Steal split DH
CUMBERLAND — Brayden Poling was effectively wild, firing a no-hitter for the Cumberland Steal U13 in a 6-1 win over the Frederick County Cannons that followed a 6-3 loss in a doubleheader at Washington Middle School Saturday.
Poling struck out 10 and walked five, allowing an unearned run that stole home to score. Austin Martin singled three times, JP Stevenson drove in two on a single and Poling lined an RBI double.
Conner Turrill drove in four runs for the Cannons in the game one victory.
Devin Smith singled twice and Noah Steckman hit an RBI single for the Steal in the loss.
The Cumberland Steal (14-13-1) play a doubleheader at the Morgantown Charge today at noon.
Hot Stove All Star games scheduled
POTOMAC PARK — The Hot Stove Baseball League will hold its All-Star weekend on Saturday and Sunday at the Hot Stove Complex at the Allegany County Fairgrounds.
At 1 p.m. on Saturday, the American League 13-year olds will play Hamilton Field, the AL 14-year olds at Holler Field and the AL 15-year olds at Memorial Field. At 4 p.m., the National League 13-year olds will play at Hamilton, the NL 14-year olds at Holler and the 15-year olds at Hamilton.
On Sunday, the AL winners will play the NL winners at Memorial Field. The 13-year old game will begin at 1 p.m., the 14-year old game at 4 p.m. and the 15-year old will start at 7 p.m.
All players are asked to arrive one hour before their game time.
Keyser Monday tennis league beginning
KEYSER, W.Va. — Open tennis play begins in Keyser on Monday at 7 p.m. at the Keyser swimming pool courts. Play is open to all skill levels in the Tri-State area. Players may bring a partner if they wish or come alone to be matched up to compete in doubles play. Matches are tentatively scheduled to start at 7, 8, and 9 p.m.
Play will continue throughout the summer on Monday evenings. Due to the open format, players have options on play dates and starting times. For more information, contact Don Kingery at 304-788-3170 or 304-813-7004.
25th Iron Furnace 5K announced
LONACONING — The Georges Creek Promotion Council, in conjunction with Georges Creek Days is pleased to announce the 25th Annual Iron Furnace 5k run to be held, June 29 at 8 a.m. in Lonaconing. The point-to-point course will be along Georges Creek, through the streets of Lonaconing, and finish at the historic Iron Furnace on the north end of town. The course is mostly flat with a short hill at mile 1 and half mile slope at the 2 mile mark.
Awards will be given to the top three male and female finishers in each age group. For additional information about the race, call Zach Bittinger at 304-276-5658 or Tom Dawson at 301 463-6231.
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Three Fort Hill players selected for Crab Bowl
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Streets, Keyser defeat Northern
Keyser built up a 12-point lead by halftime and was able to maintain that margin through the second half to leave Accident Thursday evening with a 44-32 win, their first of the season, over Northern in Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference basketball.
Lowery leads FH to 57-25 victory
Sarah Lowery recorded a double-double of 20 points and 12 rebounds to lead Fort Hill to its second win in as many nights with a 57-25 triumph over Hope for Hyndman.
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Hampshire beats MR
Travis Clower poured in 34 points and hit six three-point goals to carry Hampshire to its first win, a 67-58 victory, over Mountain Ridge Wednesday evening.
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Washington reaches Final Four for hometown fans
It was more than exhaustion from a hard-fought match against Southern California that brought Washington’s Krista Vansant to tears.
A&M prepares for what could be Manziel’s last game
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