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B’ville tennis drops close decision to F-M

Bees cannot match West Genesee victory over Hornets

By 12 days, the Baldwinsville girls tennis team missed its chance at the history books. Many different times, the Bees had come close to stopping the Fayetteville-Manlius win streak that, ultimately, stretched out to 21 seasons and 329 consecutive matches.

B’ville volleyball teams maintain unbeaten marks

Girls sweep F-M, C-NS; boys roll through Syracuse, J-D

Each fall, the question around the Baldwinsville girls volleyball team is not about the victories, which accumulate with clockwork regularity, but whether anyone will pick a set off them in a particular best-of-five match.

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Bees ease to 3-0 mark, handle Fowler 49-6

36-point first half helps B'ville stay undefeated

Both its 2-0 start, and the way it got to that point, helped the Baldwinsville football team gain a spot in the first state Class AA rankings of the season, and it might stay there for a while. The Bees improved to 3-0 on the season Friday night, when it breezed past Fowler 49-6 on the turf at Corcoran High School, mostly on the strength of a first half where it scored 36 unanswered points.

B’ville swimmers handle Mexico, 103-71

Johnson, Staso each win two races for Bees

Improving to 2-2 on the season, the Baldwinsville girls swim team made the trip to Mexico Wednesday night and, with Noelle Staso and Amanda Johnson each winning a pair of races, roared to a 103-71 victory over the Tigers.

Library Focus: September activities abound

The kids are back in school and parents are still trying to recover from summer but the world rolls on. Get ready for the more serious seasons with classes that will help you master new skills or conquer new hobbies or just come on down for our colorful September art display or to enjoy some live music or classic films. Whatever you need to make your life a bit better from email basics to a flu shot clinic, the library is here to lend a hand.

Baldwinsville, C-NS hockey to meet at Carrier Dome

Nov. 21 game part of Crunch's Dome Classic weekend

Baldwinsville and Cicero-North Syracuse will have the high honor and distinct privilege of playing the first-ever high school ice hockey game in the Carrier Dome. It was announced Tuesday that the Northstars and Bees will face each other Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. as the kickoff event of the Toyota Frozen Dome Classic that culminates with the Syracuse Crunch's showdown with the Utica Comets the following evening.

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National Braille literacy program held in Syracuse

The National Federation of the Blind (NFB) of New York, the Syracuse community and the Baldwinsville Central School District effectively made history this summer. The three organizations teamed up to host the first NFB Braille Enrichment for Literacy and Learning (BELL) in New York state. The successful inception of the program in 2014 lays the groundwork for the program to become an annual opportunity for blind children within traveling distance of Syracuse and also provides a framework of success so that the program might be offered in strategic locations in the future to serve blind children across the state.

On the campaign trail: Maffei agrees to debates

During the 2012 season, Rep. Dan Maffei participated in just two debate. He's upping that number this time around. The Democratic incumbent running for the 24th Congressional District has announced a series of debates and joint appearances with Republican challenger John Katko. Four debates will be televised by local stations, and two will be broadcast on public radio.

B’ville field hockey drops classic to F-M

Bees suffer first blemish after blazing to 3-0 start

It took a few games before the Baldwinsville field hockey team tested itself on a turf field, but by that point it had gained all sorts of confidence and momentum from its fast start.

Girls swim Bees go 1-1, beat Auburn

Staso wins 200, 500 free against Maroons, J-D

As the competition gets tougher, the Baldwinsville girls swim team is meeting it head-on, even if it isn’t always reflected in the win column.

B’ville cross country sweeps at VVS Invitational

Bees's wins follow defeats to Liverpool, F-M

It proved an interesting week for the Baldwinsville cross country teams, who learned plenty from facing up against the top teams in the state and then taking a turn on the course that will host the Section III championships later this fall.

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Football Bees make statement, smash West Genny

Second-quarter surge delivers B'ville past Wildcats

Though it wasn't like the Baldwinsville football team had disappeared from the short list of serious Section III Class AA title contenders, some had wondered if it had what it took to climb back to the top of the ladder. They may have stopped wondering after Friday night's game at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium, where the Bees, making all the crucial plays on both sides of the ball, put West Genesee away with 30 first-half points, eventually earning a 36-7 victory over the Wildcats.

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New and favorite Hydrangeas and more featured in class Sept. 13

Fall is for planting, and the hottest plants out there are hydrangeas.

On the campaign trail: First responders endorse Maffei

Rep. Dan Maffei (D-Syracuse) announced last week that he had earned the endorsement of local public safety officials in his campaign to keep his seat in the 24th Congressional District. Several first responders joined Maffei at a press conference to announce their support for the incumbent, who is running against former federal prosecutor John Katko of Camillus.

Girls soccer Bees fall to Liverpool

Goal late in first half difference in 1-0 defeat

Action among the top teams in Section III Class AA girls soccer figures to be close and tense all season, something that Baldwinsville already knows.

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Baldwinsville Oktoberfest returns this weekend

Enjoy a combination of German culture and great family entertainment during the 2014 Baldwinsville Oktoberfest, which returns this Friday and Saturday, Sept. 12 and 13, to Baldwin Canal Square in the heart of the village.

B’ville schools celebrate series of firsts

Wednesday, Sept. 3 wasn’t just the first day of classes for the Baldwinsville Central School District — it was the beginning of full-day kindergarten classes, a new computer science program and incoming superintendent Dr. David Hamilton’s career at Baldwinsville.

Village board mulls 2015 car show fireworks

B’ville Diner owner Jim Orlando is seeking a new site to set off fireworks at one of his classic car shows next year, but he will have to wait a bit longer for an answer from the village of Baldwinsville’s Board of Trustees. Orlando appeared in front of the board Sept. 4 to request the use of Baldwin Canal Square July 16, 2015, but the board would only grant him a “soft hold” — a promise not to book any other event that day. The board cited coming changes to the village’s park reservation system for tabling Orlando’s request. “I don’t think it would be prudent to make a commitment when everything could be changed,” said Deputy Mayor Bruce Stebbins.

Field hockey Bees knock off Liverpool, C-NS

Home-field advantage helps B'ville get off to fast start

Much of Baldwinsville’s recent field hockey history involved getting a decent amount of wins, but rarely breaking through against other established powerhouses.

B'ville boys soccer battles to 2-1-1 start

Bees have won six of last seven Class AA sectional titles

Recent Section III Class AA boys soccer history has a lot of red painted on it. Baldwinsville has won or shared six of the last seven sectional championships, a remarkable run that includes just one defeat in 19 sectional contests.

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