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March 22, 2013

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FRIDAY’S RESULTS

College Baseball

Allegany 5-2, Finger Lakes 4-6

College Softball

Frostburg State 6, Lasell 3

Catonsville at Potomac State (2), ppd

College Men’s Tennis

Endicott 8, Frostburg State 1

High School Baseball

Allegany 8, Fort Hill 4

Frankfort 6, Musselman 4

Petersburg 10, East Hardy 0

Mountain Ridge at Bishop Walsh, ppd.

Union at Turkeyfoot, ppd.

High School Softball

Allegany 15, Hope for Hyndman 7

Buckhannon-Upshur 15-10, Hampshire 9-10

Fort Hill 2, Frankfort 0

High School Girls Tennis

Bishop Walsh 3, Allegany 2

Fort Hill 5, Frankfort 0

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Baseball


Cecil at Allegany (2), Noon

Potomac State at Shenandoah (2), Noon

Garrett at Thomas Nelson, 1:00

Frostburg State at Mary Washington (2), 2:30

College Men’s Lacrosse

Salisbury at Frostburg State, 1:00

College Women’s Lacrosse

Frostburg State at Mary Washington, 2:00

College Softball

Potomac State at Butler (2), Noon

Allegany at Frederick (2), 1:00

College Track and Field

Frostburg State at Juniata Invitational

High School Baseball

Berkeley Springs at Petersburg (2), Noon

Lincoln at Frankfort (2), Noon

Northern at Keyser, Noon

High School Softball

Berkeley Springs at Petersburg (2), Noon

Bishop Walsh at Frankfort (2), Noon

Fort Hill at Hedgesville (2), Noon

Southern at Hampshire, Noon

High School Girls Soccer

Calvary at SVCS Tournament, 9:00

High School Tennis

Notre Dame at Moorefield, 11:00

St. James at Bishop Walsh, Noon

Hampshire at Keyser, ccd.

Junior Varsity Baseball

Hampshire at Allegany (2), Noon

Somerset at Mountain Ridge, ppd.

Southern at Hancock (2), Noon

Northern at Keyser, 2:30

Junior Varsity Softball

Fort Hill at Hedgesville (2), Noon

 

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