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January 24, 2014

Sports Calendar - 01/24/2014

THURSDAY’S RESULTS

College Men’s Basketball


Potomac State 67, Garrett 65

College Women’s Basketball

Garrett 84, Potomac State 81

High School Boys Basketball

Bishop Walsh 65, Calvary Christian 34

Mountain Ridge 45, Hope for Hyndman 26

Salisbury at Rockwood, (n)

High School Girls Basketball

Calvary Christian 49, Bishop Walsh 37

Keyser at Berkeley Springs, ppd. to today

Central 46, Allegany 24

Fort Hill at Trinity, (n)

Moorefield at Tygarts Valley, (n)

Northern at Petersburg, (n)

Paw Paw at Hope for Hyndman, (n)

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

High School Boys Basketball


Allegany at Fort Hill, 7:30

Berkeley Springs at Petersburg, 7:30

Bishop Walsh at Mountain Ridge, 7:30

Fulton County Christian at Calvary Christian, 7:30

Hope for Hyndman at Turkeyfoot, 7:30

Moorefield at Notre Dame, 7:30

Southern at Keyser, 7:30

Union at Paw Paw, 7:30

High School Girls Basketball

Fulton County Christian at Calvary Christian, 6:00

Hancock at Hope for Hyndman, 7:00

Keyser at Berkeley Springs, 6:00

East Hardy at Moorefield, 7:30

Salisbury at Rockwood, 7:30

Tucker County at Southern, ppd. to Feb. 8

High School Wrestling

Fort Hill at Mountain Ridge, 7:30

Petersburg at Huntington, Noon

Northern at Thomas Chevrolet Tournament, at Bedford

High School Bowling

Fort Hill at Allegany, at The Bowler

Lighthouse at Mountain Ridge, at Sherwood

Freshman Basketball

Allegany at Fort Hill, 4:15

Southern at Keyser, 4:15

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