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September 17, 2013

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TUESDAY’S RESULTS

College Field Hockey


Wilson 3, Frostburg State 2

College Men’s Soccer

Frostburg State 2, Penn State Altoona 0

College Women’s Soccer

McDaniel 3, Frostburg State 1

High School Golf

Bishop Walsh 180, St. Maria Goretti 185

High School Boys Soccer

Calvary Christian 2, Faith 1

Mountain Ridge 2, Bishop Walsh 0

Northern 5, Hope for Hyndman 1

Frankfort at Pendleton County

Keyser at Berkeley Springs, (n)

Petersburg at Hampshire, ppd.

High School Girls Soccer

Mountain Ridge 1, Allegany 0

Fort Hill at Hampshire, ppd.

Keyser at Berkeley Springs

High School Cross Country

Bishop Walsh Invitational


Girls: Mountain Ridge 20, Southern 54, Bishop Walsh 65, Keyser 85

Boys: Keyser 34, Southern 45, Allegany 91, Mountain Ridge 93, Bishop Walsh 96

 Paw Paw at Berkeley Springs

High School Volleyball

Calvary Christian 3, Faith 0

Keyser 3, Berkeley Springs 1

Moorefield 2, Paw Paw 0

Pendleton County 2, Paw Paw 0

East Hardy at Petersburg

Fort Hill at Hampshire, ppd.

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Men’s Soccer


Westmoreland at Potomac State, 3:00

College Women’s Soccer

Westmoreland at Potomac State, 5:00

College Volleyball

Baltimore at Allegany, 6:00

Potomac State at Hagerstown, 6:00

High School Golf

Frankfort, Keyser, Moorefield, Petersburg at Polish Pines, 4:00

High School Volleyball

Bishop Walsh at St. Maria Goretti, 7:00

Northern at Salisbury, 7:30

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