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Wake up the echoes

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Wake up the echoes

WESTON — Qualifying 11 wrestlers for this week’s state tournament, Washington High repeated as the Class AAA, Region II champion on Saturday in Lewis County. The Patriots had five weight-class champions in Ty Reynolds (106), Tyler Sigler (120), Jared Jones (138), Dylan Ceravalo (160), and R.J. Wilson (195) as they racked up 240.5 team points […]

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The Washington girls basketball team defeated visiting Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy, 41-27, Thursday on the Patriots’ floor. Washington had a 12-10 overall record to take into the Class AAA, Region II, Section 1 tournament tonight against Martinsburg in Berkeley County. Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy finished with a 17-3 overall record with a schedule that included […]

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Rebounds, defense lift Pats past Warriors

Washington coach Don Bullett could check off the good things that his boys team accomplished in stopping visiting Sherando High, 58-41, on Friday night. The Patriots had 17 more rebounds than the Warriors, then 14-7 overall with the loss. Bullett’s team made eight three-point field goals in the second half where Washington outscored Sherando by […]

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Patriots pin Potomac Valley teams

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — With the weight class wins it got from Dylan Ceravalo (160), Ty Reynolds (106), and Tyler Cross (132) as well as the second-place showings turned in by Tyler Sigler (120), Mark Becraft (145), Zane Bradbury (170), R. J. Wilson (182), and Ashby Heath (220), the Washington Patriots won the 10-school Potomac Valley […]

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CHARLES TOWN — Washington got five pins in its 39-34 dual wrestling match win over visiting Musselman, and none was more important than the one registered by P. J. Bowlin at 195 pounds. Bowlin was able to pin Musselman’s Brady Estep in the second period of their match giving the Patriots a chance to move […]

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Bulldogs bully past Pats, 61-42

Basically a team with six effective players to begin with, Washington had that number reduced by one for its important Sectional game against Martinsburg. Three-year regular Kendell Smith was missing with a leg injury. The Bulldogs don’t have a numbers problem. They have possibly the deepest team in the state. Generally, 10 players score, 10 […]

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’Dogs stop Pats

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MARTINSBURG — Even making only 10-of-22 free throws, Martinsburg’s girls team built a 20-point lead after three quarters and then coasted home with a 52-41 win over visiting Washington last Tuesday at the Field House. The Patriots were only able to score one point in the second quarter and fell behind, 27-14, at the half. […]

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INWOOD — The best part of Washington’s girls basketball game with homestanding Musselman came in the second quarter where the Patriots more than doubled the Lady Applemen’s scoring output. Washington was able to erase the seven-point deficit it had faced after the first quarter and eventually trimmed the Lady Applemen, 49-48, last Thursday at the […]

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Eight Patriots unbeaten in quad-match competition

Washington registered wrestling wins over Jefferson (65-12), Mercersburg Academy (53-18), and Hampshire (54-13) in a quad -match last Wednesday. Jefferson posted a 42-36 win over Hampshire and fell to Mercersburg Academy (39-37) in its other two dual matches that evening. Washington had eight wrestlers go through the three duals with unbeaten 3-0 individual records. Jefferson’s […]

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MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Mercersburg Academy scored the game’s last three points on free throws as the Blue Storm edged Washington’s girls basketball team, 61-58, last Tuesday. Hanna Warfield made one free throw with about a minute left and then Sidney Reath made two more in the last seconds to clinch the Blue Storm win. Warfield […]

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