B'ville earns semifinal date Friday with West Genesee
So the Baldwinsville boys lacrosse team has earned a shot at upending long-time power West Genesee in Friday night's Section III Class A semifinal, though it took two days just to earn that date with the Wildcats.
Boys win 4x400 relay; Allen claims girls 400-meter dash
Both of Baldwinsville’s track and field teams ended up together for last week’s Section III Class AA championship meets, though that wasn’t the original plan. The girls Bees were supposed to go first with its AA meet at Fulton on Tuesday, but violent storms kept the event from even getting started. So it was moved on Wednesday to Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium, where the boys AA championships were already scheduled.
B'ville star finishes fourth at sectional tournament
A season ago, Baldwinsville girls golfer Katie Walsh finished 10th at the Section III championship tournament - the most painful spot possible, because it was one spot out of automatic qualification for the state championships, and so she had to serve as an alternate. This time around, though, Walsh is going all the way.
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Syracuse 7-0 so far in pursuit of Calder Cup
Two rounds down, two rounds to go – that’s the Syracuse Crunch, in hot pursuit of the Calder Cup, as it’s reached the final four for just the second time in its 20-year history.
The Baldwinsville Girls Crew Booster Club will host a Recycling for Rowers electronics collections event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 19, in Kimbrook Plaza parking lot (behind Tim Horton’s) at the corner of routes 31 and 57.
Six boys, girls Bees prevail in individual events
Though quite successful on many different fronts, neither of Baldwinsville’s track and field teams could catch up to Cicero-North Syracuse or Liverpool during Thursday’s CNY Counties League National division championship meet.
Bees hurt by Mallaro's bat, Apps' relief pitching
For the Baldwinsville baseball team, it all might come down to whether it can beat Cicero-North Syracuse in order to repeat as Section III Class AA champions. In two tries during the regular season, the Bees have been unable to topple the Northstars, including Wednesday night’s 3-2 defeat at Gillette Field, where the CNY Counties League National division regular-season title and the top playoff seed was on the line.
Sometimes I am surprised to hear that some in our community still may not know that we have a premier private, Catholic school right in our own backyard. St. Mary’s Academy, which has served the greater Baldwinsville area for more than six decades, is a small school with a big heart.
Bees get wins from Jordan, Lathrop, Ross, Soeder
As a final tune-up for the post-season, the Baldwinsville girls track and field team dominated last Saturday’s Weedsport Invitational, scoring 151 points, well clear of runner-up Living Word Academy (55 points) and the rest of the 13-team field.
Bees rally again to stop reigning Class A champs
Though not at the top of the Section III Class A ladder, the Baldwinsville boys lacrosse team is pretty close, as a strong late-season push means it will have a strong seed when the playoffs start next week.
Bees stumble in non-league defeat to C-NS
In some way, the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse team’s crowded finish to its regular season – nine games crammed into a 16-day span – was perfect preparation for the post-season, since so many of those games were against high-quality opposition.
Bees push state-ranked Indians to 10 innings
Even with the close call it gave to Cicero-North Syracuse on May 1, the Baldwinsville softball team remained, to some degree, a group still in search of some consistency.
Bees return Blewett, await rematch with C-NS
Even as the Baldwinsville baseball team was steadily building a win streak through the middle part of the regular season, a vital piece of the long-term plan was in question. Scott Blewett, the Bees’ right-handed pitching ace, was injured April 29 in a 15-5 win at Liverpool when sliding into a base. It caused him to miss a start and a week of action.
Mark Bader, who served as Baldwinsville varsity baseball coach from 1980 to 2006, will headline the Baldwinsville Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2013.