American Legion Baseball
Fort Cumberland vs. Grantsville at Garrett College, ppd.
Hot Stove Baseball
All games postponed
Fort Ashby Lions vs. Cumberland Optimist at Memorial Field
Thomas Chevrolet vs. Greg’s Auto Body at Holler Field
Cumberland Lions vs. Kiwanis at Hamitlon Field
Keyser Moose vs. Cork’s Cars at Broadford Park
Salisbury Legion vs. Keyser VFW at John Kruk Field
Hot Stove Baseball
Ridgeley VFW vs. Riverside Sports at Holler Field, 6:00
Twigg Plumbing & Heating vs. Cumberland Rotary at Hamilton Field, 6:00
Madigan’s Auto Sales vs. Frostburg 1st United at Frostburg Armory, 6:00
Hobo’s Restaurant vs. Lakeview Auto Parts at Northern High School, 6:00
Frostburg Legion vs. Team One Auto Mall at Broadford Park, 7:00
Rec League Baseball
Barrelsville ODC vs. Northside at Northern High School, 6:00
Hite Roofing vs. WEPCO at Westernport, 6:00
Personal Best vs. Fort Ashby at Memorial Field, 8:00
- Local Sports
- Sports Calendar - 12/11/2013
- Sports Roundup - 12/11/2013
Hits to head still prevalent in NFL
Almost once a game, an NFL player absorbs an illegal blow to the head or neck that could put his career — or worse — at risk.
Duncan’s 36 powers Chesapeake over ACM
Quentin Duncan scored a game-high 36 points to lead Chesapeake to a convincing 96-58 victory over the Allegany College of Maryland Trojans Monday evening on the Skipjacks home court.
Clawson ready to begin rebuilding Wake Forest
Dave Clawson seems like a natural fit for Wake Forest.
Trumbo, Anderson dealt as winter meetings pick up
The winter meetings got busy Tuesday with a three-team trade that sent slugger Mark Trumbo to Arizona, and Oakland dealt pitcher Brett Anderson to Colorado.
Josh McCown has kept Bears in playoff race
Quarterback Josh McCown has given the Chicago Bears a fighting chance.
Steelers still focused on winning, not 2014
The playoffs are practically off the table for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
BW’s boys coach Boyle resigns
Bishop Walsh Principal Shelby Webb announced Monday that head boys basketball coach Bob Boyle has resigned effective immediately.
Allegany to induct three into its Sports Hall of Fame
Allegany High School has three new members in its Sports Hall of Fame with the announcement of Donald “D.J.” Jessie, class of 1994; Jimmy O’Neal, class of 1991; and Tonya B. Wharton, class of 1992, being selected as the school’s 33rd enshrinement class, bringing the total membership to 111 inducted since the hall was instituted in 1980.
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