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April 5, 2013

Sports Calendar - 04/06/2013


College Baseball

Frederick 8-9, Garrett 2-2

College Softball

Potomac State 5-12, Dundalk 4-3

College Men’s Tennis

Frostburg State 7, Wesley 2

College  Women’s Tennis

Frostburg State 9, Wesley 0

High School Baseball

Berlin 8, Hope for Hyndman 7

Calvary Christian 16, Grace Academy 7

Northern 8, Bishop Walsh 1

Southern 2, Keyser 1

High School Girls Soccer

Calvary Christian 2, Grace Academy 0

High School Softball

Northern 18, Salisbury 0


College Baseball

CCAC-South at Potomac State (2), Noon

Garrett at Anne Arundel (2), Noon

Frostburg State at St. Mary’s (2), 1:00

Allegany at Rappahannock (2), 2:00

College Women’s Lacrosse

Marymount at Frostburg State, 7:00

College Softball

Allegany at Anne Arundel (2), Noon

Garrett at Catonsville (2), Noon

Potomac State at CCAC-South (2), ccd.

College Women’s Tennis

Frostburg State at St. Mary’s, 2:00

College Track and Field

Bobcat Invitational, at Frostburg State, 9:30

High School Baseball

Frankfort at Moorefield (2), 11:00

Pocahontas at East Hardy (2), Noon

Mountain Ridge at Somerset Tournament

High School Softball

Keyser at Gene Baker Tournament, 10:00

Petersburg at Diamond Dawg Tournament, at North Marion, 10:00

Elkins at East Hardy (2), Noon

Friendship Academy at Allegany (2), ccd.

Mountain Ridge at Frankfort, Noon

Lewis County at Hampshire, Noon

F Club Classic - At Long Field

Fort Hill vs. Somerset, 10:00

Southern vs. Bishop O’Connell, noon

Southern vs. Somerset, 2:00

Fort Hill vs. Bishop O’Connell, 4:00

High School Tennis

PVC Championships, at Keyser, 9:00

High School Track and Field

Hampshire at Elkins, 9:00

Junior Varsity Baseball

Northern at Allegany (2), Noon

Junior Varsity Softball

F Club Classic - At Riverside

Fort Hill, Southern, Somerset, Northern, 10:00, Noon, 2:00, 4:00

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