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B1 Wednesday, January 10, 2018 Shepherd grad returns to play Pet Peevy BS Gaga for yoga B8 WRESTLING Jefferson ZACH CUMBERLAND High's Brooke Jones competes during the girls 200 yard IM on Saturday. The Jefferson boys and girls return to the water this Saturday. By ZACH CUMBERLAND s ) i SHENANDOAH JUNCTION -- A season already filled with success keeps getting better for the Jefferson High swim t am after another sweep on Saturday evening. :The Cougars kept their perfect record in dual meets alive this season with wins over Hedgesville and Brunswick, Md at the Shepherd University Wellness Center pool. The Jefferson boys swim team kept it rolling Saturday. The boys are 13-0 in dual meets and won over the Eagles 67-27 and Brunswick 64-27. Multiple swimmers helped lead the way for Jefferson. Cooper Hanson took home the 200-yard freestyle, finishing at 2:44.63. Then Matthew Nace won the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:06.28. Logan Rolfe captured the 100 breaststroke at 1:11.39 and Jefferson also earned wins in the 200 medley and the 200 free relay. Additional scores on the boys side included Hedgesville's Josep Marsal-Castan, who won the 100 butterfly at 57.06 and the 500 free at 5:31.96. Brunswick's Michael Dressier earned the win in the 50 free at 22.69 and 100 free at 49.97. Brunswick took the 400 free relay, while Connor Noonan collected a win for the Railroaders in the 200 individual See SWIMMING Page B2 " The Jefferson High boys swim team kept cruising on Saturday with dual meet wins over Hedgesvllle and Brunswick, Md. By ZACH CUMBERLAND CHARLES TOWN -- The Jefferson and Washington High boys basketball teams will con- tinue play this week after games were cancelled Friday night due to the cold temperatures. Even with the short schedule last week, both boys teams did get in some action before Friday. The Jefferson boys rolled to an easy 80-34 victory over Highland View Academy, Md on Thursday night before the games were cancelled the next night. The Jefferson boys also fell to Musselman 70-50 on Jan. 2 in their opening game of the Eastern Panhandle Athletic Conference season. The Cougars went up against Martinsburg on Tuesday evening after press time. The Bulldogs are 6-1 overall and 2-0 in the Eastern Panhandle, with wins over Washington and Hedgesville on tile card. Martinsburg travels to Spring Mills on Friday evening for another conference battle. The Cardinals are 4-4 overall and the game against the Bulldogs will be their Eastern Panhandle opener. The Washington boys have struggled out of the gate to a 2-5 overall record, but the Patriots have played some tough competition to this point. Washington fell in its only conference game against Martinsburg on Dec. 15. Two of Washington's losses have come to teams out of the Washington D.C. area, as well as Carvers Bay, S.C. The Patriots picked up both their wins over Silver Oak Academy, Md. The Patriots were scheduled to do battle with Hedgesville on Tuesday evening after press time, Washington will travel to play South Charleston this coming Saturday. The Black Eagles are 5-2 overall. The Jefferson girls fell to Spring Mills on Thursday by the final of 50-39. The Cougars are now 1-6 overall on the season. They took on Martinsburg on Tuesday evening after press time and will face Stone Bridge, Va tonight at 7:30 p.m. The Washington girls are 1-4 overall on the season, with their lone win coming over Berkeley Springs on Dec. 1. The Patriots traveled to Hampshire Tuesday after press time. They will get into heavy conference play starting with Spring Mills this coming Tuesday. Bra Pats By ZACH CUMBERLAND sports@spiritofjefferson.eom CHARLES TOWN -- The Washington High wrestlers had a busy week last week and it turned out to be a successful one. Washington's Cameron Pine and Jace Bradbury each reached the finals at the Hub Cup in North Hagerstown on Saturday. The Patriots came into the tour- nament after a 69-12 win over rival Jefferson on Wednesday. Pine and Bradbury, along with Musselman's Joey Miller were able to pick up wins in their quarterfinal and semifinal matches. Each wrestler won by fall or major decision. Pine made it to the 170 finals with two falls and had a bye in the first round. Pine took down North Hagerstown's Koby Durbin by way of a pin and Ma- son Newton out of Urbana to make his way to title round. Then Pine won his title match against Quince Orchard's Mar- quez Cooper by way of a pin. He got ahead 14-3 before taking Cooper down to finish off the match. Pine had previously lost two matches for the first time in two years the week before at the Trojan War tournament in Chambersburg, Pa. Then for the Patriots at 182 pounds, Bradbury had a first- round bye before a fall against Alwyn Taylor of Good Coun- sel. Bradbury collected a 9-0 decision over Kyle Dant out of Woodgrove. Bradbury went up against a tough opponent in North Hager- stown's Aaron Brooks. Brooks has competed at multiple levels across the country. Brooks got the best of Brad- bury in the first period with a pin for the win. Miller went up against Jose Echeona of Quince Orchard in the finals. Miller was able to get the pin to earn the title. After losing a year ago, Miller came out victorious this time around. Pats take home win over Cougs on the mat CHARLES TOWN -- The Washington Patriots wrestling team won the county showdown with rival Jefferson last Wednes- day by the final of 69-12. For the Cougars, Colton White earned a pin at 106 pounds. Then, after two Jefferson for- feits, Eric Dreyer earned a fall at 126. Marco Tapia was able to get Jefferson back within six points after a pin, but a couple more few forfeits gave Washington a co anding 48-12 lead. P ~l~r: Washington took over ad g four wins in a row. Cam- Pine' won at 170 pounds 'Jac:elBradbury won over Ja- cob'Biller of Jefferson at 182 pounds. After neither could manage to score in the first period, Brad- bury went up 1-0 in the second period, but Biller responded to take the lead. Bradbury evened the score at two and got the match into overtime before he got the takedown and the win. - Zach Cumberland ! I I t )