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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — When Jefferson batted around and scored four times in the fifth inning, it had trumped Washington’s earlier lead. Cougar right-hander A.J. Boyd continued to keep the Patriots subdued with his nearly walk-free work, and with the help of several quality plays from his defense made his marginal run support hold up for […]

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Lady Patriots serve up 5th straight tennis title

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Washington High won its fifth straight Potomac Valley Conference girls tennis championship when it totaled 19 points in Friday’s one-day tournament held at Jefferson High. Jill Spuria defeated Musselman’s Madeline Flanagan, 8-1, in the finals in No. 1 singles. Amber Barr was the No. 3 singles titleist with an 8-3 win over […]

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Runners flood bases as Musselman wins

INWOOD — Just about everybody that played in Musselman’s 10-6 win over Washington got a chance to run the bases. The Applemen had 24 baserunners, leaving 11 of them stranded but still scoring 10 times and coaxing 15 hits from the three Washington pitchers. Washington’s errors were two in number and its pitchers issued a […]

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Seven-run inning carries Patriots

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — A huge, seven-run inning was the impetus that shoved Washington past Jefferson, 15-6, in a softball game staged in Shenandoah Junction April 23. The win was the first for the Patriots in the three-game, regular season series the two schools played this winter/spring. Washington was 9-12 the victory and Jefferson was 16-8 […]

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JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — With 20 hits, Shepherd slammed Pitt-Johnstown, 13-8, in the first game of a Saturday conference doubleheader. Even with 14 hits in the WVIAC nightcap, the Rams fell, 6-4, when the Mountain Cats’ Kyle Morrow had a three-run, walkoff homer in the seventh off reliever Tyler Thomas. On Sunday, Shepherd strafed three more […]

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FAIRMONT — In a WVIAC softball doubleheader, host Fairmont defeated Shepherd, 5-0, in the opener and the Lady Rams won, 3-2, in nine innings in the second game. Chelsea Cobb (14-4) authored the Fairmont shutout in the opener with Shannon Lyons (9-8) taking the loss. Tiffany Biggs was Shepherd’s second game winner, moving her record […]

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Washington tripped Martinsburg, 12-3, in a softball game halted by the mercy rule on April 16. The Lady Bulldogs were 1-18 with the loss.

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Jill Spuria posted an 8-0 win over Martinsburg’s Emily Widmeyer at No. 1 singles as Washington defeated the Lady Bulldogs, 5-2. Mackenzie Littleton defeated Molly Beck, 8-6, at No. 2 singles. Giving the Patriots a third singles win was Amber Barr when she blanked Hannah Beale, 8-0. Washington closed out the singles matches with No. […]

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Washington dropped a 4-3 boys tennis match to host Martinsburg when the Bulldogs won two of the three doubles matches. The Patriots and Bulldogs split the four singles matches. Martinsburg’s Grant Davis blanked Will Wheatley, 8-0, at No. 1 singles and The Bulldogs’ Carter Davis had an 8-0 win over Cullen Irving at No. 2. […]

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Washington began last week’s baseball schedule by going on the road to Petersburg and dropping a wide-open 13-10 decision to the Vikings. The Patriots were 6-8 overall. Over the weekend, Washington dropped a 5-2 decision to Atlantic Shores Christian (Va.). Trey Celata and Garrett Wente both had three hits and Wente drove in three runs […]

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