Allegany 6-15, Anne Arundel 4-3
Wesley 6-6, Frostburg State 5-9
Camden (N.J.) 4, Garrett 3
Garrett 8, Bunker Hill (Mass.) 5
College Men’s Lacrosse
Frostburg State 7, Christopher Newport 6
College Women’s Lacrosse
Frostburg State 19, Wesley 11
Garrett vs. Alfred State (N.Y.) at Myrtle Beach, S.C., 12:00
Finger Lakes at Allegany (2), 2:00
College Women’s Lacrosse
Frostburg State at Notre Dame, 4:00
Frostburg State at Myrtle Beach, S.C., TBA
Frostburg State vs. Ramapo (N.J.), at Hilton Head, S.C.
High School Baseball
East Hardy at Keyser, 4:30
Union at Petersburg JV (2), 4:30
Frankfort at Hampshire, 5:00
High School Softball
Frankfort at Petersburg, 4:30
East Hardy at Martinsburg, 5:00
Moorefield at Keyser, 6:00
High School Tennis
Keyser at Frankfort, 4:00
Moorefield at Musselman, 4:00
Petersburg at Philip Barbour, 4:00
Junior Varsity Softball
Moorefield at Keyser, 4:30
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