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February 22, 2014

Sports Calendar - 02/22/2014

FRIDAY’S RESULTS

College Baseball


Potomac State at Florence Tech (S.C.), ppd., rain

High School Boys Basketball

Allegany 87, MATHS 50

Fort Hill 46, Bishop Walsh 44

Frankfort 82, Union 48

Moorefield 66, East Hardy 41

Mountain Ridge 43, Northern 35

Paw Paw 76, Hancock 58

Pendleton 73, Petersburg 69

Southern 61, Keyser 59

High School Girls Basketball

Mountain Ridge 51, Fort Hill 42

Paw Paw 49, Hancock 39

Spring Mills 51, Hampshire 34

Moorefield at Petersburg, (n)

Mason-Dixon Christian Conference Semifinal

(1) Shalom 41, (4) Calvary 36

(2) New Life 60, (3) Faith 50

Freshman Basketball

Keyser 56, Southern 46

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

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At Thomasville, N.C.

Frostburg State vs. Old Westbury (N.Y.), (2), 1:00

At Florence, S.C.

Potomac State vs. USC-Lancaster, Noon

Potomac State vs. Georgia Highlands, 5:00

College Men’s Lacrosse

DeSales (Pa.) at Frostburg State, 1:00

College Women’s Lacrosse

Allegheny (Pa.) at Frostburg State, 5:00

College Swimming

Capital Athletic Conference Semifinals, second round

College Track and Field

Frostburg State at Capital Athletic Conference Championships, at Christopher Newport (Va.), 9:00

College Men’s Basketball

Cecil at Potomac State, 2:00

Salisbury at Frostburg State, 3:00

Northern Virginia at Garrett, 6:00

College Women’s Basketball

Salisbury at Frostburg State, 1:00

Northern Virginia at Garrett, 4:00

High School Boys Basketball

Hampshire at Jefferson, 7:00

Hancock at Northern, 7:30

Petersburg at Keyser, 7:30

Harman at Union, rescheduled for Feb. 25

High School Girls Basketball

Bishop Walsh at Allegany, 2:30

Moorefield at Petersburg, 7:30

Mason-Dixon Conference Tournament

At Grace Academy

Consolation


(4) Calvary vs. (3) Faith, 3:30

Championship

(2) New Life vs. (1) Shalom, 6:30

West Virginia Sectional Playoffs

Class A, Region 2, Section 1

(5) South Harrison at (4) Union, 6:00

High School Bowling

Showcase Tournament, at White Oak Lanes, 11:00

High School Wrestling

Bi-County Tournament, at Southern, 10:00

Hope for Hyndman at District V Championships, at Windber, 10:00

West Virginia Class AA Regional, at Frankfort, 10:00

Hampshire at West Virginia Regionals

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