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Patriots get four players named first-team all-state

To the victor go the spoils.

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Washington swimming coach Brian Bauer will have his work cut out for him this season trying to fill the void created by the graduation losses of Shawn Gee and Derek Carson.

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Pats repeat as sectional champions

Washington ousts Jefferson, 
preparing for Elkins matchup SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – The Washington girls’ soccer team went on a five-game winning streak shortly after failing to reach the back of the net on a hot, humid summer afternoon earlier this season in a storm-shortened scoreless tie against Elkins. That winning streak eventually came to an end […]

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Washington struggles as season nearing end

Patriots eye second victory in home finale against Hampshire INWOOD – A struggling Washington team has made a habit of falling behind big early on before showing life late with touchdown drives against the second-string defense. Things were much the same Friday night against conference rival Musselman. Musselman senior running back Donte Glover scored five […]

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Mumaw shoots team-best 164 during two days in Wheeling WHEELING – Dylan Mumaw led Washington with a team-best individual score of 164 as the Patriots finished fourth overall after two days and 36 holes of golf last week during the West Virginia high school championships. Mumaw shot a team-best 78 through 18 holes during Day […]

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Jefferson, Washington gear up for playoff runs

Cougars, Patriots wrapping up successful regular seasons SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – There are a few things head coach Chris Steffey can point to as key factors in the success this season of the Jefferson boys’ soccer program. Among them, senior goalie Daniel Hussion has been outstanding in net, and senior midfielder Anthony Wenner has constantly reinvigorated […]

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Washington welcomes bye week after dropping to 1-6 FRONT ROYAL, Va. – Things are slowly beginning to look up for Washington football. Unfortunately for the Patriots, they only have three games remaining and two of them are against talented conference opponents. Junior quarterback Chase Maccubbin completed 21-of-42 passes for a career-high 206 yards and three […]

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Reistrup making most of position change for talented Patriots’ program

Former forward helping lead stifling defense CHARLES TOWN – Cole Reistrup spent the better part of last season harassing opposing goalies, situating himself in front of the net and finishing the 2013 campaign as Washington’s second-leading scorer. So it came as no surprise that during a postseason team meeting between players the rising junior was […]

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Patriots send four to Class AAA state championships at Oglebay Resort in Wheeling CHARLES TOWN – It’s been more a case of reloading than rebuilding in recent years for the Washington golf program. That certainly continued this fall as well. The Patriots earned their fourth berth in as many years in the state Class AAA […]

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Bulldogs hand Patriots fifth-straight defeat

Washington to travel to Skyline on Friday as tough season continues CHARLES TOWN – Another week, another painful lesson for an overmatched Washington football team. On the bright side, one of the toughest scheduling stretches in the state has come to an end. Four-time defending Class AAA state champion Martinsburg scored early and often Friday […]

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