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Washington dedicated its months-old press box at Bruce Davidson Field when Sen. Joe Manchin threw out a ceremonial first pitch, and then closed its baseball regular season with a 14-8 over visiting Petersburg on Friday. The Patriots completed the season with a 15-13 record. The Patriots took a 4-1 lead after two innings. Ryan Pansch […]

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Washington pitcher limits Jefferson to one hit

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— With Devin Williams limiting homestanding Jefferson to only one hit and fanning 10 Lady Cougars along the way, Washington was able to register the school’s first-ever softball win over their county rivals. Williams was in command from the outset as the Patriots came away with a 4-1 win in the Sectional game. Washington […]

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Washington moved past the break-even point with its girls softball record when it defeated Musselman, 4-3, on its home field last Thursday. The Patriots were 12-11 overall while the loss left the Lady Applemen with an 18-10 overall mark. Aja Matlock’s clutch single in the last of the seventh plated Madi Dan with the game-deciding […]

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Washington dominated visiting St. Maria Goretti, winning in shutout fashion (7-0) over the Gaels in a boys tennis match played on the Patriot courts on Wednesday last. The Patriots had wins in all four singles matches as Austin Thomas (No. 3), Alden Roth (No. 4), Patrik Haglund (No. 2), and Will Wheatley (No. 1) took […]

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Patriots start well in softball Sectional, beating Trojans

Washington opened play in the double elimination Class AAA, Region II, Section 1 softball tournament with an 8-2 win over Hampshire. The game was played on Washington’s home field on Monday evening. The Patriots found themselves trailing 2-0 after a half-inning before using Hampshire mistakes to score three times in their half of the first. […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— The Washington boys tennis team rolled to its 19th straight win with a 7-0 blanking of Jefferson on the Cougars’ home courts. The four Washington singles wins came from Will Wheatley (No. 1), Patrik Haglund (No. 2), Austin Thomas (No. 3), and Alden Roth (No. 4). In the three doubles matches, all won […]

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INWOOD— Even though the No. 2 doubles match couldn’t be completed because rain caused it to be cancelled, the Washington boys tennis team handily defeated Musselman, 6-0, last Thursday. Washington improved its overall record to 21-1 with the victory over its Regional rival. The four singles matches all were won by Washington with Will Wheatley […]

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INWOOD— In the six girls tennis matches the Washington girls played last Thursday against Musselman, the Patriots won them all. The only blip Washington faced was when rain cancelled the No. 4 singles match . . . and the Patriots settled for a 6-0 win that improved their overall record to 19-3. The three singles […]

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HAGERSTOWN, Md.— Washington evened its overall softball record at 11-11 with a runaway 21-0 win over St. Maria Goretti in a three-inning game halted by the mercy rule. Amber Curry had a three-run home run and winning pitcher Carly Jansure was credited with five RBIs. Christina Collins was credited with a 3-for-4 afternoon and had […]

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SUCCESS In Smithsburg

SMITHSBURG, MD.— At the Smithsburg Invitational track and field meet it was the Washington High girls winning the team championship (with 114 points) and the Jefferson boys claiming their own title (with 128 points) in their division. [/caption] Washington’s girls prevailed over runner-up Catoctin (74 points), third-place Smithsburg (70 points), and eighth-place Jefferson (32 points). […]

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