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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Jefferson had its problems with the Musselman wrestlers last Wedneday, dropping a 55-16 verdict to the Applemen in a dual match held at home. Several matches into the dual, Musselman had an early 9-0 lead when it got a pin at 152 and a 5-1 decision from Danny Arndt against Jefferson’s Shane […]

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HEDGESVILLE — A last-minutes scoring flurry moved Hedgesville past Washington, 62-56, in a Sectional girls basketball game played last Thursday. Coach Ben Merica’s Lady Eagles trailed until the final two minutes when they converted a telling number of free throws to win for the ninth time in 16 games. Washington was losing its third straight […]

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For the second time this season, the Millbrook High girls basketball team found the ways to beat Washington. The Lady Pioneers had won by only five points in a home game in Winchester, but bettered that margin with a 50-31 win on Washington’s home boards last Wednesday. The Lady Pioneers improved to 11-2 overall while […]

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Osborne, Moore lead Rams over Cards

SHEPHERDSTOWN — At Shepherd, “tenacious” is spelled Aeron Spencer, the best of the Rams’ defenders. And “intense” is spelled Marcus Pilgrim, an always-ready guard who doesn’t rest. Those two reserves were starters last season. Their assets sometimes go overlooked. Two Shepherd players who weren’t overlooked on Monday when the Rams outworked and outhustled visiting Wheeling […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Washington had a 2-1 girls swimming record in a quad held on Saturday at the Shepherd Wellness Center. The Patriots had wins over Musselman (55-28) and Hampshire (62-31) while falling to St. Maria Goretti (65-28). The Lady Gaels went 3-0 in their meets, also defeating Musselman (74-20) and Hampshire (76-18). Washington’s wins in […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Jalen Smith’s 20 points and a free throw with no time left on the scoreboard clock by Mario Gonzalez were the most important happenings in Jefferson’s 48-47 boys basketball victory over visiting Park View (Va.) on Saturday afternoon. Jefferson improved its overall record to 2-7 with the win over the Patriots from […]

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Homestanding Washington outscored Musselman by 13 points in the second quarter and used that advantage to stop the visiting Lady Applemen, 53-40, in a girls basketball game played last Thursday. Washington was winning for the sixth straight time and extended its overall record to 7-4. Musselman, which owned an earlier win over the Patriots this […]

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LEWISBURG — Unbeaten and top-ranked Greenbrier East ended Washington’s seven-game girls basketball win streak when the defending state champion Spartans defeated the Patriots, 75-57, on Saturday in Greenbrier County. Washington was 8-5 overall with the loss. Jackie Hess scored 15 points for the Patriots while Kylie Nelson tossed in 10 points and Amber Curry added […]

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STERLING PARK, Va. — After losing its first dozen games of the 2012-13 season, the Jefferson girls basketball team defeated host Park View, 52-48, on Saturday for its first win of the season. The Lady Cougars, now 1-12 overall, received 11 points from Alana Baylor. The 11 points were Baylor’s season high point total. Marissa […]

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In the week leading up to the divisional round of the National Football League playoffs, a number of owners and trainers were hoping to kick off the current campaign with a winner or two in some of the tougher allowance races at Charles Town. Last Saturday night in the two-turn allowance feature, Great Vintage rallied […]

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