Cecil 11-17, Allegany 0-0
Garrett 15-7, Thomas Nelson 0-4
Mary Washington 6-9, Frostburg State 5-7
Potomac State 10-13, Shenandoah 5-5
College Men’s Lacrosse
Salisbury 11, Frostburg State 2
College Women’s Lacrosse
Mary Washington 16, Frostburg State 8
Frederick 7-6, Allegany 2-2
High School Baseball
Lincoln 13-1, Frankfort 6-4
Hampshire 9, Northern 2
Petersburg 12-0, Berkeley Springs 11-10
High School Softball
Berkeley Springs 5-2, Petersburg 3-5
Northern 8, Hampshire 3
Southern 13, Hampshire 6
Hedgesville 5-0, Fort Hill 3-3
Bishop Walsh at Frankfort (2)
Westmoreland at Allegany (2), Noon
Cecil at Potomac State (2), Noon
Garrett at Prince George’s (2), Noon
Frostburg State at Mary Washington, 1:00
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Mtn. Ridge reels off 23-point win
Mountain Ridge employed an 18-9 third quarter to open up an 18-point lead on Boonsboro and the Miners buried all attempts at a Warriors comeback to capture their first win of the year, 74-51, Wednesday in Frostburg.
Trojans ride Rievel to first conference win
Gina Rievel and Courtney Landis both broke the 20-point mark Wednesday evening to push Allegany College of Maryland to its first Maryland JUCO win after beating Cecil 77-65 on the road.
Taylor, Tichnell put Keyser atop Fort Hill, 56-42
Lexi Taylor and Katlynn Tichnell scored 17 points apiece as Keyser improved to 3-0 with a 56-42 victory over Fort Hill on Wednesday.
Mansfield leads area by shooting perfect game at Rainbow Lanes
Kevin Mansfield’s perfect game at Rainbow Lanes highlighted area scoring this week. C.P. Sines with 784, also at Rainbow, produced the high series.
- Sports Calendar - 12/12/2013
Roethlisberger OK with progress despite losses
Ben Roethlisberger’s numbers have never been better. The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback is on pace to smash most of the team single-season passing records he already owns.
I, Robot? No more for Jets’ Geno Smith
Geno Smith was more R2D2 than NFL quarterback for a few dismal weeks.
- Sports Calendar - 12/11/2013
- Sports Roundup - 12/11/2013
Hits to head still prevalent in NFL
Almost once a game, an NFL player absorbs an illegal blow to the head or neck that could put his career — or worse — at risk.
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