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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Jefferson was able to find its way through the Musselman girls soccer defense often enough to score five goals en route to a 5-2 win over the visiting Lady Applemen last Tuesday. Jefferson jumped its overall record to 5-3-0 and snapped a two-match losing streak in the process. The Lady Cougars dismissed […]

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Fairmont defensive back and starter Ryland Newman has been named the WVIAC Special Teams Player of the Week for his play in the Fighting Falcons 24-17 overtime loss at Bowie State. The former Jefferson High athlete, now a senior at Fairmont, recovered two blocked kicks against the Bulldogs, one of which he returned 57 yards […]

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The weather on Sept. 13 was perfect for golf. As the 2012 season winds down for the Sleepy Hollow Ladies, they played the fun game “Bingle, Bangle, Bungle”. The first to chip onto the green gets one point. The second point goes to the player that chips closest to the flag. The third point is […]

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West Virginia has a second-year coach whose record as the architect of the Mountaineer offense is now 12-3. Maryland has a second-year coach whose record as the crossing guard of the Terrapin open door for any player wanting to transfer is now 4-11. An architect against a director of outgoing traffic. That’s the sideline comparison […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Once-beaten Musselman defeated host Jeffertson, 3-0, in a volleyball match played last Tuesday. The three game scores were 25-4, 25-8, and 25-11. The Lady Applemen improved their overall record to 12-1 while the Lady Cougars were 1-5 overall. Musselman is unbeaten against all area opposition. Musselman’s Corisha Smith dominated the first two […]

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Shepherd has a loss. Not a season-crippling loss, mind you. But a loss that means no NCAA playoffs if the Rams don’t become the WVIAC champions come mid-November. The Rams lost two conference games last season. Even though the overall record with an exemplary 9-2, there was no playoff bid extended by the NCAA. It […]

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BALTIMORE — In Baltimore, it’s the first glimpse of a pennant scramble since Armando Benitez and B. J. Surhoff were in town. Way back in 1997. Hardly a person was able to deal with life without a cellphone. But Baltimore baseball had substance. It was more than the cellar dwellers of recent vintage. And now […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — It wasn’t a win. In fact, Jefferson once trailed by four touchdowns in the first half. But then the Cougars limited unbeaten Dunbar (Washington, D. C.) to just one score in its last five possessions and were outscored by only seven points in the second half. Jefferson actually could take a few […]

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Patriots kept off balance by Musselman, James Wood, Sherando volleyball

INWOOD — Unbeaten Musselman was forceful in all three games of its shutout, 3-0, volleyball win over visiting Washington. The 7-0-0 Lady Applemen demonstrated their power and talent taking the first game (25-11) and following that success with wins in Game Two (25-13) and Game Three (25-11). Taylor Lord had 18 kills and 13 digs […]

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MARTINSBURG — With Essence Underwood accounting for 19 points, Sophia Foster 10 kills, Karli Boober eight kills and 13 digs, Alexus Bonner 18 assists and eight service points, and Keisha Nunn 19 digs, Martinsburg’s volleyball team was able to deal visiting Jefferson a 3-1 loss in a match played in the Martinsburg Field House on […]

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