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March 21, 2014

Sports Roundup - 03/21/2014

Bishop Walsh seeks girls

soccer coach


CUMBERLAND — Bishop Walsh School is seeking a head coach for high school girls soccer.

Interested persons should send their resumes to athletic director Jim Zamagias at jzamagias@bishopwalsh.org. Call 301 724 5360, extension 213 for more information or questions. The deadline to apply is April 1.

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.

5 FSU field hockey players named to academic team

FROSTBURG — Five Frostburg State University field hockey players have been named to the 2013 Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA Division III National Academic Squad it was announced Wednesday.

Seniors Courtney Abell, Tori Suess and Tiffany Weschler, along with junior Katie Farr and sophomore Emma Wade each achieved a 3.3 GPA or higher in the fall semester to earn a spot on the academic squad.

Suess, a psychology major, and Wade, an early childhood/elementary education major, led the group with perfect 4.0 GPA’s in the fall semester. Suess carries a 3.944 overall grade point average, while Wade boasts a perfect 4.0. Weschler posted a 3.7 GPA in the fall semester, followed by Farr (3.6) and Abell (3.4).

Abell, a sociology major, scored five goals this past season including two each in the final two games of the season. Farr, a double major in international studies and foreign language and literature, tied for sixth on the team with four goals and one assist. Weschler, a double major in law and society and sociology, finished second on the team with five defensive saves.

The Bobcats finished the season 7-13 overall.

Wrestling

tournament

Saturday


CUMBERLAND — The Western Maryland Spring Classic Wrestling Tournament will be held at Fort Hill High School on Saturday.

The event is open to all wrestlers ages kindergarten to 12th grade and will also feature an open division for adults.

Weigh-ins will begin Saturday morning from 7 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. with the four-mat wrestling tournament scheduled to begin at 10a.m.

Walk-ins are welcome. For more information, contact Bernie Nichols at 301-697-5441.

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