B'ville star ties for high tournament game with 268
Baldwinsville girls bowler Britni Flask can now call herself a state champion. Flask, a senior, earned that honor Sunday when she joined the Section III All-Star team that won its portion of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association tournament at Babylon Lanes on Long Island.
Quartet each wins one bout; Paul, McArdell rally with pins
A full decade after Shawn Farnham gave the Baldwinsville wrestling program its last state championship, four seniors – Kevin Paul, Chad McArdell, Gunnar Sutphen and Joe Nasoni – would try to add to that total at Albany’s Times Union Center.
B'ville 4x400 relay team records top-five finish
Baldwinsville’s girls indoor track and field team had options of several different events to compete in when they went to Cornell University’s Barton Hall for Saturday’s state championship meet.
B'ville senior is wild card at 220; Ross is alternate at 145
Whatever disappointment Baldwinsville wrestler Joe Nasoni felt upon his defeat in the Section III Division I 220-pound championship match on Feb. 15 at SRC Arena was quickly eased.
B'ville girls win two relays; Soeder, Perez reach state meet
All of the top names for the Baldwinsville indoor track and field teams made their way back to SRC Arena for Wednesday’s Section III state qualifying meet. With berths in this Saturday’s state championships at Cornell University’s Barton Hall on the line (two for each individual event), the Bees did not disappoint, winning several events, including two of the girls relays.
Raiders end Bees' late-season run in 68-55 defeat
This breakthrough of a season for the Baldwinsville boys basketball team would hold true regardless of what took place in Tuesday night’s Section III Class A quarterfinal against long-time power Utica Proctor.
Bees start slow, cannot catch up in 64-34 defeat
An odd seeding turned out to be the primary downfall of the Baldwinsville girls basketball team in its return to the Section III Class AA playoffs. Even with a 13-5 regular-season mark, the Bees only earned the no. 9 seed for the AA tournament, and while it did get past Liverpool 48-39 in the Feb. 13 opening round, it led them to a much larger obstacle in the next round.
Paul claims third sectional title; McArdell, Sutphen win too
Kevin Paul, Chad McArdell, Gunnar Sutphen and the rest of the Baldwinsville wrestling team made sure that no small margin was required for a second consecutive Section III Division I team title Saturday at Onondaga Community College's SRC Arena.
B'ville overcomes shaky start, meets Proctor in AA quarterfinals
Tim Solomon's five years of hard work, ups and downs, breakthroughs and setbacks in bringing the Baldwinsville boys basketball program into prominence has led to a long-awaited appearance in this winter's Section III Class AA playoffs - and the Bees were not about to waste that newfound opportunity.
B'ville to meet top seed West Genny in sectionals
Not even a 13-5 regular-season mark could fully protect the Baldwinsville girls basketball team once the Section III Class AA playoffs got underway. The Bees were handed a no. 9 seed, and forced to go on the road to face no. 8 seed Liverpool in Thursday night’s opening round. But B’ville handled the strange situation quite well, prevailing again in this neighborhood rivalry as it defeated the Warriors 48-39.
Boys Bees fourth, girls fifth in CNYCL National standings
Each of Baldwinsville’s indoor track and teams would have modest showings in last week’s pair of CNY Counties League National division championship meets. First, in the CNYCL National boys meet Wednesday night at SRC Arena, B’ville picked up 56 points and finished fourth in the six-team field as Liverpool (135 points) edged out Fayetteville-Manlius (129 points) for first place.
Syracuse tops B'ville in 2-1 playoff marathon
Baldwinsville ice hockey goaltender Nick Harper had some amazing saves during the first 62-plus minutes of the Bees marathon Section III Division I quarterfinal against the Syracuse Cougars Thursday night at Meachem Rink. But with six and a half minutes left in the third overtime, the puck slipped off Harper’s left side after a shot, and Syracuse’s Collin Thompson had just enough space to squeeze it past him for the decisive goal, leaving B'ville on the wrong end of a 2-1 defeat.
Bees edge C-NS by one point; Paul, Sutphen, Nasoni earn wins
Perhaps competing on home mats helped the Baldwinsville wrestling team just enough to secure a third consecutive Section III Class AA championship. Unlike 2012 and 2013, when it had to go to Cicero-North Syracuse to claim the sectional title, the Bees got to serve as hosts in the refurbished Baker High School gymnasium when nine teams gathered Saturday for the 2014 edition of the AA tournament.
Wins over C-NS, F-M build up playoff momentum
True, it took a three-game win streak at the end of the regular season, but the Baldwinsville ice hockey team made it back to the .500 mark and, by doing so, gave itself a lot of momentum heading into the Section III Division I playoffs that start late this week.
Bees rebound after tough road loss at F-M
Many different parts of the Baldwinsville girls basketball team’s narrative, from a winning record to securing a Section III Class AA playoff berth early, were in the books.