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January 18, 2013

Sports Calendar - 01/18/2013

THURSDAY’S RESULTS

High School Boys Basketball


Frankfort 55, Keyser 40

Tucker County 78, Moorefield 61

High School Girls Basketball

Fort Hill 48, East Hardy 32

Keyser 43, Allegany 39

Southern 73, Northern 37

Freshman Basketball

Frankfort at Keyser

Petersburg at Southern, canceled

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

High School Boys Basketball


Shalom at Calvary Christian, 7:00

Bishop Walsh at Allegany, 7:30

Hancock at Hope for Hyndman, 7:30

Mountain Ridge at Fort Hill, 7:30

Southern at Northern, 7:30

Paw Paw at Salisbury, 7:30

High School Girls Basketball

Johnstown Christian at Salisbury, 6:00

Shalom at Calvary Christian, 5:30

Frankfort at Berkeley Springs, 7:30

Mountain Ridge at Petersburg, ppd., TBA

Pocahontas County at Moorefield, 7:30

High School Bowling

Allegany vs. Keyser, at Rainbow

Bishop Walsh vs. Calvary Christian, at The Bowler

Fort Hill vs. Lighthouse, at The Bowler

Lighthouse vs. Fort Hill, at White Oak

High School Wrestling

Petersburg at Huntingdon, 4:00

Mountain Ridge at Catoctin Duals

Freshman Basketball

Mountain Ridge at Fort Hill, 4:15

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