College Men’s Basketball
Allegany 94, Dundalk 75
Potomac State at Penn Highlands, (n)
College Women’s Basketball
Potomac State 86, CCAC-South 34
High School Boy’s Basketball
Hyndman at Calvary, (n)
High School Girl’s Basketball
Calvary 42, Hyndman 31
Northern at Hampshire, ppd. until Feb. 13
Allegany at Mountain Ridge, ppd. until Feb. 15
Fort Hill at Keyser, canceled.
Berkeley Springs at Bishop Walsh, canceled
Southern at Frankfort, ppd.
Fort Hill at Allegany, canceled
High School Boy’s Basketball
Northern at Fort Hill, 7:30
Petersburg at Keyser, 7:30
Frankfort at Berkeley Springs, 7:30
Allegany at Bishop Walsh, 7:30
Southern at Mountain Ridge, 7:30
Moorefield at Tygarts Valley, 7:30
High School Wrestling
Northern at Southern, 7:00
Silver Oak, Preston at Allegany, 7:30
High School Bowling
Hampshire vs. Bishop Walsh, Wilson Lanes
Petersburg at Keyser, 4:30
Southern at Mountain Ridge, 6:00
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Northside wins, 12-3, advances to title series
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