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Patriots edge Martinsburg

Washington left Myrtle Beach S.C., and its division of the Mingo Bay Tournament with an 8-2 loss to area Georgetown High. Back in West Virginia, the Patriots defeated Martinsburg, 6-5, on April 17. That win was the Patriots’ 11th of the season. Last Thursday, Washington went to Frederick County (Va.) and never really generated much […]

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ROMNEY— With a three-run fifth inning and a four-run sixth inning, Washington was able to overcome an early deficit to defeat homestanding Hampshire, 11-2, in a softball game played on Saturday in Hampshire County. The Patriots even added another four runs in the seventh for good measure. Devin Williams recorded the pitching win, moving her […]

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC— On its final day in South Carolina at the Mingo Bay Tournament, the Washington baseball team dropped an 8-2 decision to Georgetown (SC) to finish its six-game stand with a 4-2 record including one forfeit win. In the Friday, April 13 loss to Georgetown, the Patriots were led at the plate by […]

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Washington was able to post a convincing 6-1 win over homestanding Hedgesville in a girls tennis match played on Saturday. The Patriots won three of the four singles matches played— Jill Spuria (No. 2), Melissa Sirbaugh (No. 3), and McKenzie Littleton (No. 4). In sweeping all three doubles matches, Washington completed the afternoon’s success. Sirbaugh/Littleton […]

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BUCKHANNON — Washington ran its boys tennis team record all the way to 16-1 when it posted a 7-0 win against Buckhannon. The win was Washington’s 16th straight after losing its season opener to John Handley High of Winchester. In the four singles matches, Washington’s Will Wheatley, Patrik Haglund, Austin Thomas, and Alden Roth had […]

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MYRTLE BEACH, (SC)— On Tuesday of last week, Washington dropped an 11-2 decision to West Hill (NY) in the weeklong baseball tournament it was participating in while in Myrtle Beach, but then came back on Wednesday to defeat St. Edmund’s (NY), 10-0, in a game shortened to just five innings by the mercy rule. The […]

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PARKERSBURG— The Big Reds of Parkersburg decisioned the Washington girls tennis team, 6-1, last week. Parkersburg claimed wins in all three doubles matches and lost only the No. 3 singles match to the Patriots’ Melissa Sirbaugh. Later on that Thursday, Washington posted an easy, 7-0, win over Williamstown. The winning Patriots in the four singles […]

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PARKERSBURG— A crucial win at No. 2 doubles by Austin Thomas/Alden Roth was important in Washington’s 4-3 team win over Parkersburg last Thursday. The Patriots moved their overall record to 9-1 when they defeated Williamstown, 7-0. Roth (No. 4), Thomas (No. 3), Patrick Haglund (No. 2), and Will Wheatley (No. 1) all posted singles wins […]

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Pansch cages Cougars with 14 strikeouts

Ryan Pansch struck out 14 as Washington High moved to the top of the Class AAA, Region II, Section 1 regular season standings with a comfortable 9-0 blanking of intracounty rival Jefferson High. The Patriots were 2-0 in Sectional games and 6-7 overall. Jefferson was 1-1 (8-4 overall) in the Section and Hampshire was 0-2. […]

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The Washington girls blanked the Jefferson tennis team, 7-0, to run their winning streak to seven straight matches. Washington started the season with a loss to Handley High of Winchester, but has won all its other matches this season. After wins in the singles matches from Angela Pittinger (No. 1), Jill Spuria (No. 2), Melissa […]

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