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Cubs use shutout pitching, late-game rallies

August 3, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Playing its fifth game in two days, the Jefferson Cubs 16U travel team used the complete game, two-hit pitching of Hayden Stang to win the lengthy tournament in and around Baltimore... more »»

Subtle and overt changes with Shepherd football

July 27, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- This won't be a watershed football season at Shepher. more »»

Bradshaw back after another WV Open golf title

July 27, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Who is the logical favorite to win this week's West Virginia Open golf championship? If a poll were taken of the tournament's players, Jefferson County's David Bradshaw would receiv... more »»

Shenandoah Downs marketed its night racing and ambiance

July 18, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN - Thoroughbreds at night. The "Pick 6," which became the "Twin Double." Enjoying racing under the stars while dining in elegance in the Starlight Terrace Restaurant. more »»

Multi-sport athletes go into SHS Hall of Fame

July 18, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN - Five multi-sport athletes were recently inducted into the Shepherdstown High School Athletic Hall of Fame. The 2018 class was only the second one that has had only athletes. more »»

International teams have dominated LL World Series

July 18, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN - Throughout the majority of April, Little League games were being played in between the raindrops. When May came, the whole month was dedicated to more regular season games. more »»

Like it was yesterday, Shepherdstown High athletics and athletes are remembered by Athletics Hall of Fame

July 18, 2018 The last graduation took place in 1972. School consolidation made changes to the educational landscape. more »»

No timeline, no hurry for the fisherman on the accommodating Antietam River

July 6, 2018 A little sunblock and a bottle of mosquito repellent would be enough for those taking to Antietam Creek for a free-from-timelines float, from just west of Keedysville to the bridge on Harpers Ferry... more »»

Brown, Sullivan will be in camp with champion Eagles

July 6, 2018 Down Broad Street the long-awaited parade came. Players bunched together on larger-than-life trucks. more »»

Shepherd enters much bigger sports arena

July 6, 2018 When Cheyney, a school just outside Philadelphia, just kept on losing in its humbling games against fellow Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference teams, it was time to finally get away from the. more »»

Shepherd Athletic Hall of Fame adds four

June 29, 2018 Al Lueck (contributor), Dirk Webb (baseball), Todd Fischer (football) and Antar Parkman (men’s basketball) have been named to the Shepherd Athletic Hall of Fame. more »»

NCAA playoff teams numerous from PSAC

June 15, 2018 Shepherd’s league change, beginning with the 2019 to 2020 school term, will bring it against some potent competition, as well as some ordinary teams not much different than those found in the... more »»

Bluefield, Princeton stretch baseball history from old ballparks

June 8, 2018 Now that Morgantown has a minor league team, it gives West Virginia four professional baseball franchises. more »»

Charlottesville defends Valley League title

June 1, 2018 The Tom Sox draw the league’s largest crowds. They play in the 11-team league’s most comfortable stadium. more »»

Leonard helped guide Loudoun Valley athletics to excellence

June 1, 2018 Shepherd sent out teachers and educators to many surrounding school districts. more »»

Lacking offense, Rams quickly bow out after Atlantic regional losses

May 25, 2018 With few runs and little offense, Shepherd lost both of its games in the weather-marred Atlantic Regional tournament staged in West Lawn, Pennsylvania. more »»

Shepherd joins Regional field despite MEC tournament loss

May 18, 2018 Even with Justin Smith going 14-for-18 in his five games and pitcher Ryan Potts getting two wins, Shepherd couldn’t find a pitcher to get it past Charleston in the Mountain East Conference... more »»

Shepherd hosts 2018 Region 6 Trampoline and Tumbling Championships

May 18, 2018 Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks and Recreation’s Flip Over Gymnastics hosted the 2018 Region 6 Trampoline and Tumbling Championships at Shepherd University’s Butcher Center over the weekend. more »»

Several pitchers dominate Sectional baseball event

May 18, 2018 It turned out pitching was 100 percent of the local Class AAA Sectional baseball tournament when Jefferson and Washington met. It took 10 innings to decide the first game between the two keen rival. more »»



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