Fort Cumberland 9-4, Potomac Valley 4-3
Junior American Legion
Fort Cumberland 11-2, Woodsboro 0-3
Farrady Post 24 7-3, Chaney Post 11 2-4
Hot Stove League
13-year old - AL East 4, NL East 1
14-year old - NL West 8, AL East 5
15-year old - NL West 8, AL West 1
Pen Mar WV League
Tri-State Titans 7-3, Cumberland Orioles 0-1
Oakland Oaks 11-8, West Virginia Powerhouse 0-0
Hot Stove League
Keyser VFW at KMK Insurance/Outdoor Power at Memorial Field, 5:30
Riverside Sports at Chestnut Ridge, 6:00
Bill Miller Equipment at Fort Ashby Lions at Holler Field, 6:00
Grantsville at Keyser Moose at John Kruk Field, 6:00
Frostburg First United at Taylor Mining at Westernport, 6:00
Cresaptown Eagles at Cumberland Lions at Memorial Field, 8:00
Barrelville ODC vs. Cumberland Moose at Hamilton Field, 7:30
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Streets steers Keyser’s win
Ryan Streets led five double-figure scorers with 18 points and Keyser built a big lead and held off a furious fourth-quarter rally by Frankfort for a 76-73 win and the Class AA, Region II, Section 1 championship on Friday night.
Good Counsel, McDonogh in BWGIT title game
Good Counsel lost a nine-point lead in the final minute of regulation but regrouped quickly in overtime to defeat St. John’s, 75-66, for a berth in tonight’s Bishop Walsh Girls Invitational Tournament championship game.
Six seek state titles after first day
Six area wrestlers, including unbeaten Adam Martz of Mountain Ridge, remained in the hunt for Class 1A-2A wrestling state championships after Friday at the University of Maryland’s Cole Field House.
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Southern rams Allegany, 41-29
Rams win section title, will play Manchester Valley
Saturday afternoon for Region championship, state trip
Hoban sinks Lincoln
Katie Hoban’s 10th point at the second-overtime buzzer will continue Keyser’s historical run all the way to Charleston next week.
St. John’s brushes back pesky BW
Kaleah Harley scored 13 points and L.Tavlandes added nine to lead the defending champions, St. John’s College, to a come-from-behind 45-28 victory in the opening game of the Bishop Walsh Girls Invitational Tournament Thursday at Bishop Walsh School.
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