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October 22, 2012

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MONDAY’S RESULTS

College Volleyball


Howard 3, Allegany 0

High School Boys Soccer

Allegany 4, Northern 1

High School Volleyball

Frankfort 2, Hope for Hyndman 0

Frankfort 2, Bishop Walsh 0

Northern 3, Salisbury 0

Fort Hill at North Hagerstown, (n)

Junior Varsity Football

Bishop Walsh 38, Frankfort Freshmen 18

Keyser 45, Fort Hill 30

Southern at Tucker County, (n)

Allegany at Mountain Ridge, (n)

Freshman Football

Allegany 42, Mountain Ridge 14

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Men’s Soccer


Goucher at Frostburg State, 6:00

College Volleyball

St. Mary’s at Frostburg State, 5:00

Potomac State at Northern Virginia, 7:00

High School Cross Country

Allegany, Bishop Walsh, Fort Hill, Mountain Ridge Southern at Pumpkin Run, at Broadford Park, 4:30

High School Golf

Maryland Class 1A-2A State Tournament, at University of Maryland, 9:00

High School Boys Soccer

Fort Hill at Mountain Ridge, 7:30

High School Girls Soccer

Fort Hill at Southern, 7:00

High School Volleyball

Bishop Walsh at Keyser, 6:00

Hyndman at Allegany, 7:00

Northern at Mountain Ridge, 7:00

East Hardy at Martinsburg, 7:30

Moorefield at Tygarts Valley, 7:30

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