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Washington girls glide past Martinsburg

Patriots use second quarter to quiet Lady Bulldogs, 41-31 When homestanding Washington kept Martinsburg from accomplishing anything in the second quarter of the teams’ girls basketball game, the Patriots were well on their way to a 41-31 win over the Lady Bulldogs. The game was one of marked differences and form reversals.Martinsburg led, 10-6, after […]

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Patriots take two in Maryland

  Bus was late, but Washington was ready for Railroaders HAGERSTOWN, Md. — About the only thing Washington was late for on Friday at the Hubs Holiday Classic at North Hagerstown High School was the scheduled start of its game against Brunswick. Turns out there was no bus ready to transport the Patriots to the […]

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Bench, free throws help Washington move past Pioneers

CHARLES TOWN — A long early lead played a significant role. So did players off the bench with their scoring contributions. As always with Washington, rebounding was important. Exacting steals and causing Millbrook turnovers were twin reasons the Patriots zipped out to an early advantage. But the outcome of the game last Tuesday against Millbrook […]

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MARTINSBURG — Two droughts the size of what hit the Midwest this summer cost Washington its second loss of the boys basketball season. A four-point first quarter in the Patriots’ holiday tournament game last Friday against Morgantown was compounded by a meager three-point third quarter. A total of seven points in two quarters? And, yet, […]

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MARTINSBURG — Two late-game layups provided the finishing touches on Washington’s 62-58 win over Stonewall Jackson (Va.) on the second night of the Holiday Tournament held at Martinsburg High. Balanced scoring allowed the Patriots to improve their record to 5-2, while the Raiders went to 5-4 overall. Maleke Jones led Washington’s evenly-paced scoring with 14 […]

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Patriots’ Gustines named All-State back

Washington’s Colin Gustines was selected to the Class AAA All-State football squad as a second-team defensive back. The West Virginia Sports Writers Association made the selections and placed four players from state champion Martinsburg on the 27-player first team. Martinsburg had lineman Eugene German, wide receiver Cedric Brown, “utility” player Justin “Cookie” Clinton, and defensive […]

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Successful drive

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Successful drive
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STEPHENS CITY, Va. — Outscoring visiting Washington High by 19 points in the middle two quarters, Sherando defeated the Patriot girls, 72-59, last Wednesday. The Lady Warriors were 2-0 with the 13-point win and Washington was 1-3. Sherando only had a one-point lead after the first quarter but then went on a scoring tear in […]

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STEPHENS CITY, Va. — Washington scored 48 points in the second half to overcome a short halftime deficit in defeating Sherando, 84-78. It was Washington’s season opener while the Warriors went to 1-1. Trailing, 40-36, at halftime, the Patriots produced a 25-point third quarter and followed that with a 23-point fourth quarter to hold off […]

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Lady Patriots speed past Handley, 59-30

Washington evened its early-season girls basketball record at 1-1 with a 59-30 win on its home floor against John Handley High from Winchester. Handley was 1-2 with the loss. The Patriots, who opened the year with a close loss at Musselman, held a 34-20 lead by halftime. Both sides had experienced ball handling and passing […]

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