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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – The victories keep piling up for both local high school girls’ soccer programs. Apparently, the only thing standing in their way is each other. Jefferson and Washington both added victories to their respective resumes last week, including two by the former in dominant fashion. The Cougars (13-0-2) remained undefeated entering their showdown […]

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Feliu takes reins of Pats’ hoops

New coach served six years atop junior varsity squad CHARLES TOWN – Alex Feliu grew up a military brat living overseas while his father was assigned to several countries working for the Department of Defense. While living in Korea in the late 1980s, he asked his father to sign him up to play football. Instead, […]

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Patriots struggling through tough season

Washington drops fourth straight, awaits Martinsburg CHARLES TOWN – It’s been a month since the Washington football program dominated Hedgesville in the second half of the season opener to cruise to a lopsided 20-point victory against the Eagles. A difficult month indeed. A young Patriots’ squad has dropped four straight games and things aren’t likely […]

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Colbert steps up as Jefferson remains unbeaten

Cougars top rival 
Washington in first 
regular season matchup SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – The Jefferson girls’ soccer program owes a large debt of gratitude to junior forward Becca Colbert. Colbert scored all three of the Cougars’ goals last week, including a pair against rival Washington during a 2-1 second-half comeback victory Thursday. Colbert was at it […]

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Jefferson, Washington set (again) for meeting

Winner will be frontrunner for league championship CHARLES TOWN – A week after they were originally set to play for the first time this season, the Washington and Jefferson boys’ soccer programs are scheduled to face one another Thursday night in Charles Town. Originally scheduled for Sept. 25 but moved at Washington’s request so that […]

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Washington, Jefferson on course for postseason

Patriots, Cougars establish themselves as teams to beat in panhandle playoff run CHARLES TOWN – It’s looking increasingly like the path to regional postseason success in high school boys’ soccer is going to run through the heart of Jefferson County. Washington and Jefferson high schools had suffered only one loss apiece through the first half […]

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Pats, Cougars set for initial clash

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – Jefferson’s Matt Speaker and Washington’s Tim Michael have at least a few things in common. Both of their high school girls soccer teams are playing well and each of them is looking forward to playing one another for the first time this season. Jefferson and Washington are scheduled to face off against […]

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Patriots struggle against Mohigans

Washington looks to return to win column against Handley CHARLES TOWN – Washington’s woes continue on the football field, but there have been some positive signs for a young team battling an unforgiving schedule. Junior slot back Jay Fields leads the Patriots in scoring with three touchdowns and a two-point conversion through the first four […]

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Washington football continues to experience growing pains

Patriots pounded by Warriors, prepare for No. 10 Morgantown WINCHESTER, Va. – It was slim pickings to find many positives following Washington’s road game Friday night at Sherando (Va.). A couple first downs on the opening drive. Cleaner shotgun exchanges between the center and quarterback. Fewer penalties. A rushing touchdown early in the fourth quarter. […]

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Pats unbeaten through first seven games

Washington defeats Applemen, ties Hawks CHARLES TOWN – The Washington boys’ soccer team is scheduled to wrap up the first half of 2014 regular season later this week. All things considered, the Patriots are right where head coach Kevin Robins hoped they would be – on the right track and still unbeaten. Senior midfielder Mesfin […]

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