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KEYSER – Hampshire graduate Angela Fagga was 1 of 33 Potomac State athletes recognized by the NJCAA for All-Academic honors. The Catamount soccer star earned All-Academic 2nd Team. Fagga, a defensive specialist, is entering her sophomore season with Potomac State.

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Numbers only tell part of the story The Trojan Countdown provides a statistical glimpse at how teams at Hampshire High stacked up this past season. Raw numbers only tell a portion of the story as the campaigns of 2020-21 were riddled with obstacles created by Covid. Nevertheless, there are s…

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Buck beds are trendy as heck right now in the whitetail sphere, and the hype very well might be deserved. These earthy ovals in the dirt are truly valuable pieces of sign. But finding a buck bed and actually using that intel to kill a buck are 2 very different things. With summer scouting in…

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TAKOMA PARK, Md.  — A plump robin wearing a tiny metal backpack with an antenna hops around a suburban yard in Takoma Park, then plucks a cicada from the ground for a snack.

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KEYSER — New team, new players, new jerseys, new color scheme, new nickname and a new coaching staff.Same rival, same result.The battle between Berkeley Post 14 and the Riverside Rebels (formerly Romney Post 91) was rekindled last week as the visitors from the Eastern Panhandle squeaked out …

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WVU student intern Kamden Ludwig shares his thoughts on Neal Brown and the Mountaineer football team. Since his arrival in Morgantown, head coach Neal Brown has repeatedly asked fans to do one thing. “Trust the climb”.That’s catchy and works well for a team with the mascot that has the word …

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Despite scattered showers throughout the early part of the round, we had a great day for our 4th qualifier for the Gary Crane Cup at the Pines Country Club in Morgantown on July 8. The course was in spectacular shape, and scoring was challenging, but a good time was had by all who participat…

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KEYSER — West Virginia University Potomac State College has named Amanda Larkin as its new athletic director.According to Dean of Student Experience, Lucas Taylor, “It is an exciting time for Potomac State athletics. By bringing Mandi in to lead this department, we are poised to build moment…

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Seating, restrooms on HHS campus in disrepair; fail ADA requirements

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SUNRISE SUMMIT – The 1st Annual Trinity Cup took place at Rannells Field on Saturday as the Trojans hosted teams from Berkeley Springs, Washington and Cumberland. A total of 6 squads played a round robin format tournament and Appalachian United was crowned champs of the 1st ever Trinity Cup. 

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On a muggy summer day in the early 1990’s, my mouth tasted soap for the 1st time. 

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It happens every summer. Sometimes it’s a trail cam pic, sometimes it’s a sighting at the back of a bean field. Regardless of what form it takes, the adrenaline rush and the questions are always the same. Is that a shooter? Is that going to be the buck?

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Hampshire County Parks and Recreation and the Romney Lions Club are proud to announce their seventh annual Saturday in the Park, which will be held on Aug. 14, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Afton and Pauline Malick Central Hampshire Park in Augusta. 

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