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The Martinsburg Journal
Cougars, Cardinals expect tough gameballpark, Sager Field. Game time is 6 p.m. "Really, we've had two similar game
Cougars, Cardinals expect tough game
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted yesterday
ballpark, Sager Field. Game time is 6 p.m. "Really, we've had two similar games with them this spring," Jefferson coach John Lowery said. "Both teams have good pitching, and pitching is the name of the game, especially at tournament time. "We... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Jefferson holds on to down Musselmanpossible. "You can't shut people out all of the time, but we try to minimize t
Jefferson holds on to down Musselman
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 7 days ago
possible. "You can't shut people out all of the time, but we try to minimize the number of runs given up," Jefferson coach John Lowery said. "That's a tribute to our pitching and our defense. "They can play. I know we didn't make every play, but... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
And the winner is...from left to right, are Shepherd football coach Monte Cater, Hampshire’s Evan S
And the winner is...
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 8 days ago
from left to right, are Shepherd football coach Monte Cater, Hampshire’s Evan Staley and Jefferson baseball coach John Lowery at Sunday’s Victory Awards Dinner. Cater earned the Furfari Award, given to the top college coach in the state as... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Musselman knocks off Washingtontoday. The Musselman Applemen will take on Jefferson on Saturday. "They are a
Musselman knocks off Washington
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 11 days ago
today. The Musselman Applemen will take on Jefferson on Saturday. "They are a tremendous team, and (Jefferson coach) John Lowery does a great job coaching and creating a team," Sibole said. "He is known for creating a team that is capable and... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Weather affects start of tournamentswinners advances to regional and - they hope -to the state final four. "This i
Weather affects start of tournaments
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 12 days ago
winners advances to regional and - they hope -to the state final four. "This is what everybody points to," Jefferson coach John Lowery said. "With (Eastern Panhandle Athletic) Conference play, that creates some interest during the season, but the... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Davis pulls off rare featso the notion of three games was squashed. It all depends on your approach. I
Davis pulls off rare feat
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 16 days ago
so the notion of three games was squashed. It all depends on your approach. Immediate thought on seeing that story: "John Lowery would've played three." Jefferson has played some tripleheaders in its history under the esteemed coach who... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Cougars’ Davis hurls perfect game against Hampshirein becoming only the second Jefferson player in history to pitch a perfect game
Cougars’ Davis hurls perfect game against Hampshire
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 19 days ago
in becoming only the second Jefferson player in history to pitch a perfect game. "It was a good effort," Jefferson coach John Lowery said. "He commanded the strike zone all night. The fact he threw strikes and only had one 3-2 count speaks to his... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Second day better than first for Cougarsreliever Jordan Beans picked up the win. "It was another nip-and-tuck battle w
Second day better than first for Cougars
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 20 days ago
reliever Jordan Beans picked up the win. "It was another nip-and-tuck battle with Spring Mills," Jefferson coach John Lowery said. "It was a well-pitched game on both sides, and I'm just glad the weather cooperated enough for us to be... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Cougars’ Davis gets redemptionhe announced he was finishing the game no matter what. "I don't think Brad wou
Cougars’ Davis gets redemption
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 24 days ago
he announced he was finishing the game no matter what. "I don't think Brad would've let me take him out," Jefferson coach John Lowery said. He put Bridgeport down 1-2-3 in the seventh, getting a pair of groundouts sandwiched around the last of... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Lowery, Tallman share state awardDavid Tallman, the second-year boys basketball coach at Morgantown High School,
Lowery, Tallman share state award
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 30 days ago
David Tallman, the second-year boys basketball coach at Morgantown High School, and John Lowery, the veteran Jefferson High baseball coach, tied in balloting and both will be honored at the 70th annual Victory Awards Dinner on May 15 at the... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Tallman, Lowery share honors for Van Meter AwardDavid Tallman, the second-year boys basketball coach at Morgantown High School,
Tallman, Lowery share honors for Van Meter Award
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
David Tallman, the second-year boys basketball coach at Morgantown High School, and John Lowery, the veteran Jefferson High baseball coach, tied in balloting and both will be honored at the 70th annual Victory Awards Dinner on May 15 at the... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Jefferson pounds out 16 hits to roll past Musselmanon back-to-back at-bats for a pair of triples in Musselman's spacious ballpark.
Jefferson pounds out 16 hits to roll past Musselman
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 1 months ago
on back-to-back at-bats for a pair of triples in Musselman's spacious ballpark. "We had some clutch hits," Jefferson coach John Lowery said. "(Nick) Chorney hit the ball hard three times. Cameron had two nice triples. Paul (Witt) always has a big... Read more

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