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September 19, 2013

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THURSDAY’S RESULTS

High School Boys Soccer

Allegany 3, Southern 0

Bishop Walsh 1, Calvary 0

Keyser 3, Petersburg 2

Musselman 6, Hampshire 0

High School Girls Soccer

Bishop Waklsh 3, Fort Hill 0

Petersburg 4, Keyser 2

Northern at Frankfort

Musselman at Hampshire

High School Golf

Bishop Walsh 182, Fort Hill 189, Allegany 206

Garrett County Championship: Southern 179, Northern 191

High School Volleyball

Fort Hill 3, Allegany 0

Hampshire 3, Southern 0

Hope for Hyndman 3, Salisbury 2

Mountain Ridge 3, Northern 0

Spring Mills 3, Keyser 0

Frankfort at East Hardy

Freshman Football

Fort Hill at Keyser, (n)

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Volleyball


Butler at Allegany, 6:00

Frostburg State at Lebanon Valley, 6:00

Essex at Potomac State, 7:00

High School Football

Berkeley Springs at Frankfort, 7:00

Keyser at Northern, 7:00

Mountain Ridge at Allegany, 7:00

Petersburg at Clear Spring, 7:00

Southern at Silver Oak, 7:00

Pocahontas County at East Hardy, 7:30

Tucker County at Moorefield, 7:30

High School Boys Soccer

Hope for Hyndman at Fannett-Metal, 4:00

Calvary at Heritage, 4:30

Mountain Ridge Shootout

Washington vs. Preston, 6:00

High School Girls Soccer

Mountain Ridge Shootout


Washington vs. Mountain Ridge, 8:00

High School Volleyball

Calvary at Heritage, 5:30

Hope for Hyndman at Paw Paw, 7:15

Junior Varsity Boys Soccer

Mountain Ridge Shootout

Washington vs. Preston, 4:00

Junior Varsity Girls Soccer

Mountain Ridge Shootout

Washington vs. Mountain Ridge, at practice field, 4:00

 

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