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JHS hoping to leave no doubt about seeding

Jefferson wants to win out and secure No. 1 tourney

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Rams take first game in crucial road trip

The victory couldn’t have come at better time for Shepherd.

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Pats seek year’s first win streak

The Washington boys basketball team’s trial by fire with young players and a new coach took a turn for the better last week as the Patriots ended a four-game losing streak with their first conference victory.

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Rams look to keep rolling as new coach returns to alma mater

Few people would have expected the Shepherd women’s basketball team to be alone atop the league standings halfway through the season.

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Dungy likes Rooney Rule, even if NFL clubs violate ‘spirit’ of what it means

Tony Dungy was an up-and-coming NFL assistant in his early 30s when he met with the Green Bay Packers about their opening for a head coach in 1988.

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Dual Classic winner California Chrome named horse of the year

California Chrome’s rags-to-riches story keeps getting better.

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Cougars eye rebound after tough week

It goes without saying that Jefferson coach Richard Lewis certainly would have liked for his basketball team to win a few more games during the first half of the season.

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Jefferson girls look to grow early success

The idea behind front-loading the schedule with difficult matchups was always to get the Jefferson girls basketball team accustomed to playing top-notch opposition and what would be required of them to make a postseason bid.

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Down to the wire

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Down to the wire

Shepherd men’s basketball coach Justin Namolik knows his squad is going to have to defeat good teams down the stretch if they want to make noise and potentially launch a postseason bid.

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Jefferson looks for repeat performance with conference titles

Kaelyn Gardner appears to be on the cusp of leaving her mark on the conference record books.

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