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March 10, 2014

Sports Briefs - 03/11/2014

Frostburg State’s Lowery eighth in shot put

BOSTON, Mass. — Frostburg State sophomore thrower J.R. Lowery captured eighth place in the shot put to highlight the Frostburg State University men’s and women’s track and field teams at the ECAC Indoor Championships.

Lowery had the only top-10 finish for the Bobcats with his eighth-place showing in the shot put (15.09 meters). He was 18th in the weight throw at 13.30 meters.

Senior Matt Collins earned 12th place in the 500-meter dash (1:07.31), while senior Morgan Carroll finished 69th in the 200-meter dash (27.35).

Frostburg State begins its outdoor season on March 22 at the Juniata (Pa.) Invitational.

LaVale baseball final sign-up Wednesday

LAVALE — The LaVale Athletic Association will hold a final registration for LaVale baseball, ages 11-12, Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m., at Chick-fil-A in the Country Club Mall. For information, call 240-727-2979.

Dapper Dan coaches to meet Thursday

CUMBERLAND — The Dapper Dan Little League will hold a Coaches Meeting on Thursday, 7 p.m., at the Good Fellowship Club. Topics of discussion will be the upcoming season, draft dates, and opening day.

Contact Adam Sterne at 301-707-6401 if unable to attend.


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