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ST. JAMES, Md.— Jefferson erupted for five runs in the top of the seventh inning to give it the room necessary to beat St. James, 10-5. The Cougars improved their record to 20-7 and gave the school a 36th straight season with at least 20 wins. The Cougars had a 4-0 lead after 3 1/2 […]

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Patriots start well in softball Sectional, beating Trojans

Washington opened play in the double elimination Class AAA, Region II, Section 1 softball tournament with an 8-2 win over Hampshire. The game was played on Washington’s home field on Monday evening. The Patriots found themselves trailing 2-0 after a half-inning before using Hampshire mistakes to score three times in their half of the first. […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— The power of the three-run home run to completely change baseball games wasn’t lost on Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver (of the long-gone Baltimore Orioles). His World Champion teams rode to titles on the twin backs of home runs and exceptional starting pitching. Just last week, Jefferson came into a make-up game […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Rain was the only deterrent met by Jefferson’s boys tennis team when it defeated visiting Clarke County, 6-0, last Thursday on the home courts. The Cougars won all six matches that could be completed before rain washed out the No. 2 doubles match. In the four singles matches played, Jefferson’s Kyle Polczynski (No. […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— The Washington boys tennis team rolled to its 19th straight win with a 7-0 blanking of Jefferson on the Cougars’ home courts. The four Washington singles wins came from Will Wheatley (No. 1), Patrik Haglund (No. 2), Austin Thomas (No. 3), and Alden Roth (No. 4). In the three doubles matches, all won […]

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INWOOD— Even though the No. 2 doubles match couldn’t be completed because rain caused it to be cancelled, the Washington boys tennis team handily defeated Musselman, 6-0, last Thursday. Washington improved its overall record to 21-1 with the victory over its Regional rival. The four singles matches all were won by Washington with Will Wheatley […]

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INWOOD— In the six girls tennis matches the Washington girls played last Thursday against Musselman, the Patriots won them all. The only blip Washington faced was when rain cancelled the No. 4 singles match . . . and the Patriots settled for a 6-0 win that improved their overall record to 19-3. The three singles […]

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Freshman Paul Herbert Williamson, who was a walk-on from Logan High School, will leave the West Virginia University basketball team and follow former Mountaineer assistant coach, Jerrod Calhoun, to Fairmont State. Williamson joined the 2011-12 Mountaineer team as a walk-on after a career at Logan High. He played sparingly. Coach Bob Huggins used the 6-foot-2, […]

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MARTINSBURG— Martinsburg won both the boys and girls divisions of a track and field tri-meet it hosted that also featured Jefferson and Musselman. The Martinsburg boys scored 72 points, Jefferson had 62.5, and the Applemen had 48.5. The Martinsburg girls totaled 92 points with Musselman accumulating 56.5 points and Jefferson trailing with 34.5 points. The […]

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HAGERSTOWN, Md.— Washington evened its overall softball record at 11-11 with a runaway 21-0 win over St. Maria Goretti in a three-inning game halted by the mercy rule. Amber Curry had a three-run home run and winning pitcher Carly Jansure was credited with five RBIs. Christina Collins was credited with a 3-for-4 afternoon and had […]

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