Dream Factory of Syracuse to host annual kickball tournament fundraiser
To help make a dream come true for a chronically ill child, all you have to do is play a game of kickball. The Dream Factory of Syracuse is hosting its fourth annual Kicks for Kids Kickball Tournament Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Syracuse Kickball Park on Oswego Road in Liverpool. The co-ed tournament, which begins at 10 a.m., lasts all day and features food, games and live entertainment (donated by RMD Premier DJ Ryno), as well as raffles, a silent auction, a dunk tank and a bounce house for kids.
Carp fishers might have a few more chances to dip into the Seneca River this summer. The village of Baldwinsville board of trustees approved Wild Carp Companies’ request to host overnight carp fishing events during weekends in June, July and August at the July 2 meeting.
Northwest Family YMCA celebrates opening week
Half an hour before the facility’s 5:30 a.m. opening June 8, new members of the Northwest Family YMCA began lining up at the door of Onondaga County’s newest — and biggest — YMCA.
Bees' senior ties for 19th; May repeats as champion
One last time, Baldwinsville’s Katie Walsh made her way to the course at SUNY-Delhi, part of the field for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association girls golf tournament, and managed to get a top-20 finish.
Lathrop, Jaquint, LaRock do well in girls meet
Baldwinsville’s best track and field athletes did not want their season to conclude at Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium during Friday’s Section III state qualifier. Attempting to move forward among large schools in Division I, and advance to this weekend’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association championship meet at the University at Albany, was a stated goal, and the Bees tried to reach it.
Section III team beats out Section I for top prize
When Baldwinsville’s Matt Monaco survived a tense playoff at Seven Oaks on May 23 and advanced to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association boys golf tournament, he joined a strong Section III team that was on its way to Ithaca.
To the editor: When the Northwest Family YMCA opens its doors at 5:30 a.m. Monday, June 8, it will be a historical moment for Greater Baldwinsville. This new Y will strengthen our community for generations to come.
Bees surprise Central Square, fall to Utica Proctor
For a long time, Baldwinsville’s softball team could only look on as its neighbors from Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse piled up one Section III championship after another, wondering if it would ever get its turn at the big prize.
West Genesee knocks out B'ville in 2-0 decision
What was the primary concern for the Baldwinsville baseball team going into the 2015 season would remain its biggest hurdle when things ended two months later – namely, the ability to get men on base and then bring them home for valuable runs.
Miller, Donhauser, Smith among B'ville's top finishers
Top-notch competition was everywhere, and Baldwinsville’s track and field teams spent the large part of Wednesday’s Section III Class AA championship meet at Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium trying to measure up.
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Baldwinsville community launches Campaign for Our New Y
If you care about strengthening the community, it’s time to go all in. That was the message delivered May 21 at the Campaign for our New Y kickoff rally inside the Northwest Family YMCA, 8040 River Road. Volunteer campaign leaders announced that the $20 million structure is nearly complete, and will open June 8 — right on schedule. But there’s still some important work to do.
B'ville rallies past F-M, but can't hold lead against Wildcats
Baldwinsville’s girls lacrosse team did something remarkable and historic during Thursday’s Section III Class A semifinal at Chittenango High School. For an entire half, the no. 4 seed Bees kept top seed and defending state champion West Genesee off the board, something no one else had pulled off in Wildcats head coach Bob Elmer’s 16 years at the helm.
Miller, Jaquint both win girls events for Bees
Even though it was competing in familiar surroundings at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium, each of Baldwinsville’s track and field team still found themselves chasing Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse during Thursday’s CNY Counties League National division championship meet.
Second-quarter run turns game in Cougars' favor
All was going well for the Baldwinsville boys lacrosse team early in Wednesday night’s Section III Class A playoff opener against the Syracuse Cougars at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium. Not only were the Bees out in front, it was doing so with a potent attack that was flustering the Cougars at every turn. One or two more goals, and B’ville might have produced a runaway.