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Washington added to what could become a long winning streak when its girl’s tennis team blanked visiting Musselman, 7-0. The singles winners in matches actually played came from Angela Pittinger, Melissa Sirbaugh, and Mackenzie Littleton. Jill Spuria was awarded a forfeit win in one of the singles matches. The doubles teams of Pittinger/Sirbaugh (No. 1), […]

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Washington continued on an upward curve when its boy’s tennis team defeated visiting Musselman, 7-0, last Tuesday on the Patriot courts. From No. 1 to No. 4 singles, Will Wheatley, Patrik Haglund, Austin Thomas, and Alden Roth all defeated their Musselman counterparts. The Washington doubles team consisting of Wheatley/Haglund, Thomas/Roth, and Cullen Irving/Cory Coomler all […]

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Bowling

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Mens Tuesday Night Handicap Ten Pinners 34-10 J & J Pro Shop 28-16 Hammertime 24-20 Misfits 23-21 Gimps Are Us 23-21 Dead Last 20-24 Blue Ridge Carpentry 19-25 Power Rollers 19-25 Pure Luck 18-26 King Pinz 12-32 High Average: Brian Longerbeam-206; Troy Longerbeam-204; Chad Coulter-203 High Game: Chad Coulter-267; Rob Althoff-264; Greg Staubs-238 High Series: […]

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CHARLESTON— The Class AAA girls basketball all-state teams have been released. The eight players selected to the first team were Alicia Noble (Byrd), Kiana Evans (Huntington), McKenzie Akers (Princeton), Olivia Moore (Woodrow Wilson), Bianca Andre (Greenbrier East), Brittany Gordon (South Charleston), Mikki Glenna (Bridgeport) and Emily Puskarich (Wheeling Park). Listed on the “honorable mention” roster […]

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INWOOD— Washington couldn’t keep pace with homestanding Musselman when the Applemen outscored the Patriots, 11-1, in a softball game played on Monday. Musselman scored seven times in the second and the game ended on the mercy rule in the third. Washington was hurt by the eight walks doled out to the Applemen batters. Seven of […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— In a well-attended softball game on Jefferson’s lighted field, both the Lady Cougars and visiting Hedgesville traded leads and traded momentum several times before the Lady Eagles scored twice in the eighth inning to win the long, extra-inning game, 9-7, last Tuesday. Allison Sween was Hedgesville’s winning pitcher. Sween authored a route-going performance […]

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The PRICE has been Right for two years

Two years ago, Charleston was alive with the anticipation that comes annually with the invasion of athletes who are a part of the track and field state meet. 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 […]

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Mens Tuesday Night Handicap Ten Pinners 31-9 J & J Pro Shop 26-14 Hammertime 23-17 Misfits 22-18 Gimps Are Us 20-20 Dead Last 18-22 Pure Luck 17-23 Power Rollers 17-23 Blue Ridge Carpentry 16-24 King Pinz 10-30 High Average: Brian Longerbeam-206; Troy Longerbeam-204; Chad Coulter-203 High Game: Sonny Biggs, Sr.-267; Danny Lewis-255; Pickle Longerbeam-246 High […]

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Williams’ pitching silences Judges

WINCHESTER, Va.— Washington High opened its softball season on a bright note when it rode the one-hit pitching of Devin Williams to a 6-2 win over host John Handley High. Williams’ complete-game effort received enough Washington offense to ruin Handley’s opening game. Amber Curry drove in two of Washington’s six runs and Kaitlyn Woodward also […]

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Washington pushed its baseball record to 2-0 on Saturday when it posted an 8-0 win over visiting Hampshire. Senior right-hander Austin Larcomb blanked the Trojans with a complete-game five-hitter. Hampshire was kept off the scoreboard mostly because Larcomb didn’t walk anybody. He fanned three. Freshman Hunter Weaver and junior outfielder Kendell Smith both collected a […]

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