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Exchange Rate goes continent hopping

Exchange Rate is a rangy gray stallion who spends his work days in both Kentucky at Three Chimneys Farm and in Argentina. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng again to view it. The rest of this article is exclusive, , click […]

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After winning three straight games in the West Virginia District 6, Area 1 Junior Baseball League tournament, the Charles Town-Ranson all-star team moved to the four-team District 6 tournament itself. Charles Town-Ranson had beaten Jefferson County, 14-3, in its first game in the Area 1 event. In the winner’s bracket, Charles Town-Ranson topped Morgan County, […]

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Changing high school populations in West Virginia have caused some of the state’s better athletic programs to be moved to another classification beginning this fall. Former Class AA schools Point Pleasant, Shady Spring, and Oak Hill will all be placed in the Class AAA ranks. Three other schools — Fairmont Senior, Bridgeport, and North Marion […]

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Caviar’s record goes to 22-0

Any news concerning thoroughbred racing in Australia filters slowly back to the United States. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng again to view it. The rest of this article is exclusive, , click “buy” and view it instantly. Exclusive content Already […]

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Woods, Mickelson help sell out Greenbrier Classic

Ol’ Greenbrier East High School girls and boys basketball coach Jim Justice is a large man with a large appetite for publicity. His girls team won the Class AAA state championship this past season. But that accomplishment isn’t what put Coach Jim on the sports map. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it […]

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Shepherd’s football team will host the annual Rams Golf Tournament on July 13 at the Maryland National Golf Club in Middletown, Md. Included for those playing will be the round of golf, a gift package, prizes, golf carts, beverages at lunch, and a barbecue dinner for each foursome. All proceeds from the event directly benefit […]

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At the recent Jefferson High baseball banquet/awards dinner held at the Purple Iris in Martinsburg five main awards were handed out to Corey Mangold and Fraser Brown (offensive excellence — hitting), Blake Johnson and Sean Spotts (pitching excellence), Matt Henshaw (unsung hero), Logan Maloney (sportsmanship), and Logan Maloney a second time (the Triple Cougar Award). […]

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There were 14 Shepherd athletes selected to the 2011-12 WVIAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. To be selected, a student was either a junior or senior and needed a 3.3 or higher GPA. The 14 Shepherd athletes selected were Kent Thomas (men’s tennis), Hannah Safren (women’s basketball), Jenn Prinn (women’s basketball), Chelsie Oals (softball), Chad Murphy (baseball), […]

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The Jefferson County Little League baseball 10-11 year-old team was eliminated from further tournament play when it fell, 13-8, to Hedgesville’s in a District 6, Area 1 loser’s bracket game. The team had 1-2 record in its first tournament. In a first-round game in the District 6, Area 1 Junior League tournament, Charles Town-Ranson defeated […]

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As the many divisions of the Little League baseball and softball tournaments move along, both 11-12 year-old baseball all-star teams from Jefferson County had success over the weekend. The unbeaten Jefferson County team defeated Morgan County, 12-4, in the 11-12 year-old District 6, Area 1 tournament. Jefferson County met Martinsburg on Monday. In the loser’s […]

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