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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Shepherd pitcher Tiffany Biggs fired a no-hitter at Glenville in a non-conference softball game played in the NCSI Sports Invitational being staged this week. Biggs’ gem was the highlight of Shepherd’s 8-0 win over the Lady Pioneers. Biggs fanned 12 and walked four in moving her record to 3-5. The Lady […]

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The JCPRC will have 7-on-7 passing and receiving clinics at Sam Michaels Park this spring. High school and JCYFL coaches will instruct. The first clinic is on Sunday, March 17 from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. There will be eight sessions for 8-to-12 year-olds. Enroll at: JCPR “Fling in the Spring”. Contact Wayne Bennett at (304) 876-6284 […]

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Washington opens its fifth baseball season in school history as the defending Class AAA, Region II, Section 1 champion. The 2012 team defeated Musselman in the first game of the Region II tournament before falling a game short of the state tournament when it lost to Bridgeport. The Patriots begin the 2013 season at home […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Shepherd has released the names of a large group of football signees. The Rams have annually released those signing binding letters of intent in several groups. This first listing has running back Malik Harleston (McKinley Tech in Washington, D.C.), defensive backs Tre Bradley (Glenshaw, Pa.), Shane Gaines (Owings Mills High), Dorian Jenkins (Broad […]

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Pioneers prevail over Rams

Glenville eliminates Shepherd from WVIAC contention SHEPHERDSTOWN — Glenville had a firm two-prong strategy it wanted to use against Shepherd in a first-round game in the WVIAC tournament. The Pioneers wanted to swarm around Chad Moore, the league’s leading scorer, any time he received an inside pass. They succeeded in keeping Moore from doing them […]

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The Charles Town Cannons of the summer Valley Baseball League had information of all kinds for the Charles Town Rotary Club during a presentation before the group at noon on Feb. 27. The Cannons are one of 12 teams in the collegiate Valley Baseball League that has a long history in the Shenandoah Valley. Located […]

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Bulldogs dash Pats title hopes

MARTINSBURG — A Sectional title eluded Washington High. But even the highly-charged 61-55 loss to Martinsburg wasn’t the most important game of the season for the Patriots. Last night’s one-game Regional against Lewis County in Weston became Washington’s moment of truth because the winner of that one goes on to Charleston as one of the […]

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Mountaineers play conference games in either Charleston or Beckley Spring sports at West Virginia University have never drawn rousing support or much interest from people statewide or even the student body or the Morgantown community. None of the sports had the number of scholarships the rest of the country’s schools provided for their students. The […]

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Three games vs. Eagles, three wins for Patriots

CHARLES TOWN — Beating Hedgesville the first two times gave Washington the home court advantage when the teams met in the Region II, Section 1 semifinals. Beating Hedgesville for the third straight time gave the Patriots a berth in the finals against Martinsburg. And it presented a golden opportunity for Washington to make its first […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Shepherd right-hander Josh McCauley had a most unusual shutout working. Through six innings, McCauley had fanned eight Millersville batters. Nothing out of the ordinary there. But the Marauders had stranded 13 runners, leaving the bases loaded three times against McCauley. Millersville had nicked the transfer from WVU for at least one hit in […]

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