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January 15, 2013

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TUESDAY’S RESULTS

High School Boys Basketball


Allegany 78, Northern 46

Calvary 58, Faith 42

Fort Hill 69, Keyser 36

Hampshire 47, Southern 45

Moorefield 70, Tygarts Valley 57

Mountain Ridge 64, Hope for Hyndman 61

Petersburg 59, Frankfort 53

Union 60, Harman 54

Salisbury at Rockwood, (n)

Pendleton County at East Hardy, (n)

High School Girls Basketball

Berkeley Springs 72, Keyser 50

Calvary Christian 42, Faith Christian 23

High School Wrestling

Meyersdale 51, Northern 21

Freshman Basketball

Mountain Ridge 37, Southern 35

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Men’s Basketball


Essex at Garrett, 7:00

Penn Highlands at Potomac State, 7:00

York at Frostburg State, 8:00

College Women’s Basketball

York at Frostburg State, 6:00

College Swimming

Bethany, SUNY-Cobleskill at Frostburg State, 6:00

High School Boys Basketball

Timber Ridge (Va.) at Paw Paw, 7:00

Hancock at Northern, 7:30

Hope for Hyndman at Turkeyfoot, 7:30

Salisbury at Shanksville-Stony Creek, 7:30

High School Girls Basketball

Hope for Hyndman at Hancock, 6:00

Salisbury at Shanksville-Stony Creek, 6:00

Harman at Union, 7:15

Petersburg at Pendleton, 7:30

Tygarts Valley at Moorefield, 7:30

High School Wrestling

Fort Hill, Southern at Keyser, 6:00

Mountain Ridge at Allegany, 7:30

High School Bowling

Hampshire vs. Southern, at Par-Matt

Mountain Ridge vs. Frankfort, at White Oak

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