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Shepherd sweeps two doubleheaders

Rams move to 4-0 in conference TORONTO, Ohio — Shepherd kept its unbeaten WVIAC record intact this past weekend when it swept a doubleheader from Wheeling Jesuit. The two games were moved to Toronto High School in Ohio after a scheduled doubleheader was washed out on Saturday in Wheeling. Paul Hvozdovic had a complete game […]

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By this time next year, most of the vestiges of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference will be covered over by what happened in the fall and winter seasons of the Mountain East Conference where Shepherd will be a member. By mid-June of this summer, the WVIAC, which played its first season in 1924, will […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — The softball season-opener for Jefferson was on a bitter cold night, but was one that Jefferson warmed up some when it tamed visiting Berkeley Springs, 9-4, last Thursday. With the temperature diving to about 27 degrees and the wind biting the players, neither side’s starting pitcher had much luck. Jefferson had a […]

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Vazquez signs with Glenville
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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Morning rains inundated Shepherd’s Fairfax Field. When a drain located in right field was clogged, what amounted to a shallow pond took over the area. The driving rain had reached under the tarp covering the left side of the infield. Mud was everywhere. The Rams were scheduled to open the WVIAC portion of […]

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Patriots fall just short in semifinals bid

CHARLESTON — When it was trailing 10-0, getting through its semifinal state tournament game against Martinsburg with a win looked improbable for Washington. Afterall, the Patriots had already lost three times this season to the Bulldogs. After committing eight turnovers, Washington trailed by nine points at the close of the first quarter. The Patriots rallied […]

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Cougars freshman Davis stops Wyoming in 5-4 win

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — It would be hard for anybody to better the varsity debut made by Jefferson baseball player Brad Davis. Davis is a left-handed pitcher. He is a freshman. And now he has a 1-0 record because he came to the rescue when the Cougars trailed visiting Wyoming Area (Pa.) by a run with […]

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Fighting their way up

MARTINSBURG — Stepping into an octagonal cage and seeing someone who wants to knock you out probably doesn’t sound like much fun. But for David Overby and Burt Latham, it’s become a way of life. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng […]

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HAGERSTOWN, Md. — The wind was unchecked. And the Jefferson offense was unchecked last Thursday when the baseball Cougars powered four home runs and had the complete-game pitching of A.J. Boyd to stagger St. Maria Goretti, 19-2. An eight-run first inning made the season-opener much easier for the experienced Cougars. Kalen Nehler, a first-year senior, […]

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Washington built a seven-run lead in the first three innings of its season opener on Saturday against visiting St. Maria Goretti. When the Patriots scored three more times in the sixth, the 10-run rule was invoked and Washington had a 10-0 win to begin its 2013 baseball season. Hunter Weaver had two of Washington’s eight […]

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