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January 31, 2014

Sports Calendar - 02/01/2014

FRIDAY’S RESULTS

High School Boys Basketball


Allegany 95, Southern 61

Berlin 86, Salisbury 46

Calvary Christian 54, Grace Academy 51

Mountain Ridge 76, Northern 46

Petersburg 74, Lincoln 43

High School Girls Basketball

Bishop Walsh 58, Hope for Hyndman 55

Calvary Christian 43, Grace Academy 33

Keyser 48, Hampshire 39

Moorefield 68, Northern 59

Petersburg 62, Berkeley Springs 40

Southern 60, Mountain Ridge 43

Freshman Basketball

Fort Hill def. Mountain Ridge

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Men’s Basketball


Frostburg State at Wesley, 3:00

Anne Arundel at Garrett, 6:00

Beaver County at Potomac State, 7:00

Montgomery at Allegany, 7:00

College Women’s Basketball

Anne Arundel at Garrett, 4:00

Montgomery at Allegany, 4:45

Hagerstown at Potomac State, 7:00

College Swimming

Frostburg State, Mary Washington at Marymount, 1:00

High School Boys Basketball

Union at Trinity, 1:30

Paw Paw at Harman, 4:30

Keyser at Allegany, 6:30

High School Girls Basketball

Paw Paw at Harman, 1:30

Trinity at Fort Hill, 2:30

St. Maria Goretti at Allegany, 3:00

Southern at Bishop Walsh, 4:30

Frankfort at Robert C. Byrd, 7:30

Keyser at Moorefield, 7:30

High School Swimming

Hampshire, Musselman, Washington at Shepherd, 7:00

High School Wrestling

Frankfort, Keyser at Petersburg Smash, 9:00

Fort Hill, North Hagerstown at Francis Scott Key, 1:00

Hampshire at Mountain Ridge, 1:00

Freshman Basketball

Southern at Allegany, 1:00

Buckhannon-Upshur at Keyser, 2:00

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