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Two Hedgesville golfers carded the lowest rounds as the Eagles (160 strokes) defeated both Washington (173 strokes) and Musselman (205 strokes) in a triangular held at The Woods Resort in Berkeley County. The medalist was Hedgesville’s Owen Elliott who had a nine-hole score of 37. The Eagles’ Lawson Boggs had a round of 39. Washington’s […]

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Unbeatens, all

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Unbeaten. Untied. Let’s see if the county’s two high school football teams are also unimpressive or if they have used the short preparation time and minimal practice schedules allowed by the state and two scrimmages to be fully prepared when Washington is one of the first teams in the state to play and Jefferson attempts […]

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Washington High began its 2012 golf season with back-to-back team wins at the Tri-County tournament at The Woods Resort and then the Berkeley Springs Invitational at Cacapon State Park. In the rain-shortened Tri-County tournament, Ryan Mumaw fired a 58 over 15 holes to take medalist honors. The round was abbreviated because a rain storm moved […]

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Washington High will have two football scrimmages prior to opening its 2012 schedule on Thuursday, August 23 at Hedgesville. The first scrimmage will be held this Saturday, August 11 at 10 a. m. at home at Marcus Field against Clarke County. The second and final scrimmage will take place on Thursday, August 16 at Millbrook […]

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DeVaughn recruited

Washington grad to wrestle at Kansas two-year college BOB MADISON Spirit Staff When her senior year at Washington High had wrestler Crystal DeVaughn finding matches at both the varsity and junior varsity levels there wasn’t a hint she could be taking her love of the sport on to the college level. But a rapid-fire chain […]

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“Our key returnees will be Ryan Mumaw, Robert Fleming, Dylan Mumaw, Patrick Burgess, Tyler Sigler, and Hunter Hardy — our six top players from last year,” said Washington High golf coach Rusty Staubs. “We went to the state tournament last season and we’ll have the same goal again. I just hope we play a little […]

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Seniors Honored

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Ryan Pansch was unbeaten during his senior year at Washington High with a 7-0 pitching record and had an 0.36 earned run average. Fraser Brown was in his first season with Jefferson High and the second baseman batted .455 and was the team leader in hits, doubles, triples, and home runs. Both county high school […]

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Patriots don’t overcome deficit at Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT— With its 15th straight win, homestanding Bridgeport won its way to this week’s Class AAA state baseball tournament in Charleston. The Indians took a first-inning lead against Washington on Saturday and eventually had scored enough runs to lead 8-1. Even with the four runs it scored in the seventh, the Patriots fell, 8-5, in […]

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Washington teams repeat Regional tennis championships

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Both Washington High tennis teams repeated as the Class AAA, Region II champions when they posted lengthy wins at that tournament held last weekend on the courts at both Jefferson and Washington high schools. The Washington girls were crowned Regional titleists for the fourth straight year and the Patriot boys were winning their […]

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Sectional softball title won by Washington in extra innings

With Jefferson pitcher Alexandra Witt limiting Washington to six hits and two runs, the Cougars managed a 5-2 win over the Patriots in the first game of a best-of-three softball series that decided the winner of the Class AAA, Region II, Section 1 championship. Witt’s route-going performance had Jefferson just a win away from another […]

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