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January 25, 2013

Sports Calendar - 01/26/2013

FRIDAY’S RESULTS

College Men’s Basketball


Allegany at Dundalk, ppd.

College Swimming

Hampden Sydney, Hollins at Frostburg State, ccd.

High School Boys Basketball

Fort Hill at Allegany, ppd. until today, 6:30

Hope for Hyndman at Rockwood, ppd

Keyser at Southern, ppd. until Monday, Jan. 28

Mountain Ridge at Frankfort, ppd. until Wednesday, Feb. 6, 7:30

Turkeyfoot at Salisbury, ppd.

Broadfording at Calvary Christian, ppd.

Moorefield at Pocahontas County, ppd.

Petersburg at Berkeley Springs, ppd.

High School Girls Basketball

Broadfording at Calvary Christian, ppd.

Berkeley Springs at Keyser, ppd.

East Hardy at Moorefield, ppd.

Frankfort at Bishop Walsh, ppd. until Feb. 14

Petersburg at Mountain Ridge, ppd., TBA

High School Bowling

Mountain Ridge vs. Southern, at Par-Matt, ppd.

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Men’s Basketball


CCAC-Allegheny at Potomac State, ppd.

Mary Washington at Frostburg State, 3:00

Cecil at Allegany, 7:00

Garrett at Hagerstown, 8:00

College Women’s Basketball

CCAC-Allegheny at Potomac State, ppd.

Mary Washington at Frostburg State, 1:00

Garrett at Hagerstown, 6:00

Cecil at Allegany, ppd.

College Swimming

St. Mary’s at Frostburg State, 1:00

College Indoor Track and Field

Frostburg State at Bison Open & Multi, at Bucknell, 4:00

High School Boys Basketball

Harman at Paw Paw, 1:30

Fort Hill at Allegany, 6:30

Northern at Hampshire, 7:30

High School Girls Basketball

Frankfort at Allegany, 1:30

Fort Hill at Hedgesville, 3:30

Harman at Paw Paw, 5:00

High School Wrestling

Keyser, Moorefield at Petersburg Smash, 10:00

Mountain Ridge at Winters Mill, ppd.

Northern at Bedford (Pa.) Tournament

Williamsport at Southern, ppd. until Tuesday, Jan. 29, 4:00

Freshman Basketball

Fort Hill at Allegany, 3:30

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