CUMBERLAND — When Bryce Snyder gets into a groove, he’s hard to stop. On Friday night, he was borderline unstoppable. The junior play caller threw for 162 yards and completed 11 of his last 13 passes, and Mountain Ridge made Allegany pay for its mistakes, as the Miners scored 28 straight poi…
(All times Eastern)Schedule subject to change and/or blackoutsSaturday, March 6AUTO RACING4:30 p.m.
CUMBERLAND — The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every high school sports program across the area. For Allegany cross country coach Chris Biser, it’s got him thinking back to nine years ago.
CUMBERLAND — When you have as talented of a senior class as this year’s Allegany girls soccer team, it would be understandable for the group to be upset about a potential state championship run. Although there is some of that feeling, they’re also excited about the prospect of suiting up in …
CUMBERLAND — With everything her team has experienced over the last year, Allegany volleyball coach Cassie Murray can’t help but feel prideful about her student-athletes — not just for what they’re doing on the court, but in the classroom as well.
CUMBERLAND — Allegany County Public Schools will livestream all junior varsity and varsity football, soccer and volleyball games through the National Federation of State High School (NFHS) Associations beginning with tomorrow night's Mountain Ridge at Allegany varsity football game.
FROSTBURG — While the pandemic has forced cancellation and postponement after cancellation and postponement to high school sports, isolating student-athletes with some feeling as if they’re drifting apart, Mountain Ridge football head coach Ryan Patterson gets the sense it’s had the opposite…
FROSTBURG — Just over four months after taking the field for the first time as defending 2019 Maryland Class 1A boys soccer state champions, Mountain Ridge will once again start the season as defending champs.
FROSTBURG — For a Mountain Ridge volleyball roster that features more sophomores (5) than juniors and seniors combined (3), the upcoming four-game season might feel like an extended preseason of sorts for some of them. Regardless, the Miners are excited about the opportunity after months of …
CUMBERLAND — After student-athletes had been caught in no man’s land on a decision over whether or not fall sports would be played, it was understandable that there would be some skepticism. For Fort Hill football, it was no different.
CUMBERLAND — The pandemic has impacted us all in various ways, and all of us have had something taken from us to some degree as a result. For Fort Hill juniors Connor Hipp, Logan Mullery and Jacob Tichnell, it has taken away some memories that otherwise would have been created on and off the…
CUMBERLAND — Regardless of whatever results come via the scoreboard, Fort Hill girls soccer coach Mark Kowalski hopes his players use the upcoming season as an opportunity.
CUMBERLAND — Even though there is no region title or state championship to play for this season, head coach Lindsey Fisher and the Fort Hill volleyball team will be hoping to pick up where they left off before fall sports were put on hold in November.
CRESAPTOWN — Bethany Carrington tallied a game-high 21 points, Madi Dayton added 20 and Calvary held Broadfording scoreless in the second and third quarters as the Eagles routed Broadfording, 53-8, on Tuesday evening in the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference tournament quarterfinals.
This Week's Circulars
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- UPDATE: Runaway truck hits two cars in Frostburg
- Hardware store owners to retire after 35 years
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- 17-year cicadas to emerge from underground in May
- UPDATE: Interstate reopens after being closed by crash
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