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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Washington repeated its oft-won Region II girls tennis championship when it held off Martinsburg’s threat, scoring 24 points to the Lady Bulldogs’ 17. Jefferson was seventh in the field of nine girls teams. Giving Washington wins in singles were both Amber Barr at No. 3 and Dori Sanders at No. 4. Both […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — With Devyn Hosby visiting the winners circle three times, Washington High was able to claim the girls Potomac Valley Conference track and field meet championship by a comfortable margin over runner-up Jefferson. The Patriots had 167 points and the Lady Cougars finished with 123 points. The other three schools entered were Hedgesville, […]

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Washington High improved its softball record to 10-13 when the Patriots outscored East Hardy, 17-16. The game was Washington’s final outing of the regular season schedule. East Hardy was 14-9 overall after the free-scoring loss.

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A three-run deficit didn’t deter Washington on Saturday when the Patriots rallied to score the game’s last four runs in a 5-4 win over Nitro High from Kanawha County. Nitro had taken a three-run lead in the top of the first. And Washington was busy chasing that lead for much of the sunny afternoon. The […]

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For the second time this season, Washington’s boys tennis team was able to win all the matches played against county rival, Jefferson. The result was another 7-0 win by the Patriots over the Cougars. The Patriot singles wins came from Will Wheatley, Cullen Irving, Austin Thomas and Tommy Wheatley. And the complete Washington success in […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — When Jefferson batted around and scored four times in the fifth inning, it had trumped Washington’s earlier lead. Cougar right-hander A.J. Boyd continued to keep the Patriots subdued with his nearly walk-free work, and with the help of several quality plays from his defense made his marginal run support hold up for […]

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Lady Patriots serve up 5th straight tennis title

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Washington High won its fifth straight Potomac Valley Conference girls tennis championship when it totaled 19 points in Friday’s one-day tournament held at Jefferson High. Jill Spuria defeated Musselman’s Madeline Flanagan, 8-1, in the finals in No. 1 singles. Amber Barr was the No. 3 singles titleist with an 8-3 win over […]

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Seven-run inning carries Patriots

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — A huge, seven-run inning was the impetus that shoved Washington past Jefferson, 15-6, in a softball game staged in Shenandoah Junction April 23. The win was the first for the Patriots in the three-game, regular season series the two schools played this winter/spring. Washington was 9-12 the victory and Jefferson was 16-8 […]

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Four-run inning, walks spell win for Patriots over Cougars

Jared Silva scattered his three walks and Washington used three first-inning walks to good advantage in scoring its only four runs as the Patriots dealt Jefferson a 4-1 loss April 17. The few walks Jefferson received and the definitive four-run inning were the two major factors in the Washington success that gave it a victory […]

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