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March 28, 2013

Sports Calendar - 03/29/2013


College Baseball

Frostburg State 12, Washington 3

Potomac State 8-10, Shenandoah 4-6

College Softball

Albemarle 16-4, Potomac State 3-0

Frostburg State 10-2, Dickinson 7-8

Garrett at Frederick (2), (n)

High School Baseball

Hancock 10, Paw Paw 0

Petersburg 16, Tucker County 0

Petersburg 3, Pendleton 0

Union at Tygarts Valley, (n)

Southern at Frankfort, ppd.

Bishop Walsh at Hope for Hyndman, ppd. until May 9

High School Softball

Bishop Walsh at Maryland Deaf, canceled

Northern at Mountain Ridge, (n)

Allegany at Hampshire, ppd.

Pocahontas at Moorefield (2), (n)


College Baseball

Frosburg State at Salisbury, 2:00

Garrett at Potomac State (2), 1:00

Salisbury at Frostburg State, 3:00

High School Baseball

Moorefield at Jefferson (2), 11:00

Hampshire at Elkins, Noon

Petersburg at Pocahontas, 1:00

Frankfort at Keyser, 4:30

High School Softball

Allegany at Fort Hill, 4:30

Southern at Keyser, Noon

Mountain Ridge at Frankfort, 4:00

High School Tennis

Mountain Ridge at Frankfort, 4:00

Junior Varsity Baseball

Frankfort at Keyser, 6:30

Junior Varsity Softball

Allegany at Fort Hill, follows varsity

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