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Two Washington pitchers earn spots in prestigious showcase tournament

Patriots Burch, McKee chosen for 2014 Under Armour Fall Classic CHARLES TOWN – Two Washington High School baseball players have been selected to play in a prestigious fall showcase tournament this weekend in Florida. Washington senior pitchers Zac Burch and Mark McKee were chosen during open tryouts to play for one of three teams representing […]

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Washington girls build three-game winning streak

Patriots’ Atley Fortney, Haelly Ramirez lead   offensive barrage CHARLES TOWN – The Washington girls’ soccer team appears to have picked up the pace of late. That was bad news for opponents last week. The Patriots rattled off three consecutive victories in their most recent outings, including dominating wins against Musselman, Grafton and University. Washington (6-2-1) […]

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Looking for momentum

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Looking for momentum

Washington girls fighting for consistency this fall CHARLES TOWN – The Washington High School girls varsity soccer program has been a bit “hit or miss” early this season. Fortunately for the Patriots, their batting average remains relatively high. Junior midfielder Haelly Ramirez scored a hat trick during Washington’s 7-0 pounding of conference rival Martinsburg on […]

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Washington boys continue early season success

Sanders, Mawing apply stout pressure in victories CHARLES TOWN – Washington boys varsity soccer coach Kevin Robins is happy with his team’s record, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t see ways in which the Patriots can improve. Sophomore midfielder Stone Sanders had a hat trick and junior forward Alec Mawing scored a pair of goals […]

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Pats drop home opener against Spring Mills

Washington preparing for tough contest on the road at Sherando (Va.) CHARLES TOWN – Trailing by a little more than a touchdown at halftime, Washington quarterback Chase Maccubbin knew his team was still in the game against conference rival Spring Mills. The junior signal-caller was right. Sans an unfortunate penalty that called back a Patriots’ […]

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Patriots begin 2014 season after reaching state championship in ’13 CHARLES TOWN – Junior defenseman Brooke Thomson scored the game’s first goal, but defending state runner-up Washington surrendered a pair of unanswered scores and the Patriots dropped their season-opener 2-1 against Morgantown. Thomson put Washington ahead 1-0 in the 16th minute during action Saturday afternoon […]

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Washington looking to fill boys hoops vacancy

Athletic director: Patriots junior varsity coach now ‘frontrunner’ CHARLES TOWN – Washington High School athletic director Mark Murphy has said he hopes to have a new varsity boys’ basketball coach in place by the end of July. And barring anything unforeseen, that person is likely to be longtime junior varsity boys’ coach Alex Feliu. Former […]

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Regional champions

Patriots earn school’s first berth in state baseball tournament Washington headed to state semifinal game against Hurricane CHARLES TOWN – It’s hard to imagine how things could have gone better for Washington baseball this season. After all, the Patriots have already secured the first regional championship in program history, and a team riding a 14-game […]

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Patriots defend title

Washington girls claim sixth straight regional crown SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – Top-seeded singles player Mackenzie Littleton won three straight matches and the Washington girls’ tennis program won its sixth consecutive regional championship this past weekend, topping Martinsburg and Hedgesville, which tied for second. The Patriots also collected a singles victory from No. 3 seed Jessica Barr, […]

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Washington football coach Hash resigns

‘Hard decision’ to leave after six seasons atop Pats’ program CHARLES TOWN – The only head football coach Washington High School has ever known has resigned. Mark Hash, who has been atop the Patriots football program since the school opened and began play in 2008, stepped aside last week, citing his displeasure with the administrative […]

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