Summer vacation, at least for Hampshire athletes competing in fall sports, might have a new landscape in the not-too-distant future.
Hampshire’s track teams shone in the face of some stiff competition last week, making waves at Spring Mills last Wednesday and turning a few heads at the Handley Invitational on Saturday.
Bound for the beach this weekend, the Hampshire baseball team took care of business close to home last week, winning 4 games and finally finding the rhythm they have been searching for.
BRIDGEPORT — When he’s on, he’s really on. Last weekend at the Bridgeport Classic, Shane Ennis was on.
The Hampshire tennis team suffered through another winless week, but showed marked improvement against a tough Musselman squad last Thursday at home.
The Hampshire softball team saw all ends of the spectrum last week, but ended on a high note on Monday, taking the 2nd game of a doubleheader against Tucker County, 2-1.
The Hampshire tennis teams are showing signs of improvement
Three students from the West Virginia School for the Deaf qualified for and competed in the Archery in the Schools Championship in Charleston recently.
The Trojans went on the road to Mercersburg, Pa., last week, and thanks to the timely hitting of Shane Ennis and Bucky Timbrook, they came away with a 6-4 win over a team they had never faced before.
The Hampshire softball team had a rough go of things last week, falling at home to Jefferson 13-1 in 3 innings in their only action of the week.