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April 10, 2013

Sports Calendar - 04/11/2013


College Baseball

Garrett 14, Allegany 7

Potomac State 7-15, West Virginia Wesleyan 5-1

College Men’s Lacrosse

York 11, Frostburg State 4

College Softball

Chesapeake 10-8, Allegany 0-0

Frostburg State 4-14, York 3-5

Potomac State 11-23, CCAC-South 1-0

High School Baseball

Frankfort 16, Keyser 2

East Hardy 12-13, Paw Paw 0-0

Moorefield 12, Pendleton 4

High School Softball

East Hardy 8, Petersburg 7

Fort Hill 6, Hampshire 1

Hancock at Bishop Walsh, ppd. until today

Frankfort at Berkeley Springs (n)

Boys High School Tennis

Mountain Ridge 4, Hope for Hyndman 1

Fort Hill 3, Northern 2

Girls High School Tennis

Fort Hill 5, Northern 0

Keyser 6, Frankfort 1

Junior Varsity Baseball

Southern 8, Petersburg 2


College Softball

Garrett at Beaver County (2), 3:00

College Track and Field

Frostburg State at Messiah Invitational

High School Baseball

Hampshire at Mountain Ridge, 4:00

Southern at Allegany, 4:00

Berkeley Springs at Keyser, 4:30

Hancock at Bishop Walsh, 4:30

Hope for Hyndman at Calvary Christian, 4:30

Northern at Fort Hill, 4:30

Berlin Brothersvalley at Salisbury, 7:30

High School Girls Soccer

Calvary Christian at Highland View, 4:30

High School Softball

East Hardy at Musselman, 4:00

Hampshire at Mountain Ridge, 4:00

Hancock at Bishop Walsh, 4:30

Berlin Brothersvalley at Salisbury, 4:15

Southern at Northern, 4:30

Berkeley Springs at Keyser, 6:00

High School Tennis

Allegany at Mountain Ridge, 4:00

Frankfort at Southern, 4:00

Hampshire at Fort Hill, 4:00

Moorefield at Keyser, 4:30

High School Track and Field

Moorefield at Frankfort, 4:00

Junior Varsity Baseball

Hampshire at Mountain Ridge, at Armory, 4:30

Northern at Fort Hill, 4:30

Southern at Allegany, at Holler Field, 4:30

Berkeley Springs at Keyser, 6:00

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Local Sports
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    CUMBERLAND — Trenton Eirich, who led Allegany to one of the most successful three-year runs in school history and finished among the all-time leaders in multiple categories in the storied boys basketball program at the Sedgwick Street school, has had his name added to another pretty prestigious list.

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  • Mountain Ridge pitcher Dylan Shimko Sivic’s grand slam powers Allegany past Northern

    ACCIDENT — Colton Sivic’s grand slam secured No.1 ranked Allegany’s 10-5 victory over No. 3 Northern in an Appalachain Mountain Athletic Conference matchup Wednesday evening as the Campers stayed perfect on the season.

    April 24, 2014 1 Photo

  • Petersburg outlasts Pendleton

    FRANKLIN — Second-ranked Petersburg’s four-run seventh inning propelled the Vikings over Pendleton County 14-10 on Wednesday afternoon.

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  • Georgius leads FSU over No. 23 Marietta

    MARIETTA, Ohio — Kenny Georgius scattered six hits and struck out seven over eight solid innings to lift Frostburg State to a 7-1 win over No. 23 Marietta College for a split of their Wednesday afternoon doubleheader.

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  • PSC sweeps Westmoreland

    YOUNGWOOD, Pa. — Mariah Martin tossed a two-hitter and Britani Chambers homered in the first game, and Meghan Anderson led a 13-hit attack in the second as Potomac State swept Westmoreland, 5-2 and 6-3, on Wednesday afternoon.
    In the opener, Martin, staked to a 3-0 lead in the first inning, allowed only two hits, struck out eight and walked just one in a complete-game victory.

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  • Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman NFL players talk about race with Harvard students

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Richard Sherman was called all kinds of names after his raging rant at the end of the NFC championship game. It was worth it, the Seattle cornerback said, because it gave him a chance to talk about the perception of black athletes to a wider audience.

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  • Arizona Diamondbacks and Chicago Cubs Party a century in the making for Wrigley Field

    CHICAGO — There was a giant replica cake right next to the Ernie Banks statue, and an old-time band played as fans made their way through the main entrance.
    The famed marquee had a message, too.

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  • Miller, Mtn. Ridge shut out Alco, 2-0 Miller, Mtn. Ridge shut out Alco, 2-0

    Jenna Miller pitched well enough to keep Allegany off the scoreboard and Mountain Ridge scrapped together two runs as the No. 1 Miners topped the No. 3 Campers 2-0 at Carl Belt Field for their 60th consecutive win.

    April 23, 2014 1 Photo