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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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Washington’s golfers were led by the nine-hole round of 34 turned in by low medalist Ryan Mumaw when they grouped together to defeat visiting St. Maria Goretti at the Locust Hill course outside Charles Town. Mumaw’s under-par round actually set a Washington High scoring record for nine holes. Also counting toward Washington’s team total of […]

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Patriots, Cougars come up empty in losses

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — The first quarter had only minutes left before it ended. Millbrook already had three touchdowns in its game against Jefferson. After halftime, the Pioneers scored another three touchdowns in the third quarter alone. In all, the once-beaten Pioneers had eight touchdowns before the mandatory fourth quarter was played . . . and […]

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Patriots blank Elkins, 1-0

Myles Newhouse scored the match’s only goal when Washington defeated visiting Elkins, 1-0, in boy’s soccer on Saturday at Marcus Stadium. The victory moved Washington’s overall record to 2-2-1 and left the Tigers with a 5-3-1 overall mark. The match was scoreless at halftime before Newhouse scored early in the second half. Washington goalkeeper Ted […]

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Kowalski, Patriot defense allow one goal in tie

After a two-match road trip to Parkersburg and Charleston, the Washington boys soccer team was back home at Marcus Stadium to play Sectional rival Martinsburg. The two rivals would hustle and battle through 80 minutes with the result being a 1-1 tie. After nearly 38 minutes of the first half, Martinsburg scored the first goal […]

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Strasburg completed one pass in its win over host Washington, a little screen toss to Todd Dean that he ran for 32 yards. But the Rams didn’t need to successfully pass against the Patriots to win. Strasburg could run. The Rams could also stop the run. After building a 29-point lead, the Rams coasted home […]

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WINCHESTER, Va. — Washington High opened its volleyball season with a loss on the road at Millbrook High in Winchester. The homestanding Pioneers had split the first four games of the match with the Patriots before winning the deciding fifth game that gave them a 3-2 match win.

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A fun-filled opener to Washington’s girls soccer season saw the Patriots stop visiting Berkeley Springs, 10-0, on Tuesday, August 21. Five Washington players scored goals. Leading the scoring parade was Brianna Hester who posted four goals. Kayleigh Pierce was able to add two goals and Erin Buchanan, McKenzie Turner, and Katelyn Silveous each added one […]

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Effective defense, scoring onslaught shown by Patriots in opener

After reaching its season all the way to the Class AAA state championship game a year ago, the Washington boys soccer team showed early signs it could be a force again here in 2012 when the season opener was won, 8-0, over visiting Berkeley Springs. Some of the first-game highlights were two goals by Ben […]

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HEDGESVILLE — Two games into its boys soccer season, Jefferson was still without a loss . . . or a win. The Cougars opened the season with a tie against University and then had to settle for a 0-0 tie the second time out when they visited Hedgesville last Tuesday night. The Cougars were 0-0-2 […]

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