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February 1, 2014

Sports Roundup - 02/02/2014

Taylor Mines

Hot Stove team opens registration

WESTERNPORT — Anyone interested in playing Hot Stove baseball for Taylor Mines should contact John Smith at 301-707-5302.

Players who live in the Westernport and Georges Creek area and will be between the ages of 13 and 15 as of May 1 are eligible to play.

Post 13 planning baseball season

CUMBERLAND — The Fort Cumberland Post 13 American Legion baseball teams are planning for the upcoming season, with Mike Hutchinson the new manager of the senior team and Brian Kesner the manager of the junior team.

Interested players living in Allegany County are eligible and invited to play for Post 13. The age limit is 19 and under for the senior team, and 16 and under for the junior team. For more information, contact Hutchinson at 301-697-5243 or, or Kesner at 301-876-3763. An informational meeting will be held at a later date.

Maddy, Madden win district

Hoop Shoot titles

FREDERICK — Local youths Abigail Maddy and Griffin Madden won first place in their respective divisions at the Elks Hoop Shoot district championships Saturday at Whittier Elementary School.

Maddy took first place in the girls 10-11 age division, and Madden was the winner in the boys 8-9 age division.

Maddy and Madden were two who had earned trips to the districts by winning the local Frostburg Elks Hoop Shoot.

Other locals participating in the district competition were Sydney Snyder, second in the 8-9 girls division; Payton Smith, second in the 12-13 girls division; Ashton Shimko, third in the 10-11 boys division, and Tim Sterne, second in the 12-13 boys division.

Maddy and Madden will compete in the state hoop shoot on Feb. 15 at Whittier Elementary.

Scaletta Memorial Tournament

meeting Feb. 9

LONACONING — There will be a meeting on Sunday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. at the Westmar Middle School library for all Tri-County League coaches and any other teams wishing to participate in this year’s Gene Scaletta Memorial Tournament which begins March 3.

Anyone unable to attend the meeting but would like to reserve a spot in the tournament should call Rick Scaletta at 301-707-6629 after 3:30 p.m. or 301-463-6705 from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

PVAA Little League

seeking  umpires

CRESAPTOWN — The PVAA Little League is seeking umpires to work games in the upcoming season. Candidates must be at least 16 years of age, and previous experience is preferred.

If interested or for more information, contact Norman McKenzie at 240-920-9972.

No. 20 WVU

women top

TCU, 66-62

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Asya Bussie scored 19 points and pulled down a career-high 15 rebounds as No. 20 West Virginia overcame a sloppy offensive performance to beat TCU 66-62 Saturday night.

TCU (12-9, 3-6 Big 12) led 56-42 after Donielle Breaux’s layup with 7:50 remaining. West Virginia then rattled off a 16-4 run, capped by the second back-to-back 3-pointers by Taylor Palmer, pulling ahead 62-56 with 2:34 left.

Zahna Medley, who paced TCU with 29 points, single-handedly outscored WVU (19-3, 8-2) 6-1 over a 59-second span to pull the Horned Frogs within a point, 63-62. Palmer, however, made 3 of 4 free throws in the final 32 seconds to hold off TCU.

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