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November 8, 2012

Sports Calendar - 11/09/2012

THURSDAY’S RESULTS

College Men’s Basketball


Chesapeake 79, Allegany 77

College Women’s Basketball

Chesapeake 81, Allegany 41

Potomac State 72, Southern Maryland 51

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Men’s Basketball

Railey Realty Hoop Fest - At Garrett


Northern Virginia vs. Garrett, 8:00

College Women’s Basketball

Railey Realty Hoop Fest - At Garrett


Potomac State vs. Garrett, 6:00

College Swimming

Fairmont State at Frostburg State, 5:00

High School Football

Maryland Class 1A West Region

First-Round Playoffs


(3) Allegany at (2) Fort Hill, 7:00

(4) Brunswick at (1) Boonsboro, 7:00

West Virginia State Tournament

Class AA - First Round


(15) Mingo County at (2) Keyser, 7:30

High School Volleyball

Maryland Class 1A West Championship


(2) Fort Hill at (1) Smithsburg, 6:00

West Virginia State Tournament

At Charleston Civic Center

Class AA


Frankfort vs. Nicholas County, 8:30 a.m.

Frankfort/Nicholas County winner vs. Oak Glen/James Monroe winner, 6:30 p.m.

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