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The Baylor Bears have scored at least 45 points in seven straight games. Of course, only three of those seven games have been played here in 2012. The other four came when the high-flying scoring circus had Heisman Trophy quarterback RGIII at the helm of the green and gold offensive machine. It’s bells and whistles […]

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HEDGESVILLE — With wins by game scores of 25-12, 25-15, and 25-17, it was homestanding Hedgesville defeating Jefferson, 3-0, in a volleyball match. Jefferson had a 1-7 overall mark. The loss was Jefferson’s seventh straight after a season-opening win at St. Maria Goretti. Hedgesville was able to open lengthy leads in all three games. Jefferson’s […]

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Goals come in droves

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BERKELEY SPRINGS — Goals came in droves for the Jefferson girls as they drowned host Berkeley Springs, 9-0, in a girls soccer match. High-scoring Rachel Ransom had four goals and Becca Colbert kept up her mid-season scoring antics with her three goals. Ransom even counted three goals in just a five-minute interval during the first […]

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FROSTBURG, Md. — Washington’s girls soccer team had goals from Brianna Hester, Devyn Hosby, and Natalie Adams as the Patriots blanked Altoona (Pa.) High, 3-0. It was Washington defeating host Mountain Ridge, 2-1, to win the championship of the weekend event. The decisive Washington goal came in the second half from Hester and pushed Washington […]

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Stopping Millbrook

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Stopping Millbrook
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Tangled feet

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Tangled feet
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BERKELEY SPRINGS— Even with a two-goal lead at the half, the Jefferson boys soccer team hadn’t come close to putting away host Berkeley Springs. But when the second half started, the Cougars quickly opened the offensive doors and peppered the homestanding Indians with four straight goals in very short order. The result of the early […]

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MERCERBURG, Pa. — As an all-day rain continued falling last Tuesday, Mercersburg Academy moved its soccer match against the Washington boys from the grass to an artificial turf field. The Blue Storm fell behind when Washington’s Daniel Bouchoc scored after getting through two center backs to fire an on-target, low trajectory shot past Mercersburg Academy […]

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Minnich’s rookie summer ends without a home run

When the Boston Red Sox received reports from their scouts on the possible future in professional baseball of Shepherd first baseman Nathan Minnich, the organization’s braintrust was told “He has already hit home runs, already shown power.” It is the primary job of baseball scouts to predict and project what an amateur player might do […]

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STEPHENS CITY, Va. — It was Homecoming at Sherando High last Friday. And the Warriors celebrated only their second win of the football season, taking a 50-7 decision over visiting Jefferson High. The Warriors, who were able to completely stymie the Jefferson ground game, improved to 2-3 overall while the Cougars went to 1-4 in […]

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