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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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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Jefferson had its problems with the Musselman wrestlers last Wedneday, dropping a 55-16 verdict to the Applemen in a dual match held at home. Several matches into the dual, Musselman had an early 9-0 lead when it got a pin at 152 and a 5-1 decision from Danny Arndt against Jefferson’s Shane […]

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HEDGESVILLE — A last-minutes scoring flurry moved Hedgesville past Washington, 62-56, in a Sectional girls basketball game played last Thursday. Coach Ben Merica’s Lady Eagles trailed until the final two minutes when they converted a telling number of free throws to win for the ninth time in 16 games. Washington was losing its third straight […]

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For the second time this season, the Millbrook High girls basketball team found the ways to beat Washington. The Lady Pioneers had won by only five points in a home game in Winchester, but bettered that margin with a 50-31 win on Washington’s home boards last Wednesday. The Lady Pioneers improved to 11-2 overall while […]

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Osborne, Moore lead Rams over Cards

SHEPHERDSTOWN — At Shepherd, “tenacious” is spelled Aeron Spencer, the best of the Rams’ defenders. And “intense” is spelled Marcus Pilgrim, an always-ready guard who doesn’t rest. Those two reserves were starters last season. Their assets sometimes go overlooked. Two Shepherd players who weren’t overlooked on Monday when the Rams outworked and outhustled visiting Wheeling […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Washington had a 2-1 girls swimming record in a quad held on Saturday at the Shepherd Wellness Center. The Patriots had wins over Musselman (55-28) and Hampshire (62-31) while falling to St. Maria Goretti (65-28). The Lady Gaels went 3-0 in their meets, also defeating Musselman (74-20) and Hampshire (76-18). Washington’s wins in […]

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