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BERKELEY SPRINGS— Even with a two-goal lead at the half, the Jefferson boys soccer team hadn’t come close to putting away host Berkeley Springs. But when the second half started, the Cougars quickly opened the offensive doors and peppered the homestanding Indians with four straight goals in very short order. The result of the early […]

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MERCERBURG, Pa. — As an all-day rain continued falling last Tuesday, Mercersburg Academy moved its soccer match against the Washington boys from the grass to an artificial turf field. The Blue Storm fell behind when Washington’s Daniel Bouchoc scored after getting through two center backs to fire an on-target, low trajectory shot past Mercersburg Academy […]

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Minnich’s rookie summer ends without a home run

When the Boston Red Sox received reports from their scouts on the possible future in professional baseball of Shepherd first baseman Nathan Minnich, the organization’s braintrust was told “He has already hit home runs, already shown power.” It is the primary job of baseball scouts to predict and project what an amateur player might do […]

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STEPHENS CITY, Va. — It was Homecoming at Sherando High last Friday. And the Warriors celebrated only their second win of the football season, taking a 50-7 decision over visiting Jefferson High. The Warriors, who were able to completely stymie the Jefferson ground game, improved to 2-3 overall while the Cougars went to 1-4 in […]

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STEPHENS CITY, Va. — With seniors Ryan Magalis, Cassandra Slater, and Jessica Henry leading the way, Sherando posted a 3-0 win over visiting Washington in a volleyball match. The three game scores favoring the Warriors were 25-17, 25-12, and 25-16. Henry had 12 kills, Slater nine kills, and Magalis eight kills for the winning Warriors. […]

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LEESBURG, Va. — The annual outpouring of talented cross country runners provided the Jefferson High boys with the best competition they will see this season. The Cougars competed in the “Varsity A” division and finished seventh as a team in the field of over 50 schools. Ryan Graf was fifth overall and fourth in the […]

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JCYFL scores

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Recent Pee Wee Division scores in the JCYFL had the Bears defeating the BS Wolves, 20-13; the Razorbacks stopping the Rams, 26-0; the Spartans toppling the Eastern Panhandle Rams, 27-12; the South Berkeley Packers shut out the Bears, 19-0; the South Berkeley Packers trim the Hurricanes, 38-6; the Rams edge the Eastern Panhandle Patriots, 20-13; […]

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Patriots one goal better than Jefferson

The first intracounty boys soccer game featuring Washington vs. Jefferson was staged last Thursday at Marcus Stadium with the Patriots getting a one-goal, 3-2, win to help themselves in the seeding process used for the upcoming Sectional tournament. Washington was 4-2-1 overall while the Cougars were 2-2-4 overall. Washington improved its overall record to 5-2-1 […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION—The first of two scheduled girls soccer meetings between Jefferson and Washington was held last Thursday with the host Lady Cougars prevailing, 3-2, in a match between two of the area’s best teams. Jefferson moved its overall record to 6-3-0 while the Patriots were left with a 5-2-1 record. After a flurry of Washington […]

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ELKINS—Ryan Graf and Andrew Milliron gave Jefferson a 1-2 finish in the Forest Festival boys cross country race held in Elkins on Saturday. The Graf-Milliron finish paced Jefferson’s overwhelming team win that came against 13 other schools. The Cougars finished with just 24 points with Hampshire being the distant runner-up with 107 points. Musselman (127) […]

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