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April 29, 2013

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MONDAY’S RESULTS

College Softball


Hagerstown at Garrett (2), ppd.

High School Baseball

Allegany 5, Fort Hill 2

Bishop Walsh 7, Keyser 6

Frankfort 6, Musselman 3

Pendleton 8, Bath County 4

Mountain Ridge at Northern, ppd. until today

Tucker County at Southern, ppd. until May 3

High School Softball

Fort Hill 4, Allegany 2

Hyndman 8, Hancock 0  

Northern at Southern, ppd. until May 7

West Virginia Sectional Playoffs

Class AA


Keyser 4, Frankfort 2

Petersburg 4, Berkeley Springs 2

High School Tennis

Bishop Walsh 3, Allegany 2 (boys)

Bishop Walsh 4, Allegany 1 (girls)

Mountain Ridge 5, Fort Hill 0 (boys)

Mountain Ridge 4, Fort Hill 1 (girls)

Petersburg at Southern (boys), canceled

Southern at University (girls), canceled

Junior Varsity Baseball

Allegany 5, Fort Hill 2

Mountain Ridge at Northern, ppd. until today

Tucker County at Southern, canceled

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Softball


Westmoreland at Garrett (2), 3:00

High School Baseball

Mountain Ridge at Northern, 3:30

Petersburg at Hedgesville (2), 3:30

Frankfort at Hampshire (2), 4:00

Grace at Calvary Christian, 4:30

Paw Paw at Union, 4:30

Southern at Bishop Walsh, 4:30

High School Girls Soccer

Grace at Calvary Christian, 4:30

High School Softball

Allegany at Southern, 4:30

Mountain Ridge at Northern, 4:30

West Virginia Sectional Playoffs

Class AA


Keyser at Frankfort, 6:00

Class A

East Hardy at Moorefield, 7:00

High School Tennis

Hampshire at Moorefield, 4:00

Hope for Hyndman at Allegany, 4:00

Petersburg at Bath County, 4:00

Southern at Northern, 4:00

High School Track and Field

Western Maryland Invitational, at Mountain Ridge, 4:00

PVC Championships, Class AA, at Keyser, 4:30

Junior Varsity Baseball

Mountain Ridge at Northern, 5:30

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