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SHEPHERDSTOWN — With Alex Tamaz having her best half of the season, Shepherd made the last five minutes of the opening half against Seton Hill so meaningful that it scored 20 points and broke away from a 29-29 tie to lead 49-34 by the intermission. And that was just the tip of the Shepherd spear. […]

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SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — The Shippensburg boys swim team won its first meet of the season to improve to 1-7 overall when it defeated Jefferson, 92-85. The Greyhounds won all but two of the 12 events held when Chris Dixon, Quinn Slattery and Pablo Delis all won two individual races. Delis also swam on two winning […]

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Transfer player leads Falcons win over Rams

Senior Malik Smith came to Fairmont from St. John’s SHEPHERDSTOWN — Transfers don’t have a good reputation when it comes to those that move from place to place to play basketball. Too many of them don’t turn out to be classroom models. Or even helpful on the court to the teams where they move. Fairmont […]

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Patriots pummel Pioneers, 74-56

WINCHESTER, Va. — Balanced scoring and an effective defense were two parts of Washington’s equation in its 74-56 road win over Millbrook last Wednesday. The Patriots improved to 9-3 in beating the host Pioneers for the second time this season. Washington’s pressure defense was able to keep Rze Culbreath and his teammates off balance with […]

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Lady Rams clip Falcons’ wings in overtime

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Working overtime gave Shepherd its most important women’s basketball win of the season on Saturday afternoon at the Butcher Center. Fairmont, uncomfortably residing in first place in the 15-team WVIAC, made a run behind its full-court pressure defense to overcome a 15-point deficit and send the game into overtime. But in the overtime, […]

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MARTINSBURG — After moving to fourth place in the latest WVMat.com ratings of Class AAA state wrestling teams, Washington High floored host Martinsburg, 64-18, last Wednesday at the Bulldogs’ Fieldhouse. The Patriots had improved their lot with WVMat.com by finishing second to Point Pleasant in the 33-team Winner’s Choice tournament in Fairmont over the weekend […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Washington swimmers Shawn Gee and Derek Carter had individual success in a quad meet held at Shepherd on Saturday. But it was St. Maria Goretti High from Hagerstown that posted 3-0 records in the boys division and another 3-0 team record in the girls division. Gee won both the 100 freestyle and the […]

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Winless no more

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VIENNA — Previously winless Ohio Valley finally broke through with a victory when it stunned visiting Shepherd, 81-76, in a WVIAC women’s basketball game on Monday. The Fighting Scots were 1-14 overall and 1-10 in the conference. Shepherd fell heavily to 7-9 overall and 6-6 in the WVIAC. Jasmine Gibson hurt Shepherd throughout as she […]

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Many happy returns

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VIENNA — On Monday, Austin Cunningham made a triumphant return of sorts to the college he once played for and scored 27 points for his new school (Shepherd) as the Rams overcame a sluggish first half to trim conference rival Ohio Valley, 95-80. Cunningham played for the Fighting Scots as a freshman before transferring to […]

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INWOOD — By making 12 free throws in the fourth quarter, the Musselman girls held off Jefferson’s bid for its second win of the basketball season. The Lady Applemen posted a 57-54 win last Thursday at the Charles C. Cline Court. Musselman was 6-7 overall with the Sectional win, while Jefferson was 1-14 with the […]

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