BW coaches to meet tonight
CUMBERLAND — There will be a meeting tonight for all head coaches at Bishop Walsh. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the library.
Wednesday night’s Bishop Walsh Athletic Association meeting is canceled.
Sunday School league caps 85th season
CUMBERLAND — The Cresaptown United Methodist team completed a perfect season in the Earl Nonnenmann/YMCA Sunday School Basketball League on Saturday, beating Lighthouse of Hope 25-7 in the Continental Junior Division championship game.
Darian Bauer scored seven points and Grant Cain had six as Cresaptown (14-0) added the playoff title to their regular-season championship. Lighthouse of Hope, the regular-season runner-up, finished 9-5.
The Holy Cross United Methodist Seniors beat Metro A.M.E. 43-17 in the United Division championship game. Garrett Weaver poured in 18 points for Holy Cross (12-2). Perry Kennedy led second-seeded Metro AME (10-4) with six points.
In the American Division, St. John’s Lutheran Seniors rolled past second-seeded Second Baptist 54-28 in the title game. Cody Butler had 22 points for St. John’s (13-1). Braden Stott and Michael Smith had seven for Second Baptist (10-4).
In the only upset of the day, The Potter’s House defeated regular-season champion St. Paul’s Lutheran 36-27 in the National Division final. Tyrone Maddox had 19 points for The Potter’s House (8-6), which was the second seed. Caleen O’Toole had 15 points for previously unbeaten St. Paul’s Lutheran (12-1).
Championship game results, all-star game practices and the all-star game schedule appear in today’s Scoreboard section at left.
BW coaches to meet tonight
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Allegany sweeps Harford
CUMBERLAND — Reynaldo Adames had three hits and two RBIs in the first game, and Wyatt Belinda belted a grand slam in the second, leading Allegany to a doubleheader sweep of Harford, both by 7-5 scores, in college baseball Saturday at The Rock.
So. Md. takes 2 from Allegany
LaPLATA — College of Southern Maryland took a doubleheader sweep of Allegany College of Maryland, 4-3, 6-4, in Maryland JUCO softball action Saturday at Southern Maryland.
Carr has 10 RBIs as Northern splits pair
HANCOCK — Brooks Carr hit two home runs and drove in 10 runs on the day as Northern split a pair of games at the Hancock Easter Classic, beating Broadfording Academy 26-1 before losing to St. James 10-6. Against Broadfording, Carr hit a three-run homer in a 10run first inning, and also had a two-run double, an RBI single and a sacrifice fly to finish with seven RBIs. He also teamed with Brett Oates on a four-inning no-hitter. Carr struck out seven over the first three innings and Oates fanned two in the fourth.
MR beats Southern for 58th
OAKLAND — Mountain Ridge hit three home runs on the day and used a five-run second to pull away from Southern, 9-2, in an Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference action Saturday morning at Southern to extend its winning streak to 58 games.
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Donald shoots 66, takes lead at RBC Heritage
Luke Donald had an eagle and six birdies to shoot 66 on Saturday and take a two-stroke lead over John Huh after three rounds at Harbour Town Golf Links.
Alabama defense dominates spring game
Blake Sims’ bid to replace AJ McCarron as Alabama’s starting quarterback hit a snag Saturday afternoon
Allegany wins two as pitchers take control
Allegany pitchers held two teams to eight base hits while defeating Smithsburg and Preston as part of the Mountain Ridge Easter Classic Friday afternoon at the Hot Stove Complex.
Salisbury overpowers FSU
Paige Knussman hit a grand slam during a seven-run third inning to lead Salisbury University to an 11-6 victory over Frostburg State, eliminating the Bobcats from the Capital Athletic Conference tournament Friday at Christopher Newport.
Frostburg bounced from CAC
Elliott Mortimer fired a four-hitter and Brad Wenzel and Colbe Herr had three hits as top-seeded York eliminated fourth-seeded Frostburg State from the Capital Athletic Conference tournament with a 5-1 victory Friday afternoon.
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