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Four-run inning, walks spell win for Patriots over Cougars

Jared Silva scattered his three walks and Washington used three first-inning walks to good advantage in scoring its only four runs as the Patriots dealt Jefferson a 4-1 loss April 17. The few walks Jefferson received and the definitive four-run inning were the two major factors in the Washington success that gave it a victory […]

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Pansch’s fastball has been enough

When Shepherd’s schedule began in mid-February, the Rams had three trusted starting pitchers in newcomers Josh McCauley and Davis Hall as well as returning all-conference left-hander, Paul Hvozdovic. Those three pitchers were to be the starters when three-game, weekend series with conference teams came along. Freshman right-hander Ryan Pansch from Washington High was to have […]

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Cougars purr past Patriots on

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Typical of the first game in what will be a long series of games between Washington and Jefferson was the first inning where the Patriots scored three runs and they all were unearned. Physical errors became the theme of the game, which Jefferson won, 7-6, with its three earned runs. Mental mistakes […]

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Jefferson defeated visiting Martinsburg, 8-0, in a softball game on April 9 that was abbreviated by the mercy rule. The Lady Cougars’ Lauren Lewis had a two-run homer in the first inning and Jenna Wilt drilled a solo homer in the same frame. Lewis tripled in a run in the fourth. A triple by Alexandra […]

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SMITHSBURG, Md. — Both of Washington’s track and field teams finished third at the Smithsburg Invitational Meet on Saturday. The girls were third (96 points) behind Damascus (116 points) and Mt. de Sales (110 points). The boys had 99.5 points and trailed meet-winning Loudoun County (177 points) and Smithsburg (104 points). Devyn Hosby had firsts […]

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Jefferson high long distance runner Ryan Graf recently signed an NCAA binding letter of intent to attend the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Graf has been a member of Jefferson’s state champion track and field team for the past three seasons and has also participated in cross country for the Cougars. He was a […]

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With wins in all four singles matches, Martinsburg was able to defeat homestanding Jefferson, 6-1, in a boys tennis match played on April 9. Grant Davis, Carter Davis, Owen Hamilton and Inigo Goiriena had the wins for the Bulldogs. Jefferson’s lone win came in the No. 3 doubles match where Noah French/Christian Shimer prevailed. Martinsburg […]

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Will Wheatley, Cullen Irving, Austin Thomas and Tommy Wheatley won the four singles matches in Washington’s 7-0 boys tennis victory over visiting St. Maria Goretti. Will Wheatley defeated Aaron Snook, 8-3; Irving was an 8-5 winner against Bryce Reeder; Thomas posted an 8-1 win over Ozair Waseem and Tommy Wheatley rolled to an 8-1 win […]

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Ryan French’s complete game four-hitter was complimented by a pair of multi-run innings when Washington battered visiting Berkeley Springs, 10-1, on April 9. French’s handcuffing of the Indians was helped because he issued no walks and fanned seven to help his defense. The Patriots rallied for four runs in the second inning and added another […]

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