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January 16, 2013

Sports Calendar - 01/17/2013


College Men’s Basketball

Frostburg State 70, York 47

Garrett 74, Essex 62

Potomac State 92, Penn Highlands 76

College Women’s Basketball

Potomac State 58, CCAC-South 28

York 56, Frostburg State 40

High School Boys Basketball

Northern 64, Hancock 37

Hyndman 76, Turkeyfoot 46

Shanksville-Stony Creek 68, Salisbury 17

Timber Ridge (Va.) at Paw Paw, (n)

High School Girls Basketball

Hancock 55, Hope for Hyndman 42

Pendleton 50, Petersburg 48

Tygarts Valley 45, Moorefield 37

Shanksville-Stony Creek 65, Salisbury 37

Union 57, Harman 27

High School Wrestling

Mountain Ridge at Allegany, ppd.; rescheduled for Monday


High School Boys Basketball

Frankfort at Keyser, 7:30

Moorefield at Tucker County, 7:30

High School Girls Basketball

Fort Hill at East Hardy, 7:30

Keyser at Allegany, 7:30

Southern at Northern, 7:30

High School Wrestling

Allegany, Hope for Hyndman, Hampshire at Frankfort, 6:00

High School Bowling

Fort Hill vs. Calvary Christian, at The Bowler

Frankfort vs. Bishop Walsh, at The Bowler

Keyser vs. Mountain Ridge, at Sherwood

Freshman Basketball

Frankfort at Keyser, 4:15

Petersburg at Southern, canceled

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