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May 17, 2013

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FRIDAY’S RESULTS

Junior College Baseball

Eastern District Tournament

At Potomac State


Spartanburg Methodist 9, Potomac St. 7

ASA 4, USC-Lancaster 3

Potomac State 8, USC-Lancaster 0

High School Baseball

Maryland Class 1A West Region

Championship


Allegany 2, Clear Spring 1

Regular Season

Windber 9, Hope for Hyndman 7

High School Softball

Maryland Class 1A West Region

Championship


Mountain Ridge 5, North Carroll 4, 9 innings

Hot Stove League

Cresaptown Eagles 12, Keyser Moose 0

Hobo’s Restaurant 8, Kiwanis 4

Keyser VFW 11, Cumberland Rotary 1

KMK Insurance/Outdoor Power 10, Greg’s Auto Body 0

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

Junior College Baseball

Eastern District Tournament

At Potomac State


Spartanburg Methodist vs. ASA, 11:00

Potomac State vs. Spartanburg Methodist/ASA loser, 30 minutes after first game

High School Track and Field

West Virginia State Championships, at Charleston

Hot Stove Baseball League

At Holler Field


D&D Homes/G&S Coal vs. Greg’s Auto Body, 10:00

Team One Auto Mall vs. Twigg Plumbing & Heating, 12:30

KMK Insurance/Outdoor Power vs. Cumberland Lions, 3:00

Salisbury Legion vs. Cumberland Rotary, 5:30

At Hamilton Field

Grantsville vs. Ridgeley VFW, 10:00

Frostburg 1st United vs. Thomas Chevrolet, 12:30

Lakeview Auto Parts vs. Fort Ashby Lions, 3:00

Madigan’s Auto Sales vs. Kiwanis, 5:30

At Memorial Field

Cork’s Cars vs. Chestnut Ridge, 10:00

Frostburg Legion vs. Cumberland Optimist, 12:30

Hobo’s Restaurant vs. Bill Miller Equipment, 3:00

Keyser VFW vs. Cresaptown Eagles, 5:30

Keyser Moose vs. Riverside Sports, 8:00

 

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