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December 29, 2012

Sports Calendar - 12/30/2012

SATURDAY’S RESULTS

College Men’s Basketball

Randolph-Macon Coaches Classic


Manhattanville (N.Y.) 74, Frostburg State 58

College Women’s Basketball

Smokey Ballenger Classic


Wisconsin-Eau Claire 72, Frostburg State 43

High School Boys Basketball

Benedictine Capital Classic

Mt. St. Mary’s (N.Y.) 51, Bishop Walsh 39

Berlin Holiday Shootout

Consolation


Berlin 73, Northern 56

Championship

Blacklick Township 72, Hope for Hyndman 50

First United Bank Snowball Classic

Southern 56, Cristo Rey Jesuit 46

St. John’s 65, Berwick 41

Walt Whitman 51, Thomas Jefferson 42

Petersburg Holiday Tournament

Consolation


East Hardy 53, Pendleton 49

Championship

Moorefield vs. Petersburg, 8:30

Richard E. Doub Classic

Consolation


Mountain Ridge vs. Broadfording, 5:00

Trojan Athletic Association

Holiday Tournament

Consolation


Calvary Christian vs. Frankfort, Noon

Champoinship

Mountain View vs. Hampshire, 7:30

High School Girls Basketball

Strasburg at Moorefield, 7:30

Capital City Showcase

Tolsia 66, Keyser 50

Fairmont Christmas Classic

Consolation


Frankfort vs. Fairmont, 5:45

Richard E. Doub Classic

Championship


Allegany vs. Williamsport, 3:00

Berlin Holiday Shootout

Consolation


Chestnut Ridge 64, Somerset 44

Championship

Berlin 44, St. John’s Prep 34

Trojan Athletic Association

Holiday Tournament

Championship


South Hagerstown at Hampshire, 3:00

Winters Mill Christmas Tournament

Northern vs. TBA

High School Wrestling

Mountain Ridge, Northern, Petersburg at Keyser

Southern at Wheeling Park Duals

Junior Varsity Boys Basketball

Southern Snowball Classic


Petersburg vs. Southern, 11:00

Fort Hill vs. Walt Whitman, 12:30

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College Men’s Basketball

Randolph-Macon (Va.) Coaches Classic


Consolation

Frostburg State vs. Washington, 1:00

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