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Madigan’s moves on, 7-6
GRANTSVILLE — Madigan’s Auto Sales built a 7-2 lead through six innings then held on as Grantsville Sons of American Legion scored four times in the bottom of the seventh to make it close before Madigan’s got the final out Sunday afternoon at Grantsville Park.
- Sports Roundup - 07/21/14
Woods says Watson should pick him for Ryder Cup
His first major of the year, and second tournament since March 31 back surgery, wasn’t much of an audition for U.S. captain Tom Watson.
Norway’s Kristoff wins Tour stage
Stage 15 belonged to Norwegian speedster Alexander Kristoff, his second stage victory in this Tour.
Six repeat on All-Area baseball team
CUMBERLAND — Six players, including Hampshire first-team All-State Shane Ennis, repeated on the Cumberland Times-News High School Baseball All-Area team, selected recently by area head coaches.
Fram, Kyle power Post 13 to win
CUMBERLAND — Chris Fram and Jake Kyle blasted three-run home runs to power Fort Cumberland to a 7-5 win over Morgantown Post 2 in American Legion baseball Friday evening at Legion Field.
Hobo’s ousts Team One, 9-5
HYNDMAN, Pa. — Hobo’s Restaurant scored six runs over the fifth and sixth innings to pull away from Team One Auto Mall and claim their three-game playoff series 2-1 with a 9-5 win in Hot Stove League baseball Friday evening.
- SPORTS BRIEFS - 07/20
Alco’s Nightengale Player of Year
Allegany’s Bryce Nightengale, who dominated on the mound and the plate and led the Campers to four championships and one of the most successful seasons in school history, was voted the Cumberland Times-News/Skip Cook Memorial High School Baseball Player of the Year by area head coaches.
Stags search for first victory
The Western Maryland Stags, a semi-pro football team of the Mason Dixon Football League, will play their second game today, 7 p.m., at Greenway Avenue Stadium against the Arbutus Big Red.
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