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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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When it was early and Shepherd trailed American International, it was a fumble recovery by its special teams on a muffed punt by the Yellow Jackets that provided the Rams’ first points. On the first play after the game resumed following a driving rain storm, another Shepherd special team blocked a short field goal, keeping […]

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Degrees in hand, McDonald now has a cast on his arm

Colleges often tout their football team’s three-year lettermen. A player has done well enough on the field to show the playing time needed to earn a letter in his first three years on the team. Finding a player with three undergraduate degrees in just three years is a sports information director’s dream come true. Dewey […]

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When & Where, an area senior women’s volleyball team, has qualified for the National Senior Games by winning its age group tournament in Charleston. The next National Games will take place from July 20-Aug. 1, 2013, Cleveland, OH. Area attorney, Homer Speaker, qualified for next year in the men’s racketball age 60 bracket at a […]

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Patriots blank Elkins, 1-0

Myles Newhouse scored the match’s only goal when Washington defeated visiting Elkins, 1-0, in boy’s soccer on Saturday at Marcus Stadium. The victory moved Washington’s overall record to 2-2-1 and left the Tigers with a 5-3-1 overall mark. The match was scoreless at halftime before Newhouse scored early in the second half. Washington goalkeeper Ted […]

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Cougars vs. Bulldogs ends in boys’ soccer tie

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION— Five goals were scored in the second half of last Tuesday’s boy’s soccer match featuring Jefferson and Martinsburg. Those goals came after only one goal had been scored in the first half. Six goals were scored on the night. And both sides had three of them as the match ended in a 3-3 […]

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On Sept. 6, the Sleepy Hollow Ladies played golf through a light, pleasant rain. The game of the day was “Drivin’ Miss Daisy” (front or back) minus handicap. Maggie Whitehair won with a 27. Debbie DeLeonardo placed second with a 31 and Lynne Wiseman finished third with a 33. Debbie DeLeonardo won Daily Putts with […]

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Kowalski, Patriot defense allow one goal in tie

After a two-match road trip to Parkersburg and Charleston, the Washington boys soccer team was back home at Marcus Stadium to play Sectional rival Martinsburg. The two rivals would hustle and battle through 80 minutes with the result being a 1-1 tie. After nearly 38 minutes of the first half, Martinsburg scored the first goal […]

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FROSTBURG, Md. — Jefferson just kept on recovering Mountain Ridge fumbles last Friday at Miners Stadium in far western Allegany County. When all the turnovers had been counted and the Cougars had scored three times on rushes by tailback Rynal Newman, Jefferson had blasted the Miners, 40-12, to even its early-season record at 1-1. The […]

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Strasburg completed one pass in its win over host Washington, a little screen toss to Todd Dean that he ran for 32 yards. But the Rams didn’t need to successfully pass against the Patriots to win. Strasburg could run. The Rams could also stop the run. After building a 29-point lead, the Rams coasted home […]

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