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April 30, 2013

Sports Calendar - 05/01/2013

TUESDAY’S RESULTS

College Baseball


Allegany 4, Frederick 2

High School Baseball

Grace 10, Calvary Christian 8

Hampshire 10-14, Frankfort 0-1

Hedgesville 14, Petersburg 4

Northern 4, Mountain Ridge 3

Southern 11, Bishop Walsh 1

High School Girls Soccer

Calvary Christian 7, Grace 0

High School Softball

Allegany at Southern, ppd. until today

Mountain Ridge at Northern, 4:30

West Virginia Sectional Playoffs

Class AA


Keyser 11, Frankfort 1, Keyser wins 2-0

Petersburg at Berkeley Springs, (n)

Class A

Moorefield 10, East Hardy 1

High School Tennis

Allegany 3, Hope for Hyndman 2 (boys)

Junior Varsity Baseball

Mountain Ridge 12, Northern 4

Junior Varsity Softball

Allegany at Southern, ppd. until today.

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Baseball


Mt. Aloysius at Frostburg State (2), 2:00

High School Baseball

Fort Hill at Northern, 4:30

Pendleton at Union, 4:30

Turkeyfoot at Paw Paw, 4:30

Berkeley Springs at Hampshire, 5:00

Allegany at Moorefield, 7:00

Mountain Ridge at Keyser, 7:30

High School Softball

Allegany at Southern, 4:30

Hope for Hyndman at Mountain Ridge, 4:30

Bishop Walsh at Northern, 5:00

West Virginia Sectional Playoffs

Class A


Moorefield at East Hardy, 7:00

High School Tennis

Bishop Walsh at Southern, 3:00

Allegany at Fort Hill, 4:00

Junior Varsity Baseball

Allegany at Moorefield, 4:30

Junior Varsity Softball

Allegany at Southern, following varsity

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