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Shepherd will hold a bull roast to raise funds for its baseball, softball, and lacrosse teams from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 8 at the Clarion Hotel near Shepherdstown. An admission ticket costs $40. The night will have raffles, auctions, and music in addition to the meal. Call the alumni office at (304) 876-5524 […]

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WINCHESTER, Va. — Washington High opened its volleyball season with a loss on the road at Millbrook High in Winchester. The homestanding Pioneers had split the first four games of the match with the Patriots before winning the deciding fifth game that gave them a 3-2 match win.

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Late is great

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Late is great

HEDGESVILLE — Back in the day. Back to the day. As a middle school football player at Charles Town, Colin Gustines played quarterback. Beginning with his freshman season two years ago at Washington High, he has been a starting defensive back. This year, Gustines might just find himself doing multiple tasks on both sides of […]

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Not much right for Cougars in 52-7 loss

PURCELLVILLE, Va.– Jefferson had the night’s longest play, an 81-yard pass/mostly run touchdown hookup between Andrew King and Geoffrey Walker, but host Woodgrove had everything else. Everything. As in a 52-7 win over the Cougars in the opening football game for both schools held at the spacious facilities on the sprawling campus at Woodgrove High. […]

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A fun-filled opener to Washington’s girls soccer season saw the Patriots stop visiting Berkeley Springs, 10-0, on Tuesday, August 21. Five Washington players scored goals. Leading the scoring parade was Brianna Hester who posted four goals. Kayleigh Pierce was able to add two goals and Erin Buchanan, McKenzie Turner, and Katelyn Silveous each added one […]

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Last season, Shepherd led the entire NCAA Division II ranks in total defense. It was the Rams’ ability to stop the run that gave them such a high national standing. Last season, Shepherd drowned Shippensburg with 53 points, including an interception-return touchdown provided by Elijah Davis. But the Red Raiders, in quarterback Zach Zulli’s first-ever […]

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Last of the coal

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Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin are being mentioned as All-America possibilities. Geno Smith has drawn added attention because some have seen him as a Heisman Trophy candidate. Rakeem Cato has a measure of experience for Marshall’s Thundering Herd. The sometimes frenetic Coach John “Doc” Holliday also has halfbacks Tron Martinez and Travon Van to send […]

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KINGWOOD — With Ryan Graf running the second-best individual time and Andrew Milliron recording the fourth-best time in the annual Knight Night cross country invitational, the Jefferson “A” team won the meet with a four-runner time that was 40 seconds better than runner-up University. The Cougars, defending Class AAA state champions, had a four-runner time […]

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Effective defense, scoring onslaught shown by Patriots in opener

After reaching its season all the way to the Class AAA state championship game a year ago, the Washington boys soccer team showed early signs it could be a force again here in 2012 when the season opener was won, 8-0, over visiting Berkeley Springs. Some of the first-game highlights were two goals by Ben […]

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With the opening of the 2012-13 school term at Shepherd, the men’s basketball team has announced that five recruits will join the Rams for the coming season. Skylar Roman missed his senior year at Chambersburg (Pa.) with a leg injury. The 6-foot guard averaged 16 points a game as a junior. Shepherd Coach Justin Namolik […]

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