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Jefferson’s star receiver collects first-team all-state honors

It hardly comes as a surprise.

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Shepherd storms out to best start in eight seasons

Opponents still don’t know exactly what to make of the Shepherd women’s basketball team and that’s just fine with sophomore guard Cara Mason.

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Cougars to reap dividends from maturing players

Richard Lewis always considered it a three-year building project.

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West Virginia-bred Golden Years wins open stake in Maryland

While many of the state-bred stakes races at Charles Town this year have long been decided as are, perhaps, the various divisional honors among state-bred runners and horse of the year, a quartet of talented West Virginia-bred horses arrived in Maryland on Saturday afternoon to compete in open stakes and allowance races that have typically been tough tasks.

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Shepherd lineman Shelton earns first-team all-region honors

Shepherd senior offensive tackle Isaiah Shelton has been named a first-team all-region selection while teammates Levi Barber and C.J. Davis collected second team honors following a vote by regional college sports information directors.

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Charlottesville team name melds baseball, presidential history

The Charles Town Cannons are no longer the new kids on the block.

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Pats eyeing continued improvement in times

Washington sophomore Daniel Carson placed second in the 200 freestyle and third in the 100 breaststroke as the Patriots boys finished fifth overall Saturday during a competitive 12-school invitational.

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Alone on top

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Alone on top

Nothing drives Jenna Eckleberry crazy like a careless turnover.

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Rams seek consistency as campaign gains steam

Justin Namolik has figured a few things out about his basketball team.

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Cougars enjoy strong showing in Sweet Springs

Jefferson sophomore Kaelyn Gardner won the 100 butterfly and classmate Nicholas Mazaleski won the 100 freestyle as the Cougars made a strong showing Saturday during a competitive 12-school meet that saw many local swimmers drop time.

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