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ii W B8 Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Cougars, Patriots claim new year meets SHEPHERDSTOWN- Af- ter missing the mark at the Big Spring Invitational on Dec. 27, the Cougars returned to their home ground to sweep their op- ponents in spectacular fashion. The boys trounced their op- ponents, beating Hedgesville 73.50-19.50, Hampshire 83-4 and Brunswick 74-16. In team relays, Matthew Nace, Chris Turner, Cooper Hanson and Chris Pfaltzgraff took first in the 200 yard medley with a time of 1:55.37. The four also won the 200 free clocking 1:42 flat. Fi- nally, the 400 free A team (Cavin Davis, Luc Cole, Zackary Bish- op and Avery Rose) took the race with a time of 4:09.16. In individual contests, Nace placed first in the 50 free 26.32, followed by teammate Cavin Da- vis with a time of 26.35. Nace also took first in the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:09.83. Turner took the 100 breaststroke clock- ing 1:13.23. Hanson won the 200 yard IM with a time of 2:18.89, as well as the 100 free (53.13) The girls team also had an over- whelming victory in the quad, taking down Hedgesville 61-33, Hampshire 81-11 and Brunswick 74-19. Individually, Sofia Lotze won the 200 yard freestyle with a time of 2:22.51, and Sierra Knott took the 50 free (28.24). Isabella Tuzzio and Kate Hefner took the top two spots in the 100 breast- stroke with times of 1:13.85 and 1:14.60, respectively, while Amaia Yoldi cleaned up with two wins. Her first came in the 500 free clocking 6:57.96, and her second the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:22.79. In relays, the A team comprised of Lotze, Tuzzio, Audrey Davis and Addie Labombard took the 400 free with a time of 4:40.20. The Cougars hit the water again tomorrow at 7 p.m traveling to Shippensburg (Pa.) for a non- conference meet. Washington quad The Patriots also swept their quad meet, easily leaving their conference foes in the dust. The boys team defeated Spring Mills 69-24, Musselman 72-20 and Martinsburg 73-17, while the girls beat the Cardinals 74-20, Applemen 54-38 and Bulldogs 74-14. In relays, the boys A team (Do- navan King, Kyle Carson, Eric McClafin and Patrick Burke) ANDREW SPELLMAN ABOVE: Amala Yoldl heads into the final stretch of the 100 backstroke to take first place. BELOW: Kyle Carson comes up for a breath in the boys 200 medley. Carson's relay team took first in the contest. won the 200 medley with a time Burke took the top two spots in of 1:54.97. Jacob Rannenberg, the 100 fly with times of 1:04.22 Kevin Sparks, Jack Walker and and I:11.07. In the final individ- Burke also took the 200 free for ual contest of the night, Connor the Patriots, clocking 1:46.58. To Herfurth won the 100 breast with finish the meet, McClafin, King, a time of 1:19.82. Carson and Colin Zaglifa won the On the girls side, Tayler Pil- 400 free, clocking 3:50.71. lo kept her head down to win the Individually, Carson won the 50 free with a time of 28.10. Pillo 200freewithatimeofl:58.62,and also won the 100 free (1:02.32.). easily won the 500 free (5:25.32). In relays, Pillo, Genna Costello, King took second behind Carson, Emily Lewis and Kayla Day eas- finishing at the 6:25.97 mark. Mc- ily finished the 400 free in first Clafin took first in two contests with a time of 4:29.32. - the 200 IM (2:24.04) and the Washington returns to action on 100 free (57.55), and King and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. :: i; i Dunktastic NICK CARROLL Senior David Rogombe throws down a massive one handed dunk during the Patriots' edging of Hampshire High. Wash- ington defended their home court in the first game of the" season in Charles Town, beating the Trojans 63-55. By ANDREW SPELLMAN sport s@ spiritofjefferson.eom CHARLES TOWN - Washing- ton (2-5) nearly lost control in their first home game of the season, but found their shots in the fourth quar- ter to regain the lead and edge the Hampshire Trojans (1-7) 63-55. Danny Moylen led the Patriots with 19 points and eight rebounds, followed by Jaylyn Wright with 12 points and two rebounds. Tre Jack- son stepped up his game in the sec- tional bout as well, ending with 12 points and three boards, assists and steals. Jabari Jones cleaned up with nine points and six assists. Hampshire was on Washington's tail the entire game, ending the half only two points down before kick- ing into high gear to take a five point lead entering the fourth quar- ter. The Trojans continued to push tempo in the fourth, but the Pats pushed harder to secure their sec- ond win of the season. Drew Keck- ley drained a team high 17 points, and Trevor Sardo had 11. The Patriots returned to action on Tuesday, hosting the No. 6 Hedg- ANDREW SPELLMAN Danny Moylan gets tall for a high pass in the Cougar Holiday Clea- sic. Moylan finished with 19 points and eight boards in their Saturday matchup against the Trojans. esville Eagles after the Spirit print deadline. A full recap can be found online. BOYS BASKETBALL BOYS BASKETBALL RECAP: No. 12 RECAP: No. 23 Cougars face No. 1 Patriots host No. 7 Martinsburg ONLINE Hedgesville ONLINE SWIM GIRLS BASKETBALL Jefferson travels to RECAP: Cougars host Shippensburg ONMNE No. 11 Martinsburg in first conference game of new year ONLINE By ANDREW SPELLMAN sports@spiritofjefferson.eom PATRIOTS 49, EAGLES 47 HEDGESVILLE - It came fighting to put their slow sea- and with one second left on the down to the wire between son beginnings behind them board Scarlett King drained a No. 15 Washington (4-3) and and start the new year off on two pointer to seal the game Hedgesville (1-9) Monday the right foot by climbing the 49-47. night, ending as all great bas- conference ladder. With 15 Carmen Bermejo dropped ketball games do with a last seconds left on the clock, the a team high 17 points in the second bucket. Patriots and Eagles were tied road victory, and King backed It was a game of attrition at 47. Washington had posses- her up with 12. Brooke John- throughout as both teams were sion in the waning seconds, son and Agnese McAllister .e on both contributed six points, while Carmen Skinner and Olivia Saunders both had four points. The loss is the Eagles sec- ond in a row and the team re-; mains at the bottom of the: Class AAA power rankings. The Patriots' Tuesday night. game in Romney was after the Spirit print deadline. A fuU re-, cap can be found online. ' Support the important work of the Jefferson County Black History Preservation Society