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October 5, 2013

Sports Calendar - 10/05/2013

FRIDAY’S RESULTS

College Men’s Soccer


Potomac State 5, Northern Virginia 1

College Women’s Soccer

Potomac State at Howard, 4:00

High School Football

Allegany 42, Ridgway (Pa.) 0

East Hardy 40, Pendleton County 23

Fort Hill 37, Central (Pa.) 21

Frankfort 50, Mountain Ridge 14

Keyser 49, Hampshire 20

Moorefield 53, Berkeley Springs 7

Philip Barbour 28, Petersburg 21

Southern 28, Tucker County 20

High School Boys Soccer

Calvary Christian 2, Grace 0

High School Volleyball

Calvary Christian at Grace, (n)

Allegany at Hope for Hyndman, (n)

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

Road Racing


Great Allegany Run, 8:00

College Football

Frostburg State at St. John Fisher, 2:00

College Men’s Soccer

Allegany at Catonsville, Noon

Wesley at Frostburg State, 2:00

College Women’s Soccer

Frostburg State at York, 12:30

College Volleyball

Allegany at Hagerstown Tournament, 9:00

Potomac State, Catonsville at Harford

Saint Vincent at Frostburg State, 1:00

Shenandoah at Frostburg State, 5:00

High School Cross Country

Fort Hill, Paw Paw at Hampshire, 9:00

Don Stoner Invitational, at Smithsburg, 9:00

Keyser at Times Invitational, at Apple Valley Golf Course, Fairmont

High School Football

Northern at Clear Spring, 7:00

High School Boys Soccer

Calvary Christian at Frankfort, 11:00

Hampshire at Hedgesville, 11:00

Southern at Keyser, 11:00

Bishop Walsh at Hope for Hyndman, 2:00

Sentinel Classic, at Greenway Avenue Stadium

Allegany at Northern, ppd., rescheduled for Oct. 12

High School Girls Soccer

Hampshire at Hedgesville, 1:00

Spring Mills at Frankfort, 1:00

Berkeley Springs at Bishop Walsh, 2:00

High School Volleyball

PVC Quad, at Keyser, 11:00

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