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April 20, 2013

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SATURDAY’S RESULTS

College Men’s Lacrosse


Frostburg State 17, Frostburg State 9

College Women’s Lacrosse

Salisbury 19, Frostburg State 5

College Baseball

Allegany 7-9, Essex 6-4

Dundalk 12-4, Garrett 3-2

Potomac State 12-3, Monroe 6-5

College Softball

Hagerstown 10-19, Allegany 9-0

Potomac State 4-15, Westmoreland 2-0

Salisbury 9-16, Frostburg State 0-0

College Men’s Tennis

York 8, Frostburg State 1

High School Baseball

Frankfort 18-15, Robert C. Byrd 2-4

Mountain Ridge 11, Southern 5

Petersburg 15-11, Liberty  1-3

Man at Moorefield, (n)

Hedgesville at Keyser (2), (n)

Richwood at Pendleton County, (n)

Allegany at Northern, ppd. until Wednesday

High School Softball

Southern at Bishop Walsh, Noon

Luray at East Hardy (2)

Allegany at Keyser

High School Boys Tennis

Bishop Walsh 5, St. Maria Goretti 2

High School Boys Track and Field

Jerry Calhoun Invitational


Smithsburg 170, Mountain Ridge 153, Fort Hill 89, Bishop Walsh 69, Allegany 40.5, Southern 31.5

High School Girls Track and Field

Jerry Calhoun Invitational


Mountain Ridge 205, Smithsburg 127, Southern 89, Bishop Walsh 50, Fort Hill 48, Allegany 21

Junior Varsity Baseball

Southern 5, Mountain Ridge 0

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

Auto Racing


At The Rock, Allegany County Speedway

RUSH Crate Late Models, Street Stocks, Hobby Stocks, 4 Cylinders, 4:45

College Baseball

Allegany at CCAC-South (2), Noon

Westmoreland at Garrett (2), Noon

Chesapeake at Potomac State, 2:00

College Softball

Potomac State at Mercyhurst Northeast (2), Noon

College Women’s Tennis

York at Frostburg State

 

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