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WINCHESTER, Va. — Jefferson’s girls basketball team remained winless at 0-5 when it lost to Handley, 39-34, last Tuesday in the Hunter Maddox/Jimmy Omps gym on the campus of Handley High. Sherando High defeated Jefferson, 54-40, last Wednesday night. The Warriors improved to 3-2 overall while Jefferson remained winless in Coach Chris Custer’s first season. […]

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WINCHESTER, Va.  — Handley improved its early-season record to 4-1 last Tuesday when it stopped Jefferson, 74-53, in a boys basketball game that found the Cougars, then 0-3 overall, on the road for the first time. Cameron Jackson paced the once-beaten Judges in scoring with his 23 points. Jefferson had Jalen Smith score 15 points […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Holy Family routed Shepherd, 68-44, in a women’s basketball game played on Saturday at the Butcher Center. The nation’s 10th-ranked NCAA Division II team moved its record to 9-1 overall while Shepherd lost for the third straight time and had 2-5 record to take to Wheeling Jesuit tonight (Wednesday). Shepherd had 25 turnovers […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — On the weekend, Jefferson’s boys defeated Washington (60-31), Hampshire (71-20), and Brunswick (69-20). The Jefferson girls beat Washington (62-29), Hampshire (72-19), and Brunswick (68-17). Simmons won the 100 backstroke and the 100 butterfly. It was deBuchananne winning both the 200 freestyle and the 500 freestyle. Wiercioch, Devin Forman, and David Orr won individual […]

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West Virginia defeats Virginia Tech

West Virginia defeats Virginia Tech photos by Christopher Jackson

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Whenever Jefferson made a move toward the Warrior lead, Sherando was able to keep the Cougars at arm’s length on Friday when the Virginians claimed a 74-63 win. Jefferson was 0-2 with its second consecutive home court loss to begin the boys basketball season. Sherando went to 3-1 overall. It was in […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Even though it had a lead throughout the game against conference foe Davis & Elkins, there was a palpable sense of uneasiness about Shepherd’s slight advantage. Too many starters were being removed with two first-half fouls. And only Jimyse Brown was contributing much among the reserves that constantly replaced starters Alex Weakland, Emily […]

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CHARLES TOWN — Handley came to Washington High with a 3-0 record achieved against Clarke County and Fauquier. The Patriots had played once and had won on the road against Sherando. After Washington had used its overall quickness and useful defense to defuse anything Handley tried, it was obvious the Judges hadn’t seen the Patriots’ […]

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West Virginia won its last two games. Syracuse was once wallowing with its 4-5 record before it righted the season with saving wins over Louisville, Missouri, and Temple. Both teams needed to find wins at the end or they would have stayed home and answered the kind of questions neither wanted to hear. The Mountaineers […]

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