall and 3-3 in the conference. Both games were shortened by the mercy rule. Shannon […]

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Washington High’s softball team was in South Carolina last week for the Grand Strand tournament, an event that had six different brackets with 10 teams in each. The Patriots lost their opener on April 1 and then got a win the next afternoon. Rain disrupted play and caused Thursday’s games to […]

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With Jill Spuria and Mackenzie Littleton winning their singles matches, Washington was able to add three more points with doubles wins from Spuria/Amber Barr, Littleton/Dori Sanders and Jessica Barr/Molly Banfield to defeat Hedgesville, 5-2, in a girls tennis match played during the school’s spring break. Anna Gilpin and Alexa Cincinnati won singles matches for the […]

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Rams don hitting clothes to demolish West Liberty

SHEPHERDSTOWN — When West Liberty came to Shepherd’s Fairfax Field for a three-game Easter Weekend series, the Hilltoppers had a 10-1 conference record and the Rams were still reeling from having to forfeit meaningful games for the second straight season. When Friday’s free fall was over for the Hilltoppers, they had been stoned by the […]

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Martinsburg swept the four singles matches in defeating the Jefferson boys tennis team, 5-2. The Bulldogs’ No. 1 player, Grant Davis, stopped the Cougars’ Devin Forman, 8-0, and then No. 2 player, Carter Davis, recorded an 8-0 win over Isaac Washington. Owen Hamilton and Inigo Goiriena had Martinsburg’s other singles wins. Jefferson’s two team points […]

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With Molly Beck, Emily Widmyer, Hannah Beale and Sadie Tucker all posting singles wins, Martinsburg registered a 7-0 girls tennis win over visiting Jefferson. The Lady Bulldogs received doubles wins from Widmyer/Beck, Beale/Tucker and Sarah Fizer/Jessica Foreman. Jefferson defeated Hampshire for the second time this season, stopping the Lady Trojans, 7-0. Shelby Stanton, Bailey Johnson, […]

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WINCHESTER, Va. — Alexandra Witt pitched Jefferson’s Lady Cougars to 13-0 shutout win over host Millbrook in a softball game last Thursday that was abbreviated by the sport’s mercy rule. The Lady Cougars also went on the road to topple St. James, 15-0, in another game curtailed because of the same mercy rule. The game […]

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