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With Jill Spuria and Mackenzie Littleton winning their singles matches, Washington was able to add three more points with doubles wins from Spuria/Amber Barr, Littleton/Dori Sanders and Jessica Barr/Molly Banfield to defeat Hedgesville, 5-2, in a girls tennis match played during the school’s spring break. Anna Gilpin and Alexa Cincinnati won singles matches for the […]

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HEDGESVILLE — Scoring six runs in its first two turns gave Hedgesville the impetus to beat Washington, 7-5, in a girls softball game played last Wednesday night. Molly Seibert had a two-RBI single in the first. Five Hedgesville hits led to a four-run second inning. Seibert drove in two more runs. Washington scored the game’s […]

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Fun day for Patriots

CHARLES TOWN  – The win was Butts’ second of the season and left the Eagles with a 5-2 overall record. He fanned five. Washington was 2-3 overall as pitcher Jared Silva was charged with his second loss of the year. Tyler Anders, Troy Markley and Hunter Knight had RBIs for the Eagles. The Patriots evened […]

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Washington was finally able to open its girls tennis schedule, and the Patriots blanked Musselman, 7-0. Singles winners for Washington were Jill Spuria, Mackenzie Littleton, Amber Barr, and Dori Sanders. The two doubles matches played were won by Spuria/Amber Barr and Jessica Barr/Laurel Shuff and then Littleton/Sanders received a forfeit win. In a 6-1 team […]

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Washington evens softball record

Even though Amber Curry drilled a home run and had two hits, Washington found homestanding Musselman too difficult to handle and dropped a 14-4 season-opening softball decision to the Lady Applemen. Musselman was 2-0 with the victory. Sabrina Shroades was Musselman’s winning pitcher, and Nikki Dusing had three doubles and four RBIs to pace the […]

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After opening its season against the most talented team (Handley) on its schedule, Washington turned to area competition and posted a 7-0 shutout win over Musselman. In the No. 1 through No. 4 singles matches, the Patriots had wins from Will Wheatley, Cullen Irving, Austin Thomas and Tommy Wheatley. In the doubles matches, Will Wheatley/Irving, […]

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INWOOD — Musselman’s six-run first inning was the difference-maker when it dealt Washington a 7-3 loss that leveled the Patriots record at 1-1 and left the Applemen with a 2-1 mark. Four Washington errors, several walks and several singles had the Applemen send 10 men to the plate in the first inning. Washington starter Jared […]

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Vazquez signs with Glenville
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Patriots fall just short in semifinals bid

CHARLESTON — When it was trailing 10-0, getting through its semifinal state tournament game against Martinsburg with a win looked improbable for Washington. Afterall, the Patriots had already lost three times this season to the Bulldogs. After committing eight turnovers, Washington trailed by nine points at the close of the first quarter. The Patriots rallied […]

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Washington built a seven-run lead in the first three innings of its season opener on Saturday against visiting St. Maria Goretti. When the Patriots scored three more times in the sixth, the 10-run rule was invoked and Washington had a 10-0 win to begin its 2013 baseball season. Hunter Weaver had two of Washington’s eight […]

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