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February 28, 2013

Sports Calendar - 02/28/2013

WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS

College Men’s Lacrosse

Frostburg State 18, LaRoche 7

High School Boys Basketball

Maryland Class 1A West Region Playoffs

West Section - First Round


(4) Fort Hill 89, (5) Hancock 42

(6) Southern 74, (3) Northern 51

Pennsylvania Class A, District V Semifinal

Shanksville 63, Hope for Hyndman 48

West Virginia Sectional Playoffs

Class AAA, Region II, Section 2

Elkins 56, Hampshire 43

Class A, Region II, Section 2

Pendleton 97, West Virginia Deaf 33

Pocahontas County 80, Paw Paw 62

High School Girls Basketball

Maryland Class 1A West Region Playoffs


West Section Championship

(1) Southern 39, (2) Mountain Ridge 35

East Section Championship

(2) North Carroll 38, (1) Boonsboro 36

West Virginia Sectional Playoffs

Class AA, Region II Playoffs


Lincoln 53, Frankfort 32

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

High School Boys Basketball

Maryland Class 1A West Region Playoffs

West Section Semifinals


(4) Fort Hill at (1) Allegany, 7:00

(6) Southern at (2) Mountain Ridge, 7:00

West Virginia Sectional Playoffs

Class A, Region II, Section 2 Semifinals


Pocahontas at Moorefield, 7:00

Pendleton at East Hardy, 7:00

Class AA, Region II, Section 1 Championship

Keyser at Frankfort, 7:30

Maryland Christian Schools State Tournament

Semifinal - At Annapolish Christian


(6) Calvary vs. (2) Harford Christian, 6:00

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