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Bees’ Fiorini closing in on coaching milestone

B'ville lacrosse rallies past Corcoran for win no. 399

Though this season marks the final one for Baldwinsville’s long-time boys lacrosse coach, Peter Fiorini, he is almost certain to leave having accumulated 400 wins at the Bees’ helm.

B’ville girls lacrosse heads to Texas

Bees starting to round into form with pair of big wins

One constant treat for members of the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse team is to head out on a long trip each spring far away from Central New York, a chance to face some unique competition and also to forge bonds and chemistry that could pay off down the road.

Blewett moves to 2-0 in baseball Bees’ win

B'ville ace gets seven K's against Syracuse West

For all the grief that weather forecasters get when they are incorrect, there was no mistake in the system that swept through the area that sent temperatures plunging more than 40 degrees and halted the baseball season again.

Girls Bees beaten by C-NS, Farmingdale

B'ville struggles in rematches with 2013 post-season foes

Twice in the span of a week, the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse team had to encounter two key opponents from its 2013 run to the state Class A championship game, and could not win on either occasion.

B’ville softball goes 1-1, falls to Liverpool

Bees handled F-M before running into hot-starting Warriors

As it turned out, the best thing for the Baldwinsville softball team was to wait for a week to get back on the field after it had stunned defending state Class AA champion Cicero-North Syracuse on April 2.

Baseball Bees debut, blank Syracuse East

Blewett strikes out 15 as 20-plus scouts look on

While it has gone many great experiences in its long and illustrious history, the Baldwinsville baseball team is entering all kinds of new territory in 2014. For one thing, the Bees are the reigning state Class AA champions. That title, earned for the first time 10 months ago in Binghamton, is still a fresh memory, but it also makes B’ville the biggest game of the season for every single opponent it faces this spring.

B’ville track and field sweeps Henninger

Bees off to quick start in tough CNYCL National division

Each of Baldwinsville’s track and field teams were quite glad to see the belated arrival of spring, for it meant that serious competition was about to get underway. In the season-opening meets Wednesday afternoon, both sets of Bees won big against Henninger, prevailing 112-28 in the boys meet and 98-34 in the girls meet.

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Lacrosse Bees battle in loss to West Genny

Petrelli has three goals; Wildcat goalie stops 16 of 21 shots

At this early point in the season, the Baldwinsville boys lacrosse team’s biggest issue is an inability to find the net when doing so could lead to some big victories. The Bees managed just five goals (one in the second half) during a 13-5 defeat to reigning state Class C champion Cazenovia on April 5, and those struggles continued Tuesday night, at West Genesee, where plenty of opportunities were missed in an 8-5 defeat to the Wildcats.

B’ville softball delivers landmark win over C-NS

Wolcik holds Northstars in check as fourth-inning runs prove enough

Most of the time in recent years, the Baldwinsville softball team found that trying to catch up to the likes of Cicero-North Syracuse was a futile exercise. Just competing with them was a victory unto itself, since scoring more runs than the Northstars appeared impossible.

Girls lacrosse Bees drop opener to West Genny

B'ville looking to defend sectional Class A title won in 2013

Not since the 2001 season has the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse team entered a new spring as a defending champion, which was challenging enough. But the combination of a brutal early schedule and injuries at key positions has added more adversity that head coach Doug Rowe and his players must overcome if it wants to go to the top again.

B’ville boys lacrosse hammers Skaneateles

Bees driven by playoff defeat to West Genesee a season ago

For 10 long months, the Baldwinsville boys lacrosse team has waited, with a lot of eagerness, to get back on the field. Just how eager was evident when the Bees ventured to Hyatt Stadium Saturday and took apart long-time Class C power Skaneateles, breezing to a 14-6 victory in the opening round of the Finger Lakes Shoot-Out.

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Former B’ville lacrosse players attribute personal success to being members of the team

Spring is slowly working its way back to this region, thawing what’s left of the ice and snow from an unusually long, heavy winter. Residents of Baldwinsville are beginning to feel the sunshine, enjoying the higher temperatures and thinking about getting outside and enjoying spring sports. This is especially true for Baldwinsville’s boys varsity lacrosse team, which opens its season on Saturday, March 22, with an away game against Marcellus Central High School.

Why I still do this

State finals remind writer of joys inherent in covering sports

So you want to know - after all these years spent jotting illegible things down in notebooks, doing hundreds of interviews, writing thousands of stories, covering untold numbers of contests both mundane and meaningful, and then hammering it out in front of an inanimate computer screen, why keep doing it?

Baldwinsville announces spring sports schedule

Baseball Bees out to defend state Class AA title

After winning its first-ever state Class AA championship, Baldwinsville’s baseball team hopes the snow clears out in time for its March 31 opener against Fayetteville-Manlius. Here is the full B’ville varsity 2014 spring sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

A committee’s thankless task

Group that decides NCAA Tournament field deserves some love, right?

This Sunday night, just after 6 p.m., anyone who cares about college basketball will see the only bracket that matters. Ron Wellman, athletic director at Wake Forest, and the rest of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee will unveil the 68 teams for our annual Dance – who they are, where they are going, when they’ll be playing.

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