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April 23, 2013

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TUESDAY’S RESULTS

College Baseball


Frostburg State 10, Lebanon Valley 0

Garrett 9, Allegany 5

College Women’s Lacrosse

CAC Tournament


Mary Washington 22, Frostburg State 3

High School Baseball

Allegany 10, Bishop Walsh 2

Calvary Christian 9, Trinity 3

Frankfort 15, Southern 8

Pendleton 15, East Hardy 9

Petersburg 8, Moorefield 4

Salisbury 5, Rockwood 4

Keyser at Berkeley Springs, (n)

High School Softball

East Hardy 11, Pendleton County 0

Hope for Hyndman 27, Bishop Walsh 0

Moorefield 10-13, Tygarts Valley 0-0

Mountain Ridge 12, Allegany 0

Southern 15, Frankfort 5

Keyser at Berkeley Springs, (n)

High School Boys Tennis

Bishop Walsh 3, Fort Hill 2

Southern 4, Northern 1

High School Girls Tennis

Fort Hill 5, Bishop Walsh 0

Frankfort 4, Allegany 1

Southern 4, Northern 1

Junior Varsity Softball

Mountain Ridge 17, Allegany 2

Southern 8, Frankfort 5

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Baseball


Marietta at Frostburg State, 4:00

College Men’s Lacrosse

Mary Washington at Frostburg State

College Softball

Hagerstown at Potomac State (2), 3:00

College Tennis

CAC Semifinals


(4) Frostburg State at (1) Mary Washington

High School Baseball

Bishop Walsh at Mountain Ridge, 3:00

Allegany at Northern, completion of suspended game, 4:30

Frankfort at Southern, 4:30

Paw Paw at Trinity, 5:00

Hampshire at Jefferson, 6:00

Tucker County at Moorefield, 7:00

High School Softball

Hampshire at Frankfort, 4:00

Northern at Mountain Ridge, 4:00

East Hardy at Moorefield, 7:00

Pendleton at Petersburg, 7:00

High School Tennis

Hope for Hyndman at Bishop Walsh, 4:00

Berkeley Springs at Keyser, 4:30

High School Track and Field

AMAC Championships, at Fort Hill, 4:00

Junior Varsity Baseball

Frankfort at Southern, at Broadford Park, 4:30

Junior Varsity Softball

Northern at Mountain Ridge, 5:30

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