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BALTIMORE — In Baltimore, it’s the first glimpse of a pennant scramble since Armando Benitez and B. J. Surhoff were in town. Way back in 1997. Hardly a person was able to deal with life without a cellphone. But Baltimore baseball had substance. It was more than the cellar dwellers of recent vintage. And now […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — It wasn’t a win. In fact, Jefferson once trailed by four touchdowns in the first half. But then the Cougars limited unbeaten Dunbar (Washington, D. C.) to just one score in its last five possessions and were outscored by only seven points in the second half. Jefferson actually could take a few […]

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Patriots kept off balance by Musselman, James Wood, Sherando volleyball

INWOOD — Unbeaten Musselman was forceful in all three games of its shutout, 3-0, volleyball win over visiting Washington. The 7-0-0 Lady Applemen demonstrated their power and talent taking the first game (25-11) and following that success with wins in Game Two (25-13) and Game Three (25-11). Taylor Lord had 18 kills and 13 digs […]

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MARTINSBURG — With Essence Underwood accounting for 19 points, Sophia Foster 10 kills, Karli Boober eight kills and 13 digs, Alexus Bonner 18 assists and eight service points, and Keisha Nunn 19 digs, Martinsburg’s volleyball team was able to deal visiting Jefferson a 3-1 loss in a match played in the Martinsburg Field House on […]

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CACAPON STATE PARK — Low medalist Patrick Glenn carded a nine-hole round of 41 over the Cacapon State Park layout as Jefferson trimmed Berkeley Springs, 193-200, in a golf match played last Thursday. The other Jefferson scores that counted toward the team total were turned in Bryce Lusbaugh (48), Quentin Foust (48), and Zach Johnston […]

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Washington’s golfers were led by the nine-hole round of 34 turned in by low medalist Ryan Mumaw when they grouped together to defeat visiting St. Maria Goretti at the Locust Hill course outside Charles Town. Mumaw’s under-par round actually set a Washington High scoring record for nine holes. Also counting toward Washington’s team total of […]

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After going undrafted in the June NBA selection process of free agents, Kevin Jones (four-year WVU forward who last played in the 2011-12 season) has formally signed a three-year contract with the league’s Cleveland Cavaliers. The $2.2 million deal guarantees Jones $50,000 and he would earn the league minimum of $450,000 if he makes the […]

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MARTINSBURG — Jefferson won its fourth girls soccer match in five matches this season when it defeated Martinsburg, 5-2, last Tuesday at Cobourn Field. Rachel Ransom was the night’s most prolific scorer when she totaled three goals. Haley DeBaugh wasn’t far behind in the scoring column when she posted a pair of Jefferson goals. Jessica […]

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Patriots, Cougars come up empty in losses

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — The first quarter had only minutes left before it ended. Millbrook already had three touchdowns in its game against Jefferson. After halftime, the Pioneers scored another three touchdowns in the third quarter alone. In all, the once-beaten Pioneers had eight touchdowns before the mandatory fourth quarter was played . . . and […]

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STEPHENS CITY, Va. — After falling to West Virginia schools  Martinsburg and Musselman in its first two games of the season, Sherando got its first win of the 2012 campaign when it defeated a third West Virginia school — Washington — on Friday at Arrowhead Stadium. In winning, 41-7, the Warriors rushed for over 400 […]

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