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December 6, 2012

Sports Calendar - 12/06/2012

WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS

College Men’s Basketball


Catonsville 64, Allegany 63

Mt. Aloysius 91, Frostburg State 85

Garrett at Howard, (n)

College Women’s Basketball

Hagerstown 69, Potomac State 46

Garrett 89, Howard 77

High School Boys Basketball

Allegany 86, Northern 39

Clear Spring 55, Mountain Ridge 49

Southern 43, Frankfort 42

Bishop Walsh 74, Berkeley Springs, 40

East Hardy at Tygarts Valley, 7:30

High School Girls Basketball

Keyser 91, Bishop Walsh 14

Pendleton 47, Moorefield 37

Tucker County 56, Petersburg 49

Union 60, Paw Paw 39

High School Wrestling

Fort Hill 43, Allegany 27

Boonsboro, Southern, Northern at Frankfort, (n)

Freshman Basketball

Clear Spring 30, Mountain Ridge 26

Southern 33, Frankfort 28

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

College Men’s Basketball


Shenandoah at Potomac State, 7:00

High School Boys Basketball

Calvary at Highland View, 7:30

High School Girls Basketball

Allegany at Northern, 7:30

Fort Hill at Mountain Ridge, 7:30

Southern at Hedgesville, 7:30

High School Wrestling

Mountain Ridge at Fort Hill, 7:30

High School Bowling

Bishop Walsh at Mountain Ridge

Frankfort at Fort Hill

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