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MARTINSBURG — Even making only 10-of-22 free throws, Martinsburg’s girls team built a 20-point lead after three quarters and then coasted home with a 52-41 win over visiting Washington last Tuesday at the Field House. The Patriots were only able to score one point in the second quarter and fell behind, 27-14, at the half. […]

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INWOOD — The best part of Washington’s girls basketball game with homestanding Musselman came in the second quarter where the Patriots more than doubled the Lady Applemen’s scoring output. Washington was able to erase the seven-point deficit it had faced after the first quarter and eventually trimmed the Lady Applemen, 49-48, last Thursday at the […]

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PHILIPPI — Emily Daniel scored a game high 27 points and sailed past the 1,000-point career mark as Shepherd dispatched homestanding Alderson-Broaddus, 73-60, in a WVIAC womens game on Saturday at the Rex Pyles Arena. Daniel had 1,025 points when the Lady Rams (9-10 overall and 8-7 in the conference) traveled to play league rival […]

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The Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Commission will offer passing skills/7-on-7 camps beginning on March 17 at Sam Michaels Park near Zoar. The camps will be led by WVSSAC and USA football certified coaches and will focus on fundamentals. The camps will be held on Sundays beginning March 17 and going through May 19 from […]

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ELKINS — Chad Moore scored six of his game-high 36 points in overtime as Shepherd got back on the winning track with an 86-82 win over homestanding Davis & Elkins. The WVIAC win left the Rams with a 9-7 conference record and a 12-8 overall mark. The Senators were 6-14 overall and 5-11 in the […]

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HEDGESVILLE — Despite Jalen Smith’s five three-point field goals and 19 points, Jefferson was never able to bother homestanding Hedgesville, losing 74-47, in a game that counted in the seeding of the area teams for the upcoming Class AAA Sectional tournament. The Cougars went to 3-10 overall with the loss. Hedgesville jumped out to 21-5 […]

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Rams fall to UP-J, Bluefield

SHEPHERDSTOWN — At least nobody got hurt. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng again to view it. The rest of this article is exclusive, , click “buy” and view it instantly. Exclusive content Already have a Cleeng account? Welcome back! Log-in […]

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BLUEFIELD — Bluefield outscored Shepherd, 21-8, from the free throw line and dealt the Rams a critical loss on Saturday at the Shott gym. The Big Blues had only one win in their 17 previous games, but went 21-for-27 from the line (as compared with Shepherd’s meager 8-for-13 showing) to defeat the visiting Rams, 92-83, […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Even a thunderous 29-point, six-rebound game from Emily Daniel couldn’t save Shepherd from a 90-80 conference loss at the hands of visiting Pitt-Johnstown Monday at the Butcher Center. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng again to view it. The […]

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Eight Patriots unbeaten in quad-match competition

Washington registered wrestling wins over Jefferson (65-12), Mercersburg Academy (53-18), and Hampshire (54-13) in a quad -match last Wednesday. Jefferson posted a 42-36 win over Hampshire and fell to Mercersburg Academy (39-37) in its other two dual matches that evening. Washington had eight wrestlers go through the three duals with unbeaten 3-0 individual records. Jefferson’s […]

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