Baldwinsville girls varsity softball pitcher Lizi Campbell signs her National Letter of Intent to play softball for Binghamton University.
Bees do get wins over Auburn, Liverpool
Already in the homestretch of its somewhat truncated regular season, the Baldwinsville boys tennis team added to its win total, but could not topple the reigning dynasty at Fayetteville-Manlius.
Wolcik, Campbell both pitch well in 2-1 nail-biter
For a few moments, the Baldwinsville softball team had Cicero-North Syracuse in real trouble during Wednesday night's clash at the Gillette Road Middle School complex in Cicero. And while the reigning Section III Class AA champion Northstars escaped with a 2-1 victory, it was the Bees leaving the field with a newly-reinforced confidence in its ability to stay with the area's most vaunted program.
After only two years in the Northern States Junior Hockey League, the Syracuse Stampede claimed title to the league championship earlier this year.
Syracuse follows OT win with punshing Game 2 triumph
The American Hockey League playoffs did not start out well for the Syracuse Crunch - but when it mattered, the Crunch turned it around and built a two-games-to-none lead in its opening-round series against the Portland Pirates.
Boys second in Arcaro Relays; Ross, Allen lead girls at Marcellus
An active and important week for both of Baldwinsville’s track and field teams included the boys side hosting the 15th annual John Arcaro Relays at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium and the girls making a big impression during Saturday’s Marcellus-Skaneateles Invitational.
Bees romp past RFA, Corcoran, Watertown IHC
An up-and-down first half of the season that saw a big win (over Liverpool) and some tough defeats (two of them to Fayetteville-Manlius) left the Baldwinsville boys lacrosse team longing for some calmer waters.
Bees take losses to West Genesee, Auburn
In order for the Baldwinsville softball team to present itself as a legitimate challenger to Cicero-North Syracuse atop the Class AA ranks, it first had to work past other top-level opponents – and that proved difficult.
Loss to Wildcats ends Bees' five-game win streak
In most seasons, the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse team would get at least two chances to take down West Genesee. Yet the 2013 slate offered just one regular-season meeting between the long-time rivals, and they had it Friday night in Camillus, where the Bees nearly got shut out in the first half and still made it interesting before falling to the Wildcats 8-4.
Long-distance runner Dick Beardsley met with students at Baker High School on April 12 and spoke about the importance of never giving up on your goals and living a healthy, chemical-free life.
Northstars break late tie with six unanswered runs
To anyone that might have doubted whether the Cicero-North Syracuse baseball team had the goods to be a Section III Class AA front-runner, a ready answer was provided in Thursday afternoon's game at Baldwinsville. Staring down the defending sectional champions in a tight contest, the Northstars made the Bees blink down the stretch, and it led to a 10-4 victory, C-NS's eighth in a row.
Compass Credit Union in Oswego will host its second-annual Charity Golf Outing on May 17 at Radisson Greens Golf Course, 8055 Potter Road, Baldwinsville, to help raise money for four youth sports organizations.
Blewett strikes out 11, shuts down Warriors
The way Baldwinsville baseball coach Dave Penafeather spoke about his team’s 4-0 victory over Liverpool on Monday afternoon, you’d have thought it had lost to prolong a losing streak. “We're trying to find ourselves as a team," Penafeather said after a lengthy postgame team meeting. "I don't think we've played our best baseball."
B’ville 3-year-old fights complications from condition
William Relyea was diagnosed with Stage 3 Neuroblastoma on Dec. 7, 2009, at six months of age. While he successfully underwent chemotheraphy to shrink an invasive abdominal tumor followed by a successful surgery, the 3-year-old Baldwinsville boy struggles with serious post-surgical treatment complications. His body is now dependent on IV nutrition and he has life threatening medical emergencies.
Bees, with fine all-around effort, sweep trio of league foes
Once again, the temperamental Central New York weather caused some changes with the Baldwinsville baseball team’s best-laid plans. The state Class AA no. 7-ranked Bees were set to face undefeated, state no. 17-ranked Cicero-North Syracuse last Tuesday in a big early-season clash of Class AA favorites, but it got rained out and moved to Friday – where again the threat of bad weather, which did show up at the time the game would have been played, forced a postponement.