B'ville encounters Warriors again at McQuaid Invitational
No relief was offered to the Baldwinsville cross country teams after a dual meet with mighty Fayetteville-Manlius and the successful staging of its own B’ville Invitational on Sept. 26.
Girls still unbeaten; boys split with C-NS, Oswego
On consecutive nights early last week, both of Baldwinsville’s volleyball teams had important tests to see whether they still stood out at the top of their respective CNY Counties League standings.
Bees fall to Nottingham in 2-1 OT battle
All through the 2015 season to date, the Baldwinsville boys soccer team has found itself one or two scoring plays away from a real breakthrough. And that was the case, again, in last Thursday night’s match against Nottingham at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium, where the Bees rallied to force overtime, but still could not pull out in front and lost a 2-1 decision to the Bulldogs.
B'ville finishes regular season with 10-2 record
Though it couldn’t upend Fayetteville-Manlius, a 10-2 regular season meant a solid second-place finish for the Baldwinsville girls tennis team in the CNY Counties League American division.
Bees have 3-0 week, also beat Cato, ESM
Well-rested, and ready for its most important stretch of the season, the Baldwinsville field hockey team dealt with all kinds of conditions and surfaces while playing three games in a six-day span – and won every time.
B'ville hangs on, 35-34; Ingerson has 199 yards, three TD's
Week after week, the Baldwinsville football team is putting players, coaches and fans through a full range of emotions, only to emerge relatively unscathed – and now, alone atop the Class AA-2 division.
Girls soccer Bees win 5-0, get Liverpool next
When the Baldwinsville girls soccer team makes its trip to Liverpool next Tuesday night, it knows that the Warriors are bent on getting even for a 1-0 overtime defeat to the Bees at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium on Sept. 18.
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B'ville gets even with Shen, drops final to Owego
A busy sports Saturday on the Baldwinsville school campus included the girls volleyball Bees hosting its annual Fall Swing Tournament at the Baker High School gymnasium complex.
Bees also drop head-to-head meet with F-M
Here was, in many ways, the biggest week of the regular season for both of Baldwinsville’s cross country teams. It would culminate on Saturday with the 64th annual Baldwinsville Invitational. In all, 33 girls teams and 41 boys teams took part, plus runners from other schools, divided into Large School and Small School divisions.
B'ville rolls until Saturday loss to Niskayuna
Of all the strong wins the Baldwinsville girls soccer team picked up in the first half of the regular season, none was as important as that 1-0 overtime win over two-time defending Section III Class AA champion Liverpool on Sept. 18.
Bees finish third Skaneateles Finger Lakes Cup
Regardless of the way they get there, it’s almost a given that, when the Baldwinsville boys soccer team takes on Cicero-North Syracuse, it will be close. Such was the case again last Tuesday night at the Gillette Road complex, where the Bees fell behind, went in front and then got caught during a thrilling second half before fighting the Northstars to a 2-2 draw.
B'ville again just short against long-dominant Hornets
So many times, the Baldwinsville girls tennis team threatened to upend Fayetteville-Manlius during its 329-match, 21-year win streak, but could not quite pull it off. Though the Hornets’ win streak is over (West Genesee ended it 12 months ago), the Bees’ frustrations at F-M’s expense are still quite active, as displayed again last Thursday when B’ville took a 4-3 defeat to the Hornets.
B'ville continues offensive barrrage in 45-42 win
From doubts and uncertainty, the Baldwinsville football team has evolved into an unstoppable force – at least on one side of the ball. The Bees’ point-scoring barrage, which began Sept. 17 with its second-half comeback to stun Auburn, continued Friday night at Fayetteville-Manlius with a career-best rushing performance from Evan Ingerson as B’ville held off the Hornets 45-42.
B'ville takes 102-81 defeat to host Oswego
Now the Baldwinsville girls swim team is plunging into the heart of its schedule, finding out just how tough competition is everywhere in Central New York.
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