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March 20, 2014

Sports Roundup - 03/20/2014

Hot Stove coaches to meet tonight

CUMBERLAND — Hot Stove League coaches will meet tonight at the Hot Stove Bingo Hall at 7 p.m.

Coaches are expected to bring a tentative roster and candy papers will also be due at this time.


Softball league meeting Wednesday

CUMBERLAND — The Cumberland Industrial Softball League will hold an informational meeting on Wednesday, 7 p.m., at the Constitution Park meeting room.


Schedules, rosters requested

CUMBERLAND — Area high school athletic directors or head coaches of spring sports teams who have not yet provided the Times-News with copies of their team schedules and rosters are requested to do so.

Schedules and rosters may be emailed to mburke@times-news or faxed to the sports department at 301-722-5270.


Fearer Memorial crowns two champions

FROSTBURG — In Senior Division I action of the Fearer Memorial League last Saturday at the Frostburg Armory, Tyler Smallwood led a trio of double figure scorers with 18 points to send regular season champion Saint Paul’s Lutheran of Frostburg to a 54-37 win over second-seeded Independent Baptist Green in the Senior Division I Championship.

League MVP and scoring champ DelShawn Arnold had 16 points and Derrik Pryor had 11 in the win. Leading Independent Baptist in scoring with a game-high 20 points was  Darian Lopez. Saint  Paul’s completed the season at 11-1.

In the Senior Division II championship game, New Venture Christian captured both regular season and playoff championships capping off an undefeated season at 11–0 with a 40-28 win over the third-seeded Independent Baptist.

Pacing the Black and Orange was River Riffey with 15 points followed by Ryan McMillan’s 14. The League’s top scorer, Dylan Bean, and Wilbert Page were kept in check  with five and six points, respectfully. Independent Baptist was led by Dallas Hoover’s 11 points.

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