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Washington cruised past Musselman, 96.5-42.5, to win the girls division of the Washington-Musselman track and field dual meet. Both Devyn Hosby and Destiny Harrison won two individual events. Hosby won the 100 meters and the 200 meters and Harrison won the 400 meters and the 800 meters. Faith Stone posted a win in the 3200 […]

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West Virginia is down to seven scholarship basketball players now that sophomores Jabarie Hinds, Aaron Brown and Volodymyr Gerun have revealed that they will transfer. Added to 2013 seniors Matt Humphrey, Deniz Kilicli and Dominique Rutledge, the transfer of the three sophomores means there are now six members of the 2012-13 team that will not […]

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MARTINSBURG — Jefferson pitched well and ran well against Martinsburg. With senior right-hander A.J. Boyd notching one shutout inning after another and baserunners stealing or taking extra bases from the outset, the Cougars blanked the Bulldogs, 7-0, last Wednesday at cold P.O. Faulkner Park. The win was Jefferson’s fourth straight and made its record 6-2. […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — After unloading RBIs, hits and runs scored against West Liberty in Shepherd’s sweep of a Friday doubleheader, the Rams’ Ryan Messina continued to wreck the Hilltoppers on Saturday when he went 3-for-4 with a home run in a 7-3 win. By winning all three weekend games, the Rams moved past the Hilltoppers in […]

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Boone delivers RBIs as Cougars down T.J. Patriots

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — One first-year starter on Jefferson’s baseball team has settled into his new role as an outfielder and been the team’s most consistent hitter. Senior Kyle Boone is listed as a catcher. He didn’t start the season’s first few games, but once inserted into the lineup in left field Boone has provided consistent […]

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From basketball showman to author, that’s Hot Rod

Not too many people live their lives in distinct stages. Most go through their school years, try to find suitable employment, marry, reach retirement age and see what the grandchildren have in mind. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng again to […]

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Former Cougar stars achieve their baseball goals

Both players were multi-year starters when playing on winning baseball teams at Jefferson High. Both players moved from the high school ranks on to Frederick Community College, a two-year junior college in Maryland that has done well in its own state-wide league and then won its way to the World Series through a District championship. […]

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Big inning keeps Rams in hunt

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Conference doubleheaders spaced so closely together can bedevil a coach’s pitching plans. It happened again in the middle of last week when Shepherd wasted three innings of no-hit pitching by first-game starter Davis Hall. The Rams were playing Charleston on another of a long series of raw and wintry afternoons. Two days afterward, […]

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Shepherd basketball player Chad Moore has been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Division II All-Atlantic District team. Moore becomes the first player in Shepherd history to get first-team NCAA Division II All-Region honors. Moore led the WVIAC in scoring (22.9 points a game) and ranked eighth nationally. He had nine rebounds […]

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An eight-player first-team Class AAA All-State basketball squad has been named and it includes Travis Tomer (University), Donte Nabors (Woodrow Wilson), Donte Grantham (Martinsburg), Nathan Adrian (Morgantown), Chase Connor (Shady Spring), Luke Eddy (George Washington), Wes Mitchem (Parkersburg South) and Ryan Meadows (Princeton). The second-team also has eight players and they are Dominique Newman (Washington), […]

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