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April 18, 2013

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College Baseball

Allegany 4-13, Southern Maryland 1-3

Garrett 4-4 Catonsville 3-9

College Men’s Lacrosse

Mary Washington at Frostburg State, 6:00

College Softball

Potomac State 19-15, Beaver County 2-0

Southern Maryland 11-8, Allegany 7-0

Garrett at Prince George’s (2), (n)

High School Baseball

Allegany 8, Bishop Walsh 0

Frankfort 8 Fort Hill 0

Hampshire 16, Southern 4

Keyser 2 Mountain Ridge 3,

East Hardy 12, Pendleton County 2

Hancock at Paw Paw, (n)

Moorefield at Tucker County, (n)

High School Softball

Mountain Ridge 8, Hampshire 0

Northern 7, Allegany 6

Petersburg at Moorefield, (n)

High School Tennis

Allegany at Southern, (n)

Fort Hill at Bishop Walsh, (n)

Petersburg vs. Braxton County, at West Virginia Wesleyan, (n)


College Softball

Frostburg State at Pitt-Greensburg (2), 3:00

Chesapeake at Potomac State (2), 4:00

College Women’s Lacrosse

Frostburg State at Shepherd, 4:00

High School Baseball

Allegany at Northern, 4:30

Salisbury at Shanksville-Stony Creek, 4:00

Calvary Christian at Paw Paw, 4:30

Frankfort at Mountain Ridge, 4:30

Petersburg at Hampshire, 4:30

High School Softball

Salisbury at Shanksville-Stony Creek, 4:00

East Hardy at Broadway, Va., 4:30

Hampshire at Fort Hill, 4:30

Northern at Bishop Walsh, 4:30

Mountain Ridge at Keyser, 6:00

High School Tennis

Moorefield at Frankfort, 4:00

Mountain Ridge at Keyser, 4:30

Northern at Hampshire, 4:30

High School Track and Field

Unified Track, at Greenway Avenue Stadium, 12:30

East Hardy, Moorefield, Union at Petersburg, 4:00

Junior Varsity Invitational, at Greenway Avenue Stadium, 4:30

Junior Varsity Baseball

Mountain Ridge at Somerset, 4:30

Junior Varsity Softball

Hampshire at Fort Hill, 6:00

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