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Shepherd defense rains on Millersville homecoming

MILLERSVILLE, Pa. — The lingering comfort of the Indian Summer was about to be pushed out. Any slight thought of invincibility attached to Shepherd football was about to be sent elsewhere. A driving rain was descending on mostly empty Biemesderfer Stadium and the smallish Homecoming ...

Another long winning streak for Shepherd volleyball

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Unbeaten in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. Winners of 17 straight volleyball matches. Showing an overall record of 18-1, the Shepherd women are steadily approaching what the last group of Rams accomplished when the college world had a regular season without ...

Jefferson defense controls Colonels in 33-14 win

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — As the hundreds of fans filtered out of the stands at Jefferson High School, none of them could be called dreamers if their thoughts were two weeks away when the undefeated Cougars would play undefeated Martinsburg in one of the state’s most important high school ...

Offensive day keeps Rams in PSAC hunt

SHEPHERDSTOWN — With 638 yards of total offense and 10 touchdowns, Shepherd routed Lock Haven, 75-21, in a PSAC game that saw the Rams score 31 points in the second quarter alone. The cruise-control victory enabled Shepherd to stay in the thick of the league’s East Division race for a ...

No rebel yells as Cougars blank South High

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — After smoothly downing North Hagerstown the previous week, Jefferson returned home to Shenandoah Junction last Friday and shut down South Hagerstown, 64-0, to move its unblemished record to 6-0 and leave the Rebels with a 2-3 overall record. Jefferson outscored the two ...

Cougars could be ‘Kings of Hagerstown’ after tonight

HAGERSTOWN, Md. — North Hagerstown won the toss when it hosted Jefferson last Friday in its annual Homecoming game. But the outmanned Hubs won nothing else in the game at Mike Callas Stadium as the Cougars scored at will, while they had time, to come away with a 56-13 win that kept them ...