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April 26, 2013

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FRIDAY’S RESULTS

College Baseball


Frostburg State 9-9, Penn State-Altoona 3-0

Garrett 14-10, Montgomery 4-9

College Softball

Potomac State 6-5, Southern 5-8

CCAC-South at Garrett (2), (n)

CAC Tournament - At Salisbury

(3) Frostburg State 5, (2) Mary Washington 4

(1) Salsibury 3, (3) Frostburg State 2, 8 innings

High School Baseball

Allegany 11, Frankfort 4

Fort Hill 2, Keyser 1

Mountain Ridge 12, Bishop Walsh 7

Northern 3, Southern 1

Rockwood 8, Hope for Hyndman 7

Elkins at Hampshire, 4:00

Paw Paw at Turkeyfoot, (n)

Petersburg at University (2), (n)

Pendleton at Jefferson, (n)

Moorefield at East Hardy, (n)

High School Softball

Allegany 2, Southern 1, 8 innings

Hope for Hyndman 10, Rockwood 0

Mountain Ridge 2, Fort Hill 1

East Hardy at Washington (2), (n)

Petersburg at Keyser, (n)

Northern at Salisbury, (n)

High School Boys Tennis

Hope for Hyndman 3, Allegany 2

Keyser 7, Moorefield 0

Mountain Ridge 3, Bishop Walsh 2

High School Girls Tennis

Mountain Ridge 4, Bishop Walsh 1

Berkeley Springs at Frankfort, 4:00

Keyser at Moorefield, 4:00

High School Track and Field

Bishop Walsh at Northern Bedford

Junior Varsity Baseball

Southern 6, Northern 2

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Baseball


Garrett at Essex (2), Noon

Harford at Allegany (2), Noon

Shenandoah at Potomac State (2), Noon

College Men’s Lacrosse

CAC Tournament Semifinals

College Softball


Butler County at Garrett (2), Noon

Westmoreland at Potomac State (2), Noon

CAC Tournament - At Salisbury

(3) Frostburg State vs. (2) Mary Washington, 10:00

Championship

Frostburg State/Mary Washington winner vs. (1) Salisbury, Noon

Second game, if necessary, 4:00

College Track and Field

Frostburg State at Shippensburg

High School Baseball

Frankfort at Allegany, 10:00

East Hardy at Notre Dame, Noon

Hampshire at Preston (2), Noon

Moorefield at South Harrison, Noon

Northern at Keyser, Noon

Pendleton at Musselman, 1:00

Petersburg at East Fairmont (2), 1:00

Tucker County at Paw Paw, 1:00

East Hardy at South Harrison, 3:00

Moorefield at Notre Dame, 3:00

Calvary Christian at Paw Paw, 4:00

Bishop Walsh at North Star Tournament

High School Softball

Musselman at Frankfort, 11:00

Preston at Hampshire, Noon

Mountain Ridge at Northern, 1:00

High School Track and Field

Hampshire, Mountain Ridge at James Wood, 9:00

Junior Varsity Baseball

Frankfort at Mountain Ridge (2), 10:00

Hampshire at Northern, Noon

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